Let's get a proper battlestation thread going.
Summer is so damn hot here edition.
Not a fan of the hookah being so close to your computer parts. Maybe try to find a little step stool to place it on and drill a hook onto your desk to hang the hose when you're not using it.
Dat Q701 master race. :3
R.I.P SysAdmin ;-;
Pink/White keycaps came in. Waiting for Poker 2 to ship. zzz
I agree w/ >>43113521 about the hookah, a little stool could be cool.
I dig your vertical setup, what amp is that?
I like your speakers but I feel like they don't let off enough sound. I feel like I'd get that white keyboard dirty too easily too. Looks nice though.
Looks mildly cozy, I need a high back chair.
I know I've got some cable management to do, any other suggestions?
>I like your speakers but I feel like they don't let off enough sound. I feel like I'd get that white keyboard dirty too easily too. Looks nice though.
They let out enough sound for me. Granted I rarely ever blast my music and I use them for casual stuff, nothing fancy. Thanks for the r8, m8. Ur stuff looks purdy good too. Mega jelly of record collection. I hope whenever I get a job I can start splurging on records and better audio equipment.
He's not literally dead, just metaphorically dead. If i remember correctly he moved on..
How do you like your monitors?
Reminds me of my dorm!
I really dig this and think it's a fantastic use of limited space, but why the awful keyboard?
I totally want to get a mannequin head for my headphones!
We would be friends. This is nice and clean.
T-minus a month till I move, putting off cable cleanup till I'm out.
It's pretty cool, a friend made it for $40
I also need some advice that is completely unrelated, but as you're a guitar fag, I'm hoping you can help me.
I play drums, however due to lack of space I've had to sell my kit. Because of this, I'm looking to start guitar, however I have no idea where to start when it comes to gear.
I want something mid-range, something that doesn't sound shit, but also something that isn't completely overkill. I've currently been looking between the £500-600 range, which I'd then use a Line 6 POD Studio GX to connect to my Tannoy speakers through my PC.
>tl;dr want to start guitar, looking at pic related. Opinions?
Get an Agile brand something from Rondomusic.com, then take it to a music store and play through some amps until you find one that's easy to use and sounds good. Or go to a music store and buy an acoustic guitar that plays well and looks cool to you. Avoid fender acoustics and squire / epiphone electrics.
If you buy Schecter/LTD, make sure they are made in Korea, as they're one step above chinese ones. Squiers are fine, the Vintage Modified and Classic Vibes lines are nice. The semihollow Epiphones are nice too.
Get a load of this faggot lol
I think I might move to Quebec. Gotta learn snail first, though.
love the desk
would totally live there
you must be busy allot.
I tend to get a lot of GETs it seems
same games I've played for 7 years.
Its not just for bathrooms, and the batteries have been flat for at least 6 months now.
Rate my build pls
which 21:9 monitor do you have? I've been looking at getting one myself but I might wait for the 34" ones to come down in price a little. Is that a 29" or what? For scale purposes.
>Things that Flop
>tfw haven't had hookah in a while
>also really want to save up for a custom PC build
it's like I'm looking at the best of both worlds
too fat for one chair ?
I HAVE A REQUEST! Does anyone have the battle station that looked like a vintage 80s room, some records on the left (a bit like>>43113630), a quite large square chair and a nice little rug/carpet (might have been multi colour) THANKS!
Table finish might get worn if you don't get a mousepad!
You end up getting a slab of wood for the floor?
Sorry for shitty cell phone pic
First battlestation, how can i improve?
>sell comp speakers get amp and bookshelfs (maybe powered sub dependent on preferences.)
(for amp get a LP-2020A+ it is able to have a powered sub with an adapter and powers pretty much any bookshelf speakers and if it can't it is easily mod able.)
Get a small drawer of some sort that pulls out for storage for controller and wires plus then just put a headphone stand on the drawer for your m50.
Get a bigger mousepad such as XTRAC PADS Ripper XXL Mouse Pad (they also have other companies and brands that make big mousepads.)
for your keyboard and mouse so it looks even.
>use duct tape and or zip ties to clean wires.
in japan maybe, because you have to separate cans from plastic from burnable and glass bottles
but in everywhere else you just get a big trash bag and drop everything inside
the only thing you need to separate there would be the fork he used for the chinese food, everything else is trash
and he can even leave the fork on the desk
S4 box. Don't worry it's stable.
IKEA Detolf. What did you get?
Thanks. I'll get one from artcow... What mousepad do you have? It looks like glass or plastic.
I preordered Kotobukiya's sinon fig. I think it looked fine for the price, and I figured since it's a popular series the resell value should still be there once it's out of production. Huh, the Detolf is apparently on sale, I might have to pick that up.
I don't know why I even have the second monitor, I never use it.
Don't buy a figure if you are going to resell it. That means you don't really care for that character and reselling would be a hassle. Definitely get a detolf though.
That's a great idea. I might have to copy you. Thanks!
If you don't have an old picture frame, just go to a random thrift store and pick one up. I found that there are different finishes on frame glass, so be wary of that. Mine has a texture to it.
Not sure if you see it, but I have one of those non-slip mats underneath it. If you don't already have one, just go to a dollar store.
Surely you regret spending 60 dollars on razer headphones when you could have gotten something infinitely better for the same price such as some Superlux's
With that fuckhuge case you must have a dual GPU setup? Too bad you didn't know at the time :^)
splurged on PSU and CPU for SLI in the future
>tfw forgot my build
>spending 40 dollars on a non mech keyboard
>not going for based micro atx and micro atx case
>not based seasonic
Case was $90 from newegg. Show me another case for that much with better features. What does the size of the case matter, anyway? It's not like I'm stacking shit on top of it, as long as it fits under my desk it's fine.
I regret the headphones but I've had them for a year now and they've lasted their money's worth. I'm going to replace them soon
6 3.5" bays with 2.5" mounting points
10 or something expansion slots
External Fan controller
Came with 4 fans
Easy to build in
Sturdy and heavy as shit. I don't do LANS though so whatever
Supprt for ATX, mATX and xlATX
Lots of cable management options
10/10 would buy again
Rate it please
Also, tips for cable management are welcome
I'll post again just for fun. Have countertop guys coming out to replace the black with some sort of textured finish. The Black is too hard to keep clean, (the desk is homemade.)
Love rack gear
Anyone know what these chairs are called?
Not my battle station, obviously.
New desk in the coming weeks, not sure exactly when...
>I only type about 50 wpm so mechanical isn't a big deal to me
>Space isn't an issue and I also want to SLI so micro is a waste
What's so good about Seasonic? I had one in another build but someone told me from another thread Corsairs are much better.
Eames molded plastic chair. I personally prefer the Eames "Management" chairs, doe
You can always find knockoffs online, as well.
The mouse is a Zowie FK14, keyboard is Poker II with Granite keycaps, and yes, the silver square is a trackpad. Using a floppy disk for a coaster under my glass too. Hopefully that covers what you were asking!
thanks. I don't know why I'm so obsessed with furniture at the moment. I don't even have a room, currently.
Virgin poster on this thread. T-treat me well.
things I need desperately: better monitors and keyboard
things I need: everything else.
I recently caddy-cornered all my monitors.
Added so much space on my desk
Also rocking a floppy-disk coaster (though clearly not as nice of camera).
What's with everyone uploading 50,000x50,000 images?
I'm on 2560x1440 and still can't see more than half the image.
Craft brewing is growing here in Saskatchewan. Two local breweries are about to open soon.
My go to beers are Sleeman's Honey Lager and MGD or if I want to treat myself, Guinness.
I don't want to derail this thread into beer-dom, but if you like nitrogen beers and haven't tried Kilkenny, it's downright awesome. One of our local pubs has it on tap for like $7.50 a pint, but I still sometimes splurge.
A few of my friends told me that my case has to be closed for proper airflow so I made a trip out to the garage.
I used to have my u2412m as my main and an old but high quality tn as my secondary, didn't bother me at all.
Now I have a korean qx2710 as my main and the u2412m as my secondary and it annoys the fuck out of me how disgustingly shit the dell looks next to the korean one, I didnt change it yet because I dont think I can find a 16:10 of the same size and ips/va without the disgusting AG coating.
That tiny cute terminal
A rather boring setup. Getting some new monitors soon though.
Question for all the people in this thread with nice mics on their desktops - do you use lead mics that have a lead>jack converter or are they just jack mics?
Lead and jack might be local slang come to think of it, for the record I mean lead as 6mm and jack as 3.5mm.
Is this your station?
>Memes XD LULZ
everything from the posters to the equipment on your set up is average mainstream consumer whore garbage. I guess it's normal for a impressionable teenager. Also don't treat your desk like your middle school desk.
Whoa I didn't really get you there.
Most, if not all of the condenser mics you see here use xlr connections, I suppose.
Mics rarely come with 6mm, but 3.5 is a common thing, atleast with headsets, or dynamic microphones.
Then there's mics like the snowball, which to my understanding is usb.
So >>43125055 is xlr straight to the interface. No converters or anything. As everyone knows, condenser mics require the 48V phantom power to drive them. That's what the interface is for. Duh.
No expert in this stuff, though.
Got the same desk, currently building a new one.
It's messy, but oh well.
I like the vertical screens man.