Post your gaming setup: 2020 Edition

tabris

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Oct 27, 2017
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Welcome to the annual Post Your Gaming Setup thread. A tradition started over 10 years ago - from one legacy forum to the next. Post your gaming setups, living rooms, game collections, office setups, PC setups, furniture choices, any other home designs, and portable setups. This thread can be used for anything you want to post related to where you game or where you live. It's essentially ResetEra Cribs edition. Brag and compliment - no negative statements around someone's setup unless they are asking for critical feedback.

Here is my setup as of Jan 2020. A quick note, the reflection is easily removed when I click the button to bring down the blinds. I took the first 3 photos using the new wide angle option on my iPhone so some aspects may look a bit stretched.






 

Dylan

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Oct 28, 2017
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Hey OP, currently strapped for cash. Anything you could spare would help. Thanks.
 

Athrum

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Oct 18, 2019
257
That apartment looks like it costs a small fortune. Nice flex op, looks really cool.
 
Oct 27, 2017
825
Mine is on the complete opposite end of the spectrum from tabris but I'll post anyway. I live with a roommate and our house isn't big so all of our stuff is consolidated to our rooms outside of a living room television with a Apple TV.




Ignore my cable management, I just moved the desk to an opposite corner of my room and haven't gotten around to getting it done yet.

I got into minimalism a few years ago after dealing with depression and anxiety really badly. I had probably 10 times as much stuff; hundreds of physical games, tons of art books and manga, every system back to my PS1, multiple monitors, a big desk, a computer way more powerful then I needed, separate M/KB for gaming/browsing, and a big tv (err big for me 55"). The money I used to spend on unnecessary things (for me), I now spend on experiences. I just got back from Hong Kong right before Christmas, and I'm going to Japan for two weeks in April. I did keep some things that were my favorites (I love Junji Ito, and Persona/Catherine).

PC is a 9400F/1660 which is plenty since I really only play PUBG, and visual novels.

For anybody wondering what the poster sitting under my monitor is. I recently spent a week in Hong Kong and was on Hennessey Road when a 800,000 person march happened. That poster was being given away by The Democratic Party of HK. I need to get it framed.
 

eso76

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Dec 8, 2017
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Man, that must be a real nightmare playing with all the reflections. Would definitely consider moving.

(Kidding, amazing place)
 

NarohDethan

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Oct 27, 2017
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Mine is on the complete opposite end of the spectrum from tabris but I'll post anyway. I live with a roommate and our house isn't big so all of our stuff is consolidated to our rooms outside of a living room television with a Apple TV.




Ignore my cable management, I just moved the desk to an opposite corner of my room and haven't gotten around to getting it done yet.

I got into minimalism a few years ago after dealing with depression and anxiety really badly. I had probably 10 times as much stuff; hundreds of physical games, tons of art books and manga, every system back to my PS1, multiple monitors, a big desk, a computer way more powerful then I needed, separate M/KB for gaming/browsing, and a big tv (err big for me 55"). The money I used to spend on unnecessary things (for me), I now spend on experiences. I just got back from Hong Kong right before Christmas, and I'm going to Japan for two weeks in April. I did keep some things that were my favorites (I love Junji Ito, and Persona/Catherine).

PC is a 9400F/1660 which is plenty since I really only play PUBG, and visual novels.

For anybody wondering what the poster sitting under my monitor is. I recently spent a week in Hong Kong and was on Hennessey Road when a 800,000 person march happened. That poster was being given away by The Democratic Party of HK. I need to get it framed.
I really like your setup!
 

Chrno

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Oct 25, 2017
1,847
nice setup tabris!

although I'll never understand why you outfit it with cheap ikea furniture :p

inc ikea room setup from me later
 

BasilZero

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Oct 25, 2017
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Omni
Nothing fancy - just plain and simple, like the way I want

Dont mind the wires and stuff, need to clean up lol

My media room/entertainment room sofa set




My main set up for all my gaming needs

TV: Sony x900f - 75'' 4K HDR
Gaming Desktop: Ryzen 5 3600, RX 580 8GB, 16 GB RAM, 2 TB HDD, 240 GB SSD
Gaming Laptop (used to play older games): i7 dual core, Nvidia GeForce 745m 2GB, 8 GB RAM, 1 TB HDD
Playstation 4
Playstation 3 (Hidden in the table)
WiiU (Hidden in the table)
Dualshock 3 (for PS3)
Dualshock 4 Black (for PS4)
Dualshock 4 Gold (for PC gaming)
WiiU Pro Controller (for WiiU hidden in table)
PS3, PS4, WiiU games all hidden in table





Oh and in before tiny door posts ;p


Edit:

Outside my media room

TV: Sony Bravia KDL-32BX420 32''
Monitor: HP 23''
Previous Gaming Desktop (now used to stream stuff while I workout/render videos): AMD Radeon 7850 2GB, AMD Athlon X2 630, 6 GB RAM, 1 TB HDD
Another Desktop used for the TV
Playstation 2 (Hidden in table under cover)
Wii (Hidden in table under cover)
Roku TV Box (on top of the desktop on the left)
Netgear Router
Playstation 2 Games, Wii Games, PSP games, PS1 games, etc in drawers

 
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i-Lo

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Oct 31, 2017
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Not America
Tabris is about separating the lords from the serfs :P

Also, that looks like Vancouver! F00king west coast neighbours and their mild weather conditions.
 

"D."

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Oct 30, 2017
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Haven't really changed much since last year. Moved my shelf in here and got a new Xbox controller for the PC. I keeps my jars of cavities "gamerfuel" on deck in case I get a lil' ol' sweet toof.



At night when the magic happens
 

.hacked

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Dec 10, 2017
84


my movable gamestation, lets me move around to different rooms in the house depending if have to keep eyes on the kids, get in a early game before work or just want to get some alone time.
 

SONofZARDOZ

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Nov 26, 2019
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Why are none of the images showing up for me in this thread? I've never had that happen on here before.
 

Protoman200X

The Fallen
Oct 25, 2017
3,383
N. Vancouver, BC, Canada
Nothing fancy - just plain and simple, like the way I want

Dont mind the wires and stuff, need to clean up lol

My media room/entertainment room sofa set




My main set up for all my gaming needs

TV: Sony x900f - 75'' 4K HDR
Gaming Desktop: Ryzen 5 3600, RX 580 8GB, 16 GB RAM, 2 TB HDD, 240 GB SSD
Gaming Laptop (used to play older games): i7 dual core, Nvidia GeForce 745m 2GB, 8 GB RAM, 1 TB HDD
Playstation 4
Playstation 3 (Hidden in the table)
WiiU (Hidden in the table)
Dualshock 3 (for PS3)
Dualshock 4 Black (for PS4)
Dualshock 4 Gold (for PC gaming)
WiiU Pro Controller (for WiiU hidden in table)
PS3, PS4, WiiU games all hidden in table



Oh and in before tiny door posts ;p
I'm intrigued about that tiny door, but I otherwise love this set-up.
 

Golden

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Dec 9, 2018
806
Nothing fancy - just plain and simple, like the way I want

Dont mind the wires and stuff, need to clean up lol

My media room/entertainment room sofa set




My main set up for all my gaming needs

TV: Sony x900f - 75'' 4K HDR
Gaming Desktop: Ryzen 5 3600, RX 580 8GB, 16 GB RAM, 2 TB HDD, 240 GB SSD
Gaming Laptop (used to play older games): i7 dual core, Nvidia GeForce 745m 2GB, 8 GB RAM, 1 TB HDD
Playstation 4
Playstation 3 (Hidden in the table)
WiiU (Hidden in the table)
Dualshock 3 (for PS3)
Dualshock 4 Black (for PS4)
Dualshock 4 Gold (for PC gaming)
WiiU Pro Controller (for WiiU hidden in table)
PS3, PS4, WiiU games all hidden in table



Oh and in before...........
Assuming that the door is full size, that is a big fucking TV.
 

Badcoo

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May 9, 2018
505
Posting my theater room right now as it's clean. Had to cater t he room for children so kept it simple. I have my desktop/pc setup on the other room behind the screen. Will post when I clean it up.

Entrance


Screen, Consoles, in wall speakers, Sub


Close up


Tried to keep the wiring as clean as possible but very difficult with so many systems


Atoms speakers, rear speakers and projector. Trustee Benq W1070 still going strong


Couches


Side view


W1070 in action
 

Joule

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Nov 19, 2017
1,297
Nice SoTC art, OP. I got to say I'm surprised to see an iMac in a pad like this and not an iMac Pro or a new Mac Pro

Sick theater Badcoo