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I have that same desk, just took the top shelf off it as well LOL. Well, one of my desks is like that.
    
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Images are bad, my handycam is better at recording videos hehe

Samsung 21.5" 1920x1080 monitor on left, 19" Samsung HDTV 1360x768 on right



    
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lol
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Heya,

I recently setup a 4th display since it was just laying around and added it to my tri-display setup. 23" 1080p, 37" 1080p, 23" 1080p, and added a little 22" to the mix. This is my gaming/HTPC/workstation. I just do everything here. It's my little `pod' so to speak in the den.

Between the first three displays, (23", 37", 23") it's nearly 7 feet across. With my 22" added, it's nearly 9 foot across. It fills my view, even though the image makes it all look so tiny next to the TV that makes the monitors look smaller. I really like seeing tons of stuff though. No alt-tabbing for me.







Display 1: Media Center showing whatever channel (usually news/sports/weather) that I'm yanking over the air in HD from my antenna--I don't pay for service, I just watch the free HD stuff out there, there's plenty. This serves as one of my monitors when I tri-display game otherwise.

Display 2: My primary, the 37" 1080p. Whatever I'm actively working on goes there. Be it a movie, website, working in photoshop or playing a game that only works on a single display (old school games). It serves as the center display when I tri-display game.

Display 3: I have a USB cam feeding into a monitor here, I like to see what's going on outside, the weather, who's at my front door, etc. It takes an image when movement happens. Fun to see who came by day to day. Beneath is Foobar2000. To the right, Facebook. This monitor serves as my 3rd display when I go tri-display gaming.

Display 4: I keep my uTorrent downloads, Firefox downloads, my personal Forum website and my Gmail active on this display for constant monitoring.

All from a single computer, using Windows 7 x64.

After some good cable management, I'll make better photos. Just threw all this together for active duty between my busy schedule.

Very best,
Edited by MalVeauX - 10/16/09 at 11:55am
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My new setup for my "Fatal" Build: 1x 32" HD LED TV, 5X 17" 1280x1024 Gateway monitors(for the 4:3 ratio I love! devil.gif

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I'd love to see everyone's dual, triple, quad (
) monitor setups here.


Keep the pics small, please



Here's my own:








a koenigesgg agera, a bugatti veyron, and an audi r8 i believe? all great cars. anyway, here's my current setup:


i eventually plan on picking up two more acer s232hl's and ditching the hanns-g monitor and then doing some nvidia surround. smile.gif

and yes, i do need to dust that room.
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My cluttered Unity3D / iPad Game Development station. I think that Media Versa Table purchase was one of my best purchases years ago. The one PC on the left is being built for a friend...from Parts I have lying around and the extra T600 Case....if I ever get to it.

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My new setup for my "Fatal" Build: 1x 32" HD LED TV, 5X 17" 1280x1024 Gateway monitors(for the 4:3 ratio I love! devil.gif


That's just Nasty!! in a good way biggrin.gif
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May I ask what UI is that on the right hand monitor. Very nice setup.
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Holy crap, good sized bump for a good thread, continue. thumb.gif
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