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So I bought this guy on Amazon just a few weeks ago:
New Gaming Chair High-back Computer Chair Ergonomic Design Racing Chair [link]
And it's incredible. It has this built in foot rest that hides away, leans all the way back and all for $100 shipped.
But then my friend was selling some of his old furniture from his setup so he could upgrade, and the Dxracer as well as the longer desk everything's resting on he put up for sale. I already had the chair from Amazon, but the reason I didn't spring for a Dxracer was the price. I was able to get the desk and Dxracer for $200 even. It was the homie hook up for sure, but I'm glad I did. He keeps everything he owns in incredible condition, and the quality and fit and finish is far better than the Amazon knockoff. I just wish it had the pull out foot rest.
Now my gf has a chair to game in, and I get to sit in the dx racer!
It is some off brand from amazon.
Office Chair High-back Recliner Office Chair Computer Chair Ergonomic Design Racing Chair [link]
Not too bad. I may invest in a better one here soon.
With a quick glance this seems to be the same for cheaper
> But what is supporting your legs at that point?
Some have a prop out recliner for your legs. Or could just put your legs on your desk like I did.
Yes they are very comfortable you should go to a micro center if there's any near you to test them out but here's the chair
Nah, this isn't one of those DX "We give everyone on twitch one so we can charge hundreds of dollars for a sub par chair" Racer chairs.
Here is the link
I love it!!! The only turn off for me is that you have tj tighten the arms ever 3ish months or they'll fall of or break, but if you just do it when they get wobbly you'll be fine. The other problem I had was that it came in different parts and you had to assemble it and mine did not come with instructions and thanks to the super generic name, I couldn't find any online and I just winged it and I build it fine. It's pretty self explanatory to assemble but takes a little thinking. Other that the tightening of the arms every once in a while and the missing instructions, it's a great chair.The material is quality fake leather and it's pretty cushy, idk if it's as good as a drxracer but it's very nice for the price and I really like the extendable footrest and the ability to put the chair way back, lay back on it and put your feet out on the rest. I would totally recommend it for the price of 99.00 USD + shipping (not amazon prime)
here's the link: New Gaming Chair High-back Computer Chair Ergonomic Design Racing Chair [link]
So I actually recently bought this chair,
For the price it's actually pretty fair it is a little squeaky and the pillow wasn't like the perfect shape it had a corner messed up, but sitting in it for roughly 30hrs so far has been great! Feel like I got a good value
Seems to be where they screw in. I've tightened them a couple times and it helped, but they were never 100% sturdy like I'd like them to be. I don't put a very much weight on them, I use the seat itself to resituate myself. It's not really a dealbreaker for me though, they still do their job. Overall I'm happy with the chair.
This is the one I got
Ok so I hate posts that don’t list what is seen in the picture. So I have done my best to list every single item shown here :)
CPU: Intel Core i7-4790 (Stock)
CPU Cooler: Noctua - NH-D14 65.0 CFM CPU Cooler
Thermal Paste: Arctic Silver - 5 High-Density Polysynthetic Silver 3.5g Thermal Paste
Mobo: Asus - MAXIMUS VII HERO, ok so I realize my cpu is a non K and this Mobo is dumb. I got the CPU for free and was told it was a K, so I pre-bought a Z97 board before getting the CPU. In the end it was not a K so I over bought my motherboard...oh well
RAM: 2x G.Skill - Sniper Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1866 Memory for 16GB
Hard Drives: 3x Samsung - 840 Series 500GB 2.5" Solid State Drive (one is in the external dock)
Seagate - Barracuda 2TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive
(On Desk 2x HGST Deskstar NAS 3.5-Inch 3TB)
GPU: GeForce® GTX 980 Ti AMP! Extreme 6GB (Stock)
PCI-E Card: Inateck PCI-E to USB 3.0 5-Port PCI Express Card
Case: DIYPC - D480-W-Window ATX Mid Tower Case
Disk Drives: Asus - DRW-24B1ST/BLK/B/AS DVD/CD Writer
Asus - BW-12B1ST/BLK/G/AS Blu-Ray/DVD/CD Writer
OS: Windows 10 Pro
PSU: Corsair - Enthusiast 750W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX
Monitor: Samsung UN40KU6300FXZA
Keyboard: Logitech - G710+ Wired Gaming Keyboard
Mouse: Logitech - G500 Wired Laser Mouse
Speakers: Logitech - Z313 25W 2.1ch Speakers
Headphones: Superlux - HD668B Headphones
Microphone: Blue Microphones Snowball USB Microphone (Textured White)
Ok now for other random item shown and not shown
Sterilite 20639004 3 Drawer Clearview Desktop Unit
Stick-On Under Desk Headphone Hooks 2 PACK
Lokman 50 Pieces Self-Adhesive Cord Wire Cable Clip Cable Tie Drop Clamp, USB Management Used in Car, Office and House for Core Wire Organization (Black)
LEDMO® 16.4Ft Waterproof Flexible Strip 300 LEDs Color Changing RGB SMD5050 LED Light Strip Kit RGB 5M with 44Keys IR Remote Controller and 12V 5A Power Supply
Neewer NW(B-3) 6 inch Studio Microphone Mic Round Shape Wind Pop Filter Mask Shield with Stand Clip (Black Filter)
HAMMARP Countertop, oak. 74 inches
ADILS Leg, beige
SIGNUM Cable management, horizontal, silver color
DAGOTTO Footrest, black
ORICO 6619US3-BK SuperSpeed USB 3.0 to SATA Hard Drive Docking Station for 2.5" and 3.5" HDD, SSD [8TB Support]
LG Watch Urbane Wearable Smart Watch - Silver
I don’t recall (or have access to the amazon account to them up ) the floormat, or the neat looking wall chargers models, but I found both on slickdeals at some point in the last year
I also don’t know where I got my coasters, anti-slip mats(under the desk mat), Hardwood floor, trim, Wall color and paint type, or quarter round from. All of those I worked with when buying the house 3 years ago.
Oh and last things seen I haven’t mentioned. Is the cable from the wall is a 6 foot monoprice CAT6 Blue cable. The TV you can just barely see on the left is a VIZIO E400i-B2 40-Inch 1080p Smart LED HDTV. And finally the deskmat a friend got for me from a vape shop for like $10, not sure from where though, sorry
What I'm going to offer might not be ideal to others but with this budget, and avoiding threadripper. I would suggest you buy the best
Gaming PC - Use this for gaming, streaming, and to edit your videos
Replace 2 fans from corsair with ML120 both fans
I would suggest you wait until i7 8700K comes out and only use one build for the time being but if you can't wait here is my suggestion. With this budget you should have 2 builds for streaming, one for solely gaming and the other will handle the other workload. Also make sure to be very aware of how you will deal with storage and how much you potential think you will need for the future.
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
Dedicated Streaming PC - Storage Drive if you decide to keep all content
Choose your Capture card that you would like
27 inch - 2560x1440 144hz monitor for Gaming, 27 inch - 1920/1080 - Streaming/Chat, 34 Curved - Video Editing
There are cheaper monitors or setup it depends on what you want
(Buy 1) [link]
(Buy 2 for each side) [link]
(Buy 2 - attach to the end of the long tables You can put something here like a mini itx PC, videogame console) [link]
(Buy 8 legs) [link]
Cable Management disaster help - [link]
Gaming Chair - [link]
You are also may want to buy sound deadening foam for the walls (google for your location to buy)
Also look into lighting and recording equipment
This is the chair I use: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01HNTLIM4/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Just got it last month, it feels amazing when I lean back, although I have terrible posture, so it is taking some getting used to "train" myself to sit up correctly while gaming. I really wanted an Ewin Chair, but this was the cheapest alternative I could find at the time.
what's the name of the chair you got? i paid $150 for this: [link] aside from having one of the lower prices, it seems to be well reviewed. it goes all the way 180* down to a laying position, and it has an extendable foot rest. the foot rest seems to be the big deal here, as more expensive models often don't have one at all, and others are known for being easily breakable. since you'd be taking the pressure off your hamstrings, it would prevent DVT right?
also, this chair has a metal frame and has a capacity of 300lbs, while other similar chairs come in at 275 or 250. there are 440lbs chairs for $180 as well. the cheapest is $100, and has bad reviews but would probably work perfectly for a smaller person: [link]
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It's comfortable, but it feels a bit wobbly on the base. Might just be my chair but that's what I think of it.
Office Chair High-back Recliner Office Chair Computer Chair Ergonomic Design Racing Chair [link] right here, only about 100
merax makes good gaming chairs,ofc its worse than dxracer but look at the price.