all that hooked up to a onkyo tx-sr333 home theater receiver (repaired by me)
with monoprice 108247 5.1 surround sound speakers (sound great) and two monitors. (will add a tv to the mix soon... for movies of course)
ps: will upload better pic shortly if i can get the camera working so i dont need to use my crappy cellphone
Imagine sitting at your computer. You're up in the clouds. Like, 20 stories up. High above the streets of beautiful Detroit (that's a joke, this place is a dump, never come here). In front of you is glorious 4K, from ear to ear. Everything you can see, you can actually FEEL, as the waves of beauty wash over you like the tides of the Dead Sea. Dead Sea because I'm salty AF. What more is there to say? Behold:
It's sideways, because that's cool. Get used to it, this station is now the ultimate power in the universe. I suggest you don't use it, because it smells like feet, beer, and a lot of farts.
P.S. If you're lucky you can zoom in and see my smoking hot boo. You're welcome.
Ok, Don't have a decent picture yet. But this will have to do as I'm always changing stuff. Unfortunately I've always been banished to the basement so it's cold 99% of the time. Waiting on @Sipowicz to come finish it for me. Anyway , I introduce you to my Family/Streaming setup.
CPU: Intel i5 8600k
Motherboard: GIGABYTE Z370 HD3P
Memory: 16 GB DDR4 3000mhz G.Skill Ripjaws V
Video Card: PNY GeForce GTX 1070
Hard Drive 1: 120GB Crucial SSD
Hard Drive 2: 2 TB Seagate Firecuda Hybrid SSD/HDD
Hard Drive 3: 250 GB Western Digital Blue HDD
PSU: Corsair 800W
Case: CoolerMaster Masterbox 5
Keyboard: Razer Blackwidow Chroma V2
Mouse: Razer Deathadder Chroma
Gamepad: Razer Nostromo
Headset: Kingston HyperX Cloud II
Monitors: 1x24" Samsung LCD + Various other screens
Mic: Blue Yeti Black
VR: HTC Vive with DAC and VRCover replacements
Secondary Rig(Left), Used by the kids and/or for streaming.
When it's 80+ out, it's about 60 or so in the basement. It's not bad. So I prefer summer over the cool NY winters. Yes it is the X540, although I only have the 3 speakers hooked up atm. Also for anyone that's wondering the speaker looking thing on the back of my chair is a bass shaker, adds a another dimension of immersion to games and movies. The amp on the bottom shelf is what controls the bass shakers.