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Used this VIVO mount from amazon :) [link]
This is the mounting stand, fits much larger screens than advertised both of these are 34" (one ultrawide)
VIVO Dual Computer Monitor Desk Mount Stand Vertical Array for 2 Screens up to 27 inches (STAND-V002R) [link]
Top is a 34" AOC 4k 60hz monitor from a couple years ago from microcenter
Bottom is a 34" AOC 3440x1440p 100hz I got in about 2016.
Id link them but I don't think those specific models are still out. I'm sure they've been replaced with similar stuff
This is the mounting stand, fits much larger screens than advertised
But I modified the top to extend out a little more so that the monitors would be better lined up. I am mounting them to the wall this weekend instead though. My 8 year old ikea top is starting to bow due to the weight and its age.
I don't like that big base so I got the one that's C Clamp. I have a 34" UW and a 27" on it and it's very stable. They fit snug but also could move them up/down depending on how high i sit. Here's the link: [link]
Dual Monitor Mount
There you are!
I want to somehow set up a small monitor (~19"-22") to the left of my 34" ultrawide in a vertical orientation. Right now, I have my 34" in and then a 29" stacked on top of the 34" using this stand.
I was thinking getting an additional arm and mounting it to the above stand, but it doesn't seem like there's a long enough arm to accomplish this.
It's a cheap one from amazon, its surprisingly nice for the price. And it says it's for 2 27 inch monitors but I have a 32 curved and a 25 inch on it just fine.
the aforementioned mount
So it's kind of a combination of two stands made by vivo but their 2016 versions not their new models. I was already stacking monitors since then. So Before that I had a dual side by side stand. So I took one side of the side by side clamps and took one of the pieces of it out to make it shorter and also to make the top monitor look more flush with the bottom one while using the simple straight one for the bottom monitor. The 2016 version use to be one solid pole too which doesn't seem to be a thing anymore on all the stands I am finding on Amazon. Will include some pictures below to show kind of what I mean.
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Updated version of Vivo Dual Mount.
Top monitor is the 32" HP 32s (Got off Facebook marketplace for $40)
Lower monitor is the 34" Acer Predator X34 (Also of Facebook for $400)
Monitor mount is from Amazon
Cheers mate, I'm in a rental so no wall mounts for me unfortunately but I'm just using a vertical dual mount. It's not made for ultrawides but meets the weight requirements haha and seems really solid.
Cheers mate, I'm in a rental so no wall mounts for me unfortunately but I'm just using a vertical dual mount. It's not made for ultrawides but meets the weight requirements haha and seems really solid. It comes with two different mounting options; I clamp system or a straight through mount. I drilled a hole through the desk and put a wooden support underneath and bolted it all down. You can move the screens back and forth, rotate and the mount doesn't budge.
Mounted the top one only and bought this on amazon.
I rarely open my computer and i spend 95% of the time playing xbox on the lower monitor. But for the time i open my computer, it really really great.
I used that, prior to purchasing the Alienware I did have a diff ultrawide on the bottom. I saw someone else say they wouldn't recommend this mount for the Alienware bc it's too heavy and it droops. I would probably tend to agree with him. I did get it to work without drooping but I had to torque it super hard and I won't be surprised if it ends up drooping again. Might have to find something a little bit stronger. But for now it's fine. When I had the microboard on there it never drooped. That friggin Alienware is just MUCH HEAVIER than the other UW's I have.
It's a Vivo stacked stand from Amazon.
Currently on there for $43USD.
I use it often when gaming. Either seeing who's talking in Discord - or for a guide/map when raiding etc. Second screen's can be very useful!
I'll try to take a pic tomorrow (I work nights so I'm at work currently) . The mount is deskmounted. I'm actually using the clamp which works quite well, but I have this same mount in the single version on my coffee table pc and that is actually mounted onto that table and both ways work fantastically. If you want to wall mount you can use two single mounts, it's pretty easy. if you want to do a primo job on it you can get slots to mount into the wall for the cables which would be well hidden by the monitors.
Here is the stand I have.
This is the one I'm using. Bottom monitor is 32" and top is 29" and it's still got plenty of space.
>What ratio do you use the two separate monitors at?
Lower is primary/gaming, upper is media. Basically the same as what you want to do. For media it's not really an issue but when I'm typing or reading stuff on that monitor for prolonged periods of time, that's when it's an issue.
>What mount do you use for your ultrawides?
>Can you tilt the top monitor down towards you? Are they 34"
Yes and yes. Weight hasn't been an issue at all. With the screws tightened down they're still adjustable with some force, but will hold their tilt indefinitely otherwise.
okay well i plan on using this mount with a total weight of 27 pounds in monitors.
how thick does the top need to be to make it so it doesnt flex. I also plan on using glavanised pipe for the legs and structure if that helps.
Any advide would be very appreciated since i dont know much of what im doing.
VIVO Dual Computer Monitor Desk Mount Stand Vertical Array for 2 Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002R) [link]
The ultra wide 34 on the bottom comes out to a height equivalent to a normal 27 inch so it works out. There are lot of complaints about the tilt being too lose and the screens just flopping over. The key though you have to read the instructions which tell u how to fix that.
If desk space is limited, maybe a HD monitor mounted on top of the existing ones with one of these?
Vivo Dual Monitor Arm
It does the job well, the only issue is because of the depth of the Predator, pretty much any monitor that goes on the top mount is behind it quite some ways. So im using an Ergotech arm attached to the same pole for the top monitor to even them out.
I don't, but here we go:
ASUS 1080 Ti OC
i7 7700k + Kraken x72 CPU cooler
16GB DDR4 3200MHz G-Skill Trident Z RAM
Case is a corsair 570x
Motherboard is ASUS Z-270A PRIME
250GB 970 EVO M2 SSD
1TB 960 EVO M2 SSD
EVGA G3 Gold 850W PSU
Corsair k70 lux RGB keyboard
Logitech G900 mouse
Top monitor is an ASUS ROG Swift 165hz (27 inch)
Bottom monitor is Alienware AW3418DW (34 inch)
Monitor mount is a VIVO one
Deskpad is a RISSLA one from IKEA
USB Soundbar (its ok)
Tabletop is IKEA ECKBACKEN on two ALEX Drawers
Thanks. I used this mount:
At the time, about 1,500 CAD. Main monitor is a PG279Q that I got Open box from BestBuy, the top and side monitor are BenQ GW2765HT
The mounts are from amazon, these ones:
If you can mount it instead of a stand this is the one I use for the exact same setup https://www.amazon.com/VIVO-Computer-Monitor-Vertical-STAND-V002R/dp/B01CUW5HDU
It’s a VIVO dual mount, but I took the bottom bracket off (the 34” is too heavy)
Looks like a dual monitor mount. I have the same one, it's made by vivo.
VIVO Dual Computer Monitor... [link]
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Its this one from Amazon. 27 inch on top and 34 inch on the bottom. But it doesn't seem stressed at all. [link]
Amazon has something kinda similar
[VIVO dual monitor mount](www.amazon.com/dp/B01CUW5HDU/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_C.yIFb7H0ZFAW)
VIVO Dual Computer Monitor Desk... [link]
Top monitor: LG 27GN950-B
Bottom: LG 38GN950-B
I am using this stand
It says up to 27, but it fits the 34 inch just fine
How are your monitors currently setup? You'll probably need two mounts. 1 stacked. Like this. The other can be just any ole single mount.
You could get a mount like this. Replace the existing mount for your 27" with a mount for the stacked monitors, and keep the vertical monitor on it's own mount.
If you have anything bigger than a 34 I probably wouldnt get this one though. I had to really crank it for it to hold my 34 at the angle I wanted, but it's held up for about 2 weeks now so I think it's good for a 34 in UW
I can't find the mount that I bought years ago but this is the most similar one. The only difference is that mine has extending arms
Either buy or built a small table for ur PC or find a monitor arm that let you put one monitor on top of each other like this [link]
then put ur PC on the desk
this should do the trick. I have one of their single-monitor models and it works great.
This or that
No but i have 32 inches and i plan on getting this mount as well as a normal cheaper monitor on top
Vertical monitor mount like this [link]
The arms I use for the vertical stacked monitors are these: Vivo Dual Computer Monitor Desk
For the single monitor on the left, I just got the amazon branded ones.
I got this one off of Amazon. I like it a lot, was really easy to put together and is pretty long (that's what she said)
If you're going with two ultrawide monitors stacked on one another, ideally you would want to use a fixed stand - that is, unless you're willing to drop $300+ on an Ergotron or similar quality mount. The Alienware iirc is about 15 to 17 pounds and this one worked flawlessly in bearing the weight of the both of my ultrawide monitors:
Depending on your desk, you might want to add a wooden block under your desk between the clamps to distribute some load.
Not long after trying the stacked setup, I switched to a single ultrawide and a 16:9 27" monitor on the side both with the Amazon Basics monitor arm. I didn't find the dual ultrawide to live up to my expectations.
It's this stand from Amazon. I think I found it originally by looking up "dual vertical monitor mount".
There are lots of up/down (AKA vertical) monitor stands. It takes less space and is easier on the neck (IMHO).
super solid mount. i really recommend it.
Stack Mount: [link]
Single Arm: [link]
Here you go.
As for the wrist rest, it was included with the Razer Huntsman Elite.
If it's the same setup that I did last week than I believe it's this mount
Are you referring to the mounting arm to hold both monitors that way? If so, this is what's holding my 27" 4K LG monitor above my PG348Q, it's pretty darn solid feeling.
Pretty cheap and works well!
I've been using https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01CUW5HDU with the 34" UW mounted on the bottom and a 27" 4K mounted up top. It's been working just fine for me.
Both monitor can be adjusted height wise and here is the stand. VIVO Dual Computer Monitor Desk Mount Stand Vertical Array for 2 Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002R) [link]
i use [link] for 2 34" uw stack
It's available from Amazon. See here:
It's the Vivo dual vertical monitor stand, found it on amazon here.
I don't have a link handy, but you can get units like these but without the monitor attachments, and them clamp the lamp on the top in various ways.
Hey! Yes. This is the model I went with. Easy to install. Inexpensive and has great reviews on Amazon: VIVO Dual Computer Monitor Desk... [link]
The top monitor is the LG 25UM58-p and the monitor mount I got off Amazon
I have a friend that uses this.
Clamps to the desk so no holes. He has a 34 in ultrawide on the bottom and a 27 in on the top. No problems at all.
it was that one
Here is the one I used.
I have a similar setup with a 34inch Ultrawide on bottom and a 27inch above with this mount
I thought it would be weird looking up to the top screen or like people say it would cause "neck strain" but I find it very useful. Especially with an ultrawide. Side by side would take up so much width on your desk.
Check this one I ordered and will post a picture to this sub when I'm completed. Vivo stack mount
This one. Very solid.
I'm very happy with it, it seems solid.
[link] it gets the job done
I use this in my dorm for a 29" and a 24" and it's worked great for me so far :)
It’s this one.
Not gas arms but you can grab a pole type. Although you said 28 and these are for 27.
I got it from Amazon - it's currently on sale for $43 :)
It's a Vivo stacked stand. Currently $43 on Amazon.
Pretty sure it's this one!
I have my monitors with one on top using this mount: [link]
VIVO Vertical Dual Monitor Desk Mount
This is the monitor and the mount is this one
The mount is great. Sometimes it can be a bit of a pain in the butt to adjust the height, but other than that I have no complaints.
it was 38 when i bought it but itll probably drop in price again
Here ya go! Sorry linked the wrong one earlier
Im actually using 3. This one for the Ultrawide and top and 2x these for the flanking ones.
as other have already answered its just a dual vesa mount bought of amazon - they allow a tilt and pan
It's a dual vesa mount from amazon
This stand vertically mounts two monitors. I use it to mount dual 27" monitors.
Try this (I have a similar mount)