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Show us your gaming setup: 2022 Edition

zephiross

Member
Here’s the new gaming room ! It’s not quite where I want it to be but it’s getting there. It might be missing a rug and a small plant what do you think ?









From this point of view (taken from a very comfortable sofa) you can admire my LG C9 which is hooked to my PS5 and PC :



(Can’t wait)
 

Banjo64

Gold Member
Moved house in January, so money is a bit tight. The desk is in the bedroom now.

Moved the PS5de to the bedroom TV.

Added a Switch OLED 2 days ago, as I thought it would be nice to be able to play on the desk or in bed.

On a camping chair at present, going to buy an IKEA Markus soon.




 
Still waiting on my friend downstairs to move out. In the meantime I made some changes with the current setup in case it takes him another couple years :messenger_grinning_sweat:

I bought a new desk after over 15 years with the old corner unit. It was a fine desk but it took up a lot of space and partially blocked the door heading out to the back yard. I replaced it with a simple steel framed desk. It's a huge improvement as the old desk sat too low, was a pain to clean behind, had little leg room and wasted a lot of space. I also bought a second identical desk to put in the space beside it where I used to keep a TV stand full of odds and ends. It's now where I work on model kits. This freed up a ton of space in the room as I used to build models on a table behind my desk.

Early 2000s


Before:



After:

I didn't actually plan this, but the PC fits under the desk with about a millimeter to spare. I put casters on the case so I could roll it out for cleaning and maintenance and assumed I would have to switch back to the original feet but it rolls out just fine. Being eternally cheap I repurposed parts of the old desk which doesn't look terrible. Eventually I'll phase those remaining parts out with properly fitting file cabinets. I keep my Switch over here and my Elite controllers which I use on the PC. I might ditch the small triple shelves since nothing really fits in them well to make room for a second panel. I'll also likely ditch the old Samsung BR player I use as a sound system for the PC in favor of something much simpler. It's always a work in progress.


The other desk is for my other hobby. With this setup I actually have more work space, more storage and room for another row of file racks which will be nice when I work on bigger kits. The desks are deep enough that I was able to store my entire kit backlog under the desk and still have leg room which freed up even more space elsewhere. The airbrush cart is now where my water cooler used to be which is handy since I paint outside on the deck when it's not -40C out. My model collection takes up another entire room.


My PC is identical to last year as I haven't had any reason to upgrade anything on it. 2080ti/10600K with lots of storage. It's a giant TT tower on casters with a basement compartment for the PSU and drive racks. It runs 4 200mm fans, 4 140mm fans and an externally mounted radiator for the GPU.


Other room:

Not much changed here, I mostly just rearranged things on my shelves for now and am still populating them. Almost every cool thing in this shot actually belongs to my brother and anything cool he doesn't own are things I got from him. He has a very comprehensive collection of Nintendo games stored in a different room.






From top left the Analogue Mega SG w/ Mega SD, Analogue NT Mini V2 (he also has a V1), HDMI modded N64 w/ Everdrive, Analogue SuperNT w/FXPak Pro, Sega Saturn (will be modded soon), Xbone, HDMI/MODE modded Dreamcast, PS3, WiiU. He also has a pretty mint Playstation in the box which will also be getting mods soon. These consoles all have every possible ROM installed on them. His physical game collection is pretty all-encompassing but it's so much easier to select any SNES game ever released (and some never released) from a list. We've recently been tearing through just about every co-op game on the 16-bit consoles.
 
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AdamK47

Neo Member
Avari height adjustable desk
77" LG G1 display
Steelcase Gesture full leather chair with headrest
Full Klipsch Reference Premier Speakers with Martin Logan Subs
- Denon AVR-X3500H receiver
- 2x RP-8000F front
- 2X RP-6000F rear
- 2X RP-500SA Atmos
- 1X RP-504C center
- 2X Dynamo 800X subs

Current System Specs:
- Intel Core i9 12900K
- Gigabyte Aorus Z690 Master
- 32GB G.SKILL Trident Z5 RGB DDR5 6000
- MSI GeForce RTX 3090 Gaming X Trio
- 1TB Sabrent Rocket 4.0 NVMe SSD
- Two 8TB Sabrent Rocket Q NVMe SSDs in 16TB RAID-0
- Corsair Crystal 465X case
- NZXT Kraken X73 cooler
- Corsair ML & QL fans
- Corsair AX1600i power supply
- EVGA NU Audio sound card
- Razer Blackwidow V3 Pro keyboard
- Logitech G Pro Wireless mouse
- Astro A50 gen4 headset






 

jonnyXx

Member
Avari height adjustable desk
77" LG G1 display
Steelcase Gesture full leather chair with headrest
Full Klipsch Reference Premier Speakers with Martin Logan Subs
- Denon AVR-X3500H receiver
- 2x RP-8000F front
- 2X RP-6000F rear
- 2X RP-500SA Atmos
- 1X RP-504C center
- 2X Dynamo 800X subs

Current System Specs:
- Intel Core i9 12900K
- Gigabyte Aorus Z690 Master
- 32GB G.SKILL Trident Z5 RGB DDR5 6000
- MSI GeForce RTX 3090 Gaming X Trio
- 1TB Sabrent Rocket 4.0 NVMe SSD
- Two 8TB Sabrent Rocket Q NVMe SSDs in 16TB RAID-0
- Corsair Crystal 465X case
- NZXT Kraken X73 cooler
- Corsair ML & QL fans
- Corsair AX1600i power supply
- EVGA NU Audio sound card
- Razer Blackwidow V3 Pro keyboard
- Logitech G Pro Wireless mouse
- Astro A50 gen4 headset





 

OverHeat

Membre Exceptionnel
Avari height adjustable desk
77" LG G1 display
Steelcase Gesture full leather chair with headrest
Full Klipsch Reference Premier Speakers with Martin Logan Subs
- Denon AVR-X3500H receiver
- 2x RP-8000F front
- 2X RP-6000F rear
- 2X RP-500SA Atmos
- 1X RP-504C center
- 2X Dynamo 800X subs

Current System Specs:
- Intel Core i9 12900K
- Gigabyte Aorus Z690 Master
- 32GB G.SKILL Trident Z5 RGB DDR5 6000
- MSI GeForce RTX 3090 Gaming X Trio
- 1TB Sabrent Rocket 4.0 NVMe SSD
- Two 8TB Sabrent Rocket Q NVMe SSDs in 16TB RAID-0
- Corsair Crystal 465X case
- NZXT Kraken X73 cooler
- Corsair ML & QL fans
- Corsair AX1600i power supply
- EVGA NU Audio sound card
- Razer Blackwidow V3 Pro keyboard
- Logitech G Pro Wireless mouse
- Astro A50 gen4 headset






You got the best setup here!!! Congratulations
 
Avari height adjustable desk
77" LG G1 display
Steelcase Gesture full leather chair with headrest
Full Klipsch Reference Premier Speakers with Martin Logan Subs
- Denon AVR-X3500H receiver
- 2x RP-8000F front
- 2X RP-6000F rear
- 2X RP-500SA Atmos
- 1X RP-504C center
- 2X Dynamo 800X subs

Current System Specs:
- Intel Core i9 12900K
- Gigabyte Aorus Z690 Master
- 32GB G.SKILL Trident Z5 RGB DDR5 6000
- MSI GeForce RTX 3090 Gaming X Trio
- 1TB Sabrent Rocket 4.0 NVMe SSD
- Two 8TB Sabrent Rocket Q NVMe SSDs in 16TB RAID-0
- Corsair Crystal 465X case
- NZXT Kraken X73 cooler
- Corsair ML & QL fans
- Corsair AX1600i power supply
- EVGA NU Audio sound card
- Razer Blackwidow V3 Pro keyboard
- Logitech G Pro Wireless mouse
- Astro A50 gen4 headset







This is what kids imagine their office will look like if they become professional game reviewers.
 

Rickyiez

Member
Windows desktop is a pretty good indicator on the overall setup

Anyway here's mine , anyone has a better idea on how to fit a LG C1 48" Oled here ?



I wanted to keep my ultrawide for work and FPS competitive games , but would prefer not to mount the TV above it .
 
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Ev1L AuRoN

Member
No upgrades to speak of in the last year, same old. With the prices and the War and the gasoline, I'm lucky I get to keep my PC, some friends had to sell their machines to keep up with the bills.
 

Sega Orphan

Banned
I'm pretty boring.
65" Sony 4k TV.
Marantz 7.1 surround sound system. Yamaha speakers.
Xbox Series X.
Nice leather recliner for a chair.
 

Zeroing

Gold Member
Avari height adjustable desk
77" LG G1 display
Steelcase Gesture full leather chair with headrest
Full Klipsch Reference Premier Speakers with Martin Logan Subs
- Denon AVR-X3500H receiver
- 2x RP-8000F front
- 2X RP-6000F rear
- 2X RP-500SA Atmos
- 1X RP-504C center
- 2X Dynamo 800X subs

Current System Specs:
- Intel Core i9 12900K
- Gigabyte Aorus Z690 Master
- 32GB G.SKILL Trident Z5 RGB DDR5 6000
- MSI GeForce RTX 3090 Gaming X Trio
- 1TB Sabrent Rocket 4.0 NVMe SSD
- Two 8TB Sabrent Rocket Q NVMe SSDs in 16TB RAID-0
- Corsair Crystal 465X case
- NZXT Kraken X73 cooler
- Corsair ML & QL fans
- Corsair AX1600i power supply
- EVGA NU Audio sound card
- Razer Blackwidow V3 Pro keyboard
- Logitech G Pro Wireless mouse
- Astro A50 gen4 headset






Great set-up. I think the screen should be higher, if you do not have neck pain then ignore my post.
 

Hayabusa83

Member
Still waiting on my friend downstairs to move out. In the meantime I made some changes with the current setup in case it takes him another couple years :messenger_grinning_sweat:

I bought a new desk after over 15 years with the old corner unit. It was a fine desk but it took up a lot of space and partially blocked the door heading out to the back yard. I replaced it with a simple steel framed desk. It's a huge improvement as the old desk sat too low, was a pain to clean behind, had little leg room and wasted a lot of space. I also bought a second identical desk to put in the space beside it where I used to keep a TV stand full of odds and ends. It's now where I work on model kits. This freed up a ton of space in the room as I used to build models on a table behind my desk.

Before:



After:

I didn't actually plan this, but the PC fits under the desk with about a millimeter to spare. I put casters on the case so I could roll it out for cleaning and maintenance and assumed I would have to switch back to the original feet but it rolls out just fine. Being eternally cheap I repurposed parts of the old desk which doesn't look terrible. Eventually I'll phase those remaining parts out with properly fitting file cabinets. I keep my Switch over here and my Elite controllers which I use on the PC. I might ditch the small triple shelves since nothing really fits in them well to make room for a second panel. I'll also likely ditch the old Samsung BR player I use as a sound system for the PC in favor of something much simpler. It's always a work in progress.


The other desk is for my other hobby. With this setup I actually have more work space, more storage and room for another row of file racks which will be nice when I work on bigger kits. The desks are deep enough that I was able to store my entire kit backlog under the desk and still have leg room which freed up even more space elsewhere. The airbrush cart is now where my water cooler used to be which is handy since I paint outside on the deck when it's not -40C out. My model collection takes up another entire room.


My PC is identical to last year as I haven't had any reason to upgrade anything on it. 2080ti/10600K with lots of storage. It's a giant TT tower on casters with a basement compartment for the PSU and drive racks. It runs 4 200mm fans, 4 140mm fans and an externally mounted radiator for the GPU.


Other room:

Not much changed here, I mostly just rearranged things on my shelves for now and am still populating them. Almost every cool thing in this shot actually belongs to my brother and anything cool he doesn't own are things I got from him. He has a very comprehensive collection of Nintendo games stored in a different room.






From top left the Analogue Mega SG w/ Mega SD, Analogue NT Mini V2 (he also has a V1), HDMI modded N64 w/ Everdrive, Analogue SuperNT w/FXPak Pro, Sega Saturn (will be modded soon), Xbone, HDMI/MODE modded Dreamcast, PS3, WiiU. He also has a pretty mint Playstation in the box which will also be getting mods soon. These consoles all have every possible ROM installed on them. His physical game collection is pretty all-encompassing but it's so much easier to select any SNES game ever released (and some never released) from a list. We've recently been tearing through just about every co-op game on the 16-bit consoles.
My man! Love that Retro Fighter's N64 controller!
 
Not game setup but work place

Update with one more pc
i9 , 12 gen
Rtx 3080
64 ram
Ssd 4 tb

Old one still use for browsing
I5
Gtx 1060
64 ram
Ssd 6tb

And two design monitors (27 inch 4K, hdr). Little expensive but very good.

Btw I have 0 installed games on either machines.

 
edit ; tried to upload my game room but keep giving me error

Oh looks like one pic ok.
So very simple no cables.
Oled 65, play 5, sonos arc + sonos sub + 2x ones sl.
And that immersion light


 
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DGrayson

Mod Team and Bat Team
Staff Member
I went through all the desktop icons and am very disappointed to report I didn't find anything pornographic :messenger_pensive:

Reminds me of once an a forum a long time ago I remember some guy saying he kept his porn in a Nickleback folder in his music folder.
 

64bitmodels

Member

My jank ass PC setup. I'm a very messy dude (i built this a few days ago.)
BTW those component cables you see are for the PS2 i have
 
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