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Old 28-07-17, 07:16 PM
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Words cannot describe how much I am geeking out right now!

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Old 30-07-17, 12:31 AM
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Love them. They look great. God, I could really show off my Fallout collection with shelves like that !
Thanks, I'm pretty happy with them.

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Really like those Star Wars Lego models Blah at first glance on the first pics I thought they were plastic model kits they didn't look like Lego till the closer pics but the detail in them is awesome
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Received an Oculus Rift for Christmas, and while it's a great kit, there are cables everywhere. In an effort to clean things up a bit I found a 3D printed breakout box:

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2501842/#collections

Here's some shots of it fresh off the printer, with the supports, then finally cleaned up and installed. It has holes for mounting with screws, but because I used Ikea hollow table tops, I had to attach it with double sided tape.







Supports knocked out:






The HDMI repeater that goes in the box. I'm not really sure it's needed, but it was cheap and the box is sized for it.



Finally, mounted to the underside of the desk. The cables run into the wall and out above the desk top to the back of the PC.



A couple new editions to the setup....







New monitor above is the Acer Predator z35p. I decided to mount my old 27" IPS screen above it and I love this setup. It works great for watching Youtube or Netflix while gaming or browsing the web or even while I work.
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New monitor above is the Acer Predator z35p. I decided to mount my old 27" IPS screen above it and I love this setup. It works great for watching Youtube or Netflix while gaming or browsing the web or even while I work.
This is exactly the same monitor as mine and the way I have it setup. Not only is it very functional, but also looks very slick in my opinion
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This is exactly the same monitor as mine and the way I have it setup. Not only is it very functional, but also looks very slick in my opinion
At first I wasn't sure I would like it. Seemed the top screen was too high up to be of any use. After using it though, I love it. Can't really tell in the pic, but the top screen is slightly behind the bottom screen and down, plus tilted down.
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