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  • 58
    Hahahaha holy fuck
  • 34
    Holy fuck
  • 38
    Jesus Christ that's Jason Bourne lol

    But seriously.... Holy shit
  • 63
    Wow, this is epic.
  • 20
    Now do this with 34 inch widescreens 🤔🤔
  • 43
    What the fking fuck is that. I wanna die on that chair
  • 13
    @omigator I lol’ed
  • 8
    Nani the fuck!
    Looks epic Tbh
  • 16
    Why would someone needs 6 screens ?
  • 16
    Or, go big AT home
  • 7
  • 20
    You don't ever have to switch tabs
  • 3
    @Mba3gar 10K gaming experience. That’s why.
  • 22
    Awesome! I have something a little similar, only arranged differently. Jealous of yours regardless!
  • 9
    @omigator I wanna do stuff on that chair except dying. (¬ω¬)
  • 13
    This is also a perfect setup for watching hentai movies.

    Trust me.
  • 14
    @sergiolarosa89 Yeah, those tentacles would fill a the 6 monitors
  • 26
    lmao that mirror under the bottom left monitor for real time intruder alert :p
  • 17
    Rip your neck.
  • 6
    Lock and ready. Launch in 10.. 9.. 8..
  • 6
    @shaki Holy shit that's pure genius. I'll go buy a mirror today.
  • 6
    Are you a streamer? The mic and the rest of the setup is ideal for streamers. Although I dont see a webcam.
  • 6
    Fuck you... Pure hardware porn.
    What do you do with it?
  • 8
    @Mba3gar You use 6 monitors so you never need alt tab again. Messaging, IDE, planning tool, consoles, database client, browser.
  • 7
    This is how I always wanted my setup to be. Looks great. Now for extra efficiency use a tiling wm.

    May I ask about the specs? What resolution are those monitors?
  • 12
    @xzvf 640x480
  • 6
    How long have you had that chair? I have gone through two of the exact same chairs. The welds on the back part of the frame break clean off if you spend too much time leaning back, which I do.

    Also, yes, very nice setup indeed.
  • 5
    A guy from my university has a similar setup in his fucking dorm room
  • 9
    I'm coming home

    I'm coming home

    tell the World I'm coming home

    Let the rain wash away all the pain of yesterday
  • 6
    one thing i worry about such setups..is the table able to hold the mount? i have three screens and the weight/strain on the table isnt exactly zero. I see it has multiply feet but still Oo
  • 4
    *heavy breathing
  • 8
    "Welcome to Mission control"
  • 4
    Holy mother of God 😍 That's an epic setup
  • 7
    My office has a 12 monitor setup for the data center, I would hate to have it at home lol.
  • 2
    I'd do ANYTHING for that rig
  • 4
    Nice! But poor neck=|
  • 5
    Are you batman?😮
  • 5
    This guy is living life in 6D
  • 3
    This is obscene.
  • 7
    When I was your age we had to use Alt-Tab to see our other windows...
  • 1
    Why ?
  • 8
    Hi everybody, lots to reply to, here goes:

    @Codex404: I dabble with streaming, but nothing regular yet, I do have plans to change that. I got the Blue Yeti mic and the shock mount/arm because I was tired of all my headsets breaking.

    @xzvf: I'll list the specs below

    @CodeMonkeyG: I've had this chair for about 18 months. So far I haven't had any issues with it other than the arm rests. I took those off because they bothered me. Oh, and I bought an extra seat cushion because it could be a little better there. I do recline in it with the foot/leg rest out when I'm on longer calls.

    @shaki & @kenogo: The mirror is awesome, every desk should have one imo.

    @BurnoutDV: I've had the desk (very solid & heavy) for about 3 years. I only recently upgraded to 6 monitors from three. I have the PC Tower on another desk, never noticed an issue with the weight.

    Continuing in next comment:
  • 10
    "Neck problems?"

    There was a small adjustment period getting used to it, but I have a foot rest combined with a chair that reclines back with a pillow to support my neck/head, so I don't suffer from neck strain. With the top 3 monitors angled down face me, it's effortless to use them.

    "Why?"

    All I can say in response to "why" is that you have to try it. I can't really do justice in attempts to describe just how nice it is to use. I work on lots of different micro-services on a distributed application, so at any given time I have multiple IDE windows open. Each IDE typically takes up 2 monitors, so with one view I can work on three at a time. With virtual desktops, even more. Or have different monitors dedicated to different things. My productivity has definitely increased since making the jump from 3 to 6. It's so nice to use, really. I basically live at this desk so I'm going to enjoy it and it's going to be comfortable.
  • 12
    Specs:

    Top 3 monitor mounts:

    https://amazon.com/gp/product/...

    Bottom 3 monitor mounts:

    https://amazon.com/gp/product/...

    Bottom 3 monitors:

    https://amazon.com/gp/product/...

    (Top 3 monitors are the old ones I had with my original 2, then 3 monitor setup).

    Keyboard:

    https://amazon.com/gp/product/...

    Mouse:

    https://amazon.com/gp/product/...

    Mousepad:

    https://amazon.com/gp/product/...

    Desk is Updesk UpWrite Midnight:

    https://updesk.com/products/...

    Foot rest:

    https://amazon.com/gp/product/...

    Mic:

    https://amazon.com/gp/product/...

    https://amazon.com/gp/product/...

    https://amazon.com/gp/product/...

    https://amazon.com/gp/product/...

    Headphones:

    YESEAR Bluetooth Headphones w/ noise cancelling (link isn't working for it on Amazon, but they are fantastic).

    Mirror:

    https://amazon.com/gp/product/...
  • 4
    @duckWit Thanks!
  • 4
    Really nice setup men
  • 6
    What system/hardware specs are you running by the way?
  • 5
    @linuxxx been running the hardware for a while: CPU is i7-4820K @ 3.70ghz, ram is 24gb DDR3. Also running 2 Nvidia 1070 cards with SLI. System is Windows 10.
  • 5
    @duckWit Damn. Gotta find me a video card which supports more than 2 screens and works on Linux 😬
  • 5
    @linuxxx I would really love to dive into Linux but 1) I never have and 2) I am apprehensive because of possible involved effort to get it to work with my setup.
  • 5
    @duckWit Oh no I never told you you had to haha. It's basically my work (Linux server engineer + customer support) and for security reasons I don't use windows either (neither Mac though).

    But your setup looks awesome! Gotta find me some 'tall' screen stands :/
  • 5
    @linuxxx yup, just making conversation. No idea what it would take to get all this working on Linux, haha.
  • 4
    @linuxxx Good news: AMDs cards are very well supported, look into the Vega series.
    Also, noVideo's Linux drivers have become less shit nowadays. I use a QUADRO K1100M in my laptop on arch with the proprietary driver, and it actually works quite well.
    Same for my desktop 4 screens on a gtx 970 on manjaro(gotta reinstall that, when I get home)
  • 4
    @duckWit I've got a six (over three computed things) monitor setup myself but just not all connected to the same device :)
  • 4
    @linuxxx still counts!
  • 4
    @duckWit Yeah but I wish I had it as beautiful as you do :/
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  • 3
    I’ve avoided Eve Online because I know I would lose myself forever in that universe. But it would be a whole lot harder to resist its siren song if I had this setup.
  • 2
    SLI Software Dev Setup? Or do you have a Quadro?
  • 4
    That symmetry triggers my Monk. How and why the fuck aren't they aligned properly? :D
  • 2
    WTF, this is soooooooo awesome 😍
  • 1
    @K1ngjulien no Quadro, two GTX 1070 cards.
  • 3
    @Mba3gar to whatch porn from diferents angles
  • 2
    Speechless
  • 2
    Went all hackerman with this
  • 2
    this is god tier. all hail.
  • 4
    holy schnitzel!
  • 3
    Jeez bro! Are you running the stock market?
  • 4
    but can it run TurboTax 2012?
  • 2
    Like a baws
  • 3
    That moment when you have to use 2 GPUs, not to get more FPS in games but to connect all your monitors 😂
  • 2
    Oh man! This is so fucking coooool !!!
  • 2
    You have my dream coding station. Hats off to you!
  • 1
    What are the little postcards in the background?
  • 1
    @SSDD pictures of family.
  • 1
    Output screen is on roof.
  • 1
    How much For the chair ?
  • 3
    Man you should rent your space. Like AirBnb but for coders and for working. Haha
  • 3
    I love the mirror to watch your back. I’ve been using a framed poster. It really helps to watch your back especially when the headphones are in.
  • 2
    Go big and home?
  • 2
    2 monitors more than me. Damn I need to step up my game.
  • 1
    I must wonder; how much is too much?
  • 1
    @Kristiyan it varies from person to person ;).
  • 2
    Oh my sweet jesus mother of mary son of joseph king of bethlehem god.

    Is this what heaven looks like?
  • 2
    Sorry about your dick. ;)
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  • 1
    Are those chairs good or just cool?
  • 2
    @organic-ai works well for me. I can adjust the positions of both the back support and head rest, which I like. I mentioned up above that I did have to buy one of those silicone seat cushions for it. Overall, I'm happy with it.
  • 1
    Yikes. Bad bot! Bad!
  • 2
    SO MUCH CODE.

    SO MUCH IDE.
  • 2
    Omg I need a setup that epic :O
  • 2
    *quake voice* IMPRESSIVE...
  • 1
    @Intronout that brings back lots of memories.
  • 2
    666, 6
  • 1
    This year's upgrade: 4k 144Hz monitors to replace them all.
  • 1
    @duckWit What display stands are you using? I'm looking for one too (although just for two displays) and I want them to be able to mount side by side and one on top of the other.
  • 0
    @kamen further up in the comments I list all the parts. All of my stands hold just one monitor. I did it this way because stands that hold more than one are limiting in what you can do, such as restricting the size and positioning of each monitor. Stands that only hold one offer the most flexibility.
  • 0
    @duckWit Thanks. I wouldn't stand the clutter of each monitor having its own stand, so I'd probably go with a dual. If you don't mind me asking, what is it that you do that requires six displays and how do you not lose focus?
  • 0
    @kamen all the stands mount to the outside edge of the desk, so as far as potential clutter goes I still have full use of the desk surface itself.

    I'm a co-founder of my company and as such right now we have a small team which means everyone wears many hats. The design of our architecture is micro-services, and then we piece together different combinations of those services for each app that we offer. Some days I'm working simultaneously on 4+ different services. It's nice having this many monitors because I can be working on them or even just looking at them at the same time. I work heavily with Visual Studio, and I set each IDE instance to use each vertical pair of monitors. I also utilize Windows 10's virtual desktops feature to switch between more.

    As far as distractions go, I can deeply focus on what I'm doing almost to a fault depending on who you ask.
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