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I love the tabletop. Where did you get it/is it custom made?
Oh god,such an amazing desk.Now i know what to make at winter break.Any info on wood type?
Still very clean, decent cable management. Can't wait to see the before and after.
I am really tempted to build my own desk now
That's a good start! Desk is a critical piece ;)
Doppppe what’s inside tho
Here is a picture of the inside of the desk.(https://i.imgur.com/mI3jB6v.jpg)
Did you custom make the desk or purchase it?
You can't call it focused when 70% is blurry
Terrible photo, why would you put Instagrams circular blur around this ? lol
Yes that's a 32:9 Samsung chg90 :) hope you like! When I play, then I mostly play bfv! Otherwise its solo artist music all day
Do you have any more photos? This vibe is really cool! Building a studio right now and it's hard to find that sweet spot between music / machine
This is a great IG photo, but too blurry for this sub. Either way, I love it.
I definitely think an electric kit is going to be my next big purchase
"Torbjorn, ready to work"
Cool setup! Nice work!
What art the monitors
This is such an inspirational setup for me! May i ask what monitor arm are you using?
Pink and purple are my favorite colors for your setup too
Link to wallpaper(s)? They're really pretty
What microphone are you using? Is it wireless? :o
Hey, brother or anyone. May I ask about the vertical monitor? I only have one, but eventually will need another. Link
Magenta is such a pretty color.
Can I ask why you went for an Alienware pc?
I have the same Jarvis desk for my office. On the Fully.com website (that sells the Jarvis desks) they sell cable management kits. You want the kit not the other options. The kit comes with: cable ties, adhesive clips, and a cable tray. The tray allows you to bundle up all the extra cords to hide from view.
Note. Do the cable management when your desk is at its max user height or else it will pull on the cables when it raises.
Can i add pictures to your post? Would like to show you how i did it.
I bought a 6ft, 15 outlet powerstrip and mounded it to the bottom of the desk. Helps with the power cables immensley.
I use a standing desk at work. It is setup with a surge protector mounted to the bottom the desk. Everything on top of the desk plugs into that (phone, monitors, speakers, chargers, etc). Surge protector runs to the wall outlet. Mouse and keyboard cords as well as HDMI cords run through the same cable track that the power outlets use to get to the surge protector, then are loosely bound with velcro to the leg of the desk and into the ports in the back of my PC.
I would go for a larger cable sock, and attach it to the top of the elevating desk, that way you would just have everything neatly tucked away. (Make sure you have the same cable lengths for runs that go to static outlets, so you don’t break anything when you elevate the desk.)
You have the right idea. Use cable organizer/tray underneath to hold excess cable. Mount surge protector underneath desk for monitors/speakers/switch/whatever is on the desk. Then you should only have a couple cables total coming from the desk. And if you buy them long enough, can actually route them down the back of the leg so that they sort of stay behind it
One thing I did was took a gutter (yea the thing that moves water off your roof) and tacked it into the wall or velcro either works and just leave all the cables lose and let them flow freely as for under the desk I velcrowed on a j joint and just laid the extra wires in there with the gutter you want it to be just slightly above the lowest point you take your desk this way the cords dont get caught on the way down when you move to a sitting position it cleaned decently easily and wasn't too much an eye sore as cables going everywhere hope this give you ideas best of luck (no unfortunately I dont have pictures)
Me i cut a tube 1m long a few time and screw it on the back side of the desk. This way all the cable that are near the desktop dont move. Then i gave them long enough wire to remain plugged even if i raised the desk. Then using another tube made them all gather before the pc meeting point. Using 1-4 very small tirerap to hold them together neatly.right now you see 0 loose cable even under the desk.
Elevated desks are difficult when it comes to cable management. I gave up on trying to tuck or hide or buy cables long enough... I found a sarong with a cool design that I liked, used thumb tacks to attach it to the under side of the desk near the back, and now all my cables are hidden! Using cloth as a backdrop allows for it to crumple into a pile when you are sitting at the desk, and then while the desk is raised, it hangs free. Using something rigid like a board wouldn't do that, and that would just look tacky...
Great question! I'm curious to see the answers that pop up. My IKEA standing desk has a mesh net organizer built into the underside, so I have everything on my desk powered by a power strip there, so just the one wire from that to the nearby outlet and with enough slack at standing height. I also have sticky cable ties under the desk routing all of the remaining wires to the edge of the desk, so there is a single bundle of wires going behind a cabinet and connecting up to the PC. I have the power cable from the PC back to the under-desk power strip traveling along that same bundle and all of those wires have enough slack for standing or sitting.
U shud get a more compact keyboard to save more space I would recommend the Ducky one 2 mini 60%
what monitors and monitor stands are you using?
Looks nice! Which desk is that?
Somebody could use a new desk :-) rest is nice!
What kind of lights did you use behind that desk? Looks nice!
Next improvement: speakers?
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