Simple Dual Monitor Stand!


Introduction: Simple Dual Monitor Stand!

About: My name is Hiyadudez. I make stuff. "The greatest barrier to success is the fear of failure."

This is basically what the title says. Its a stand that I created to support my dual 22" monitors and keep them raised off my desk. My main reason for creating this stand was because I do a lot of drawing and designing and my desk is the place I like to do it at, however my desk isnt very deep so I wanted to make something so my keyboard, mouse and xBox can basically 'hide away'.

When my screens are put horizontal to each other, they measure 110cm long, and my speakers were 10cm each, therefore I made my stand 125cm long, to allow the screens to be put side by side, while allowing enough room for my speakers to sit nicely on either side. The wood used was recycled from an old cupboard door (chipboard) so I put and extra leg in the middle for support as it wasnt the strongest material. The height, about 4", was determined so I could put my xbox beneath it while still giving it a good flow of air the reduce the overheating problems.



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    Nice, that's the same setup I have but with the tv on the left XD

    Nice modded controller

    500gb harddrive, 4gb RAM, AMD Athlon II X2 260 processor 3.20ghz.

    Its nothing special at all, had it for years now. I'm going to upgrade it soon by quite a bit, but for now I dont see a reason to as it fulfils my gaming needs and such.

    I used to have a AMD 2.8GHZ Quad core, 10 gigs of ram, a 1Tb caviar black drive, a 320 gig Seagate backup drive, Asus M4A79XTD ECO Motherboard, and a gigabyte 6870 OC edition all in an Antec 300 case with an 750 watt non modular ASUS PSU.

    Now I run an Intel 3770K,16 gigs of ram, a 2tb Seagate Barracuda drive, same 1tb caviar black drive for back up, an Asus Sabertooth Z77 motherboard, a Sapphire Radeon 7970 Vapor-X 3gig edition, a NXZT Tempest 140 CPU cooler, all packaged in a matt black NXZT Phantom 630 case with the same 750 watt ASUS PSU.
    New build is much quieter than the old build that had all its fans installed. Hard drive is louder most of the time now.

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