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I'm using this mount. There are several different kinds, one has a clamp, one has a free-standing base etc. They're really solid, but your monitors have to be VESA compatible.
Desk space isn't needed when you have this
But yes, I agree. This subreddit is pretty ridiculous/awesome. I think a lot of us bide the time until release by planning absurd setups, it's half the fun for me.
This is what I use, it's amazing. It's really sturdy and it hold the monitors perfectly. Adjusting it the first time can be a pain in the ass but once it's perfect you never have to touch it again.
you're making me nervous now, as I'm shopping for a triple monitor stand right now. which one do you have? I'm thinking about getting this one [link]
You can get a triple monitor stand like this one that has cable management built in.
Yeah, it was this mount.
It was solid metal. Super nice build quality. Since my desk is made of 2 slabs of wood biscuit jointed together, the back piece started to bend from the weight of the 25lbs mount and 3 monitors clamped onto one 3 inch square of the back of the wood.
I may try again but with a stand version instead soon. I want more room.
Maybe I'm missing it but is it just for one monitor or multiple?
I can recommend this one, have been using it for nearly 2 months now and I have no regrets. It takes a bit to get multiple monitors adjusted perfectly but once done it looks great.
Hey! Sorry for the late response. This is the mount I'm using
Currently, I'd say there's about 2-3 feet between the middle monitor and the corner of the wall. I DO have the tabled pulled out extra though, and could probably push it back a bit. But, since I'm still working on some cable management, it sits like this.
Also, 24" monitors are definitely a great choice for this set-up. Like I've said in my other posts, sometimes 3x27" is too much.
EZM Deluxe Triple Monitor Mount Stand: Link
I found the angle of the two side monitors to be too shallow with this stand but I added 1 inch standoffs to the vesa mounts which gave me the angle I was looking for. I got the standoffs from Homedepot as well as longer metric screws to hold it. I've had that mount and those monitors for 5 years now. Not one issue.
The individual monitors does not look like it can be moved up or down, but it looks like a very high quality product. I've been thinking about buying one for a while to go along with my future triple monitor setup lol. btw, is that mouse RGB? If so, what is it called?
I got one second hand, but it's 55" long and about 33" deep. My three 24" monitors fit on it. You can also find mounts that support for 3 monitors that have 1 leg that you attach to the desk, kind of like this
I had this one laying around from a triple monitor setup... it has detachable arms so I used the base for the Samsung and it is working wonderfully. This means pretty much any name brand or highly rated single monitor mount should work fine for you.
That is why you dont have a triple monitor stand on a base. You secure it to the back of the desk. This is the one I have and its the same thing as hanging on the wall but the monitors have a nice curved orientation.
I currently run this setup at home with two Dell P2416Ds vertically on the sides and a C32HG70 horizontally in the middle, I use it to game as well as model, but I think it's honestly a little overkill for you application,and I've found that the vertical monitors are less helpful than I'd hoped.
However, with 1080p instead of 1440p monitors on the sides your doing will nearly match with a 32" monitor, which honestly solves a lot of the headache in Windows. I think if you're the sort of person that can already fully utilize 3 monitors it probably will be a nice upgrade, especially for putting documentation off to the side of your main monitor, or using them for remote for/all kinds of auxiliary tasks.
All that said, I love having a titan of a primary monitor and wouldn't give it up for anything. PM me if you have more questions.
: For reference, I use the following monitor stand: [link]
Just got one of these not too long ago and it’s fantastic. Super sturdy, easily adjustable. My only gripe is that it’s a PITA to set up. The instructions aren’t super helpful. Once it’s set up tho, it’s amazing!
It's a triple monitor stand mounted to my table. I got mine from a dutch retailer but it's very similar to this one.
The desktop itself is solid wood and it's very sturdy so I dont have anything reinforcing it but there is a 5th leg underneath the back center but the desktop is solid enough that it's really unnecessary. I only added it because I bought 5 legs.