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Gah, I'm a moron and thought I was responding to a different post!
Your monitor weight is 14.5lbs without the stand. I recommend Ergo Freedom Arm. Here's the silver one
How about this? Its got an extension range of 67.82 cm so it should be able to clear your other monitor and you wont have to screw into any walls. The website Mass Drop has them on sale atm for $61.
So cheap, so I bought one. Bleh, hated it. It is fine to mount a monitor still if you never want to adjust it. To raise/lower the monitor you need to unlock and reposition. To tilt your screen you need a allen wrench to adjust!
If you need to frequently adjust your screen get something like Ergotech freedom arm. Cost 3-4x as much, but 10x better in functionality.
Ergotech Freedom Arm. Love it, has a huge range of motion.
Vivo dual vertical mount has been fantastic and reasonably priced. I have it supporting two 34" panels with no weight problems whatsoever, although I have a sturdy desk.
Ergotech freedom is one of the best single arms you can get, but pretty expensive compared to alternatives.
Most DIY ways to raise the mount 6 inches off the desktop seem like they'll look cheap and DIY.
On the other hand, other mounts are available. Another ergotron with a 8 inch pole, meaning it can be raised off the desk 5 inches, or a cheapo vivo which is a ton cheaper but probably not the esthetic you were looking for when you bought the original ergotron.
Vertical screens are great for general IT work if you're in that field.
I didn't buy the Jarvis mount. The ones I use are clamp based, and can be mounted anywhere along the edge except where the gromets are. I think it's this (or a related sku) [link]. I feel like I read somewhere to skip the jarvis mount and go 3rd party, but I can't remember exactly.
I can't imagine the Jarvis mount is pre-mounted to the desk. I'd bet money that it's not.
Also, aesthetically these are beautiful and may be a space saver for you: [link]
Also keep in mind that your 68" profile may have some curvature to it, as you will want screens turned towards you.
ErgoTech Freedom Arms - Silver
ErgoTech Freedom Arms - Grey
Two of these and a cheap wall mount that tilts. Not the best, but it works for now.
That's right, the mount can swivel and has an elbow bend!
Would this be the right one?
Not currently within your budget, but watch for sales:
Ergotech Freedom Arm (Silver)
Ergotech Freedom Arm (Metal Grey)
Other than that, you can look at the VIVO options. They have quite a few <$50 with mostly positive reviews.
I'm using an ergotech freedom arm.
How about something like this?
i got this for the freesync version. it's been working well so far.
The one I have has sag on the right side so it makes the monitor sit cattywhompus and it drove me nuts.
As I said before I'd recommend spending a bit more for a Freedom Arm or an Ergotron LX (amazon basics version to save a few bucks
Yes they cost 3-4 times the price of the monoprice mount but they are just all around better IMO and it allows for flex in your setup down the road. Better to buy once for a little bit more than to buy three or four times of crap products trying to get something that is suitable.
I will always recommend the Ergotech Freedom Arm. Works perfectly fine for my LG 34UM95.