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The mount I'm using for the bottom monitor is no longer available. The desk mount I'm using for the upper monitor is VIVO Single Monitor Desk Mount Extra Tall Fully Adjustable Stand for up to 32" Screen (STAND-V001T) [link].
Ah, I missed that detail, sorry. Still, something like I posted should be sufficient for mounting the 24" monitor to the top VESA mount, and positioning it behind your UW.
Alternately, you can get something like this that has a single arm mount with more positioning options.
It looks like an extra tall VIVO desk mount. I use the dual monitor variation of that stand and can verify it works out well as a vertical monitor mounting solution.
Edit: OP answered when I was writing up a response and it looks like it's the V002T, not the V001T that I linked.
My bad... it is a Vivo tall monitor arm. At the time it was the only one that seemed long enough. Plus, it gives you more freedom than the ones that you can mount two monitors vertically to. Specifically, you can tilt and offset it from the bottom monitor. It is really sturdy and cheap too: [link]
It is pricey, but it was the only one I could find with the reach I needed (if you find a cheaper alternative please let me know). I used [link] for the outside 2 monitor, its only slightly more reasonably priced.
Sorry. I didn't see your comment.
I use these mounts. One for each monitor.
VIVO Single Monitor Desk Mount... [link]
And just using the stand on the x35
The monitor above is being mounted on a mount I got from Amazon. Here is a link to it
Would 2 of these get the job done?
No experience with that one, but this one is rock solid.
The big monitor is held up by one of these ($42) and the two smaller ones are held up by one of these ($40) .
It’s a really good stand man I really recommend it.
Pretty sure this is it.
The when I bought it I just amazon searched wall monitor mount.
here ya go.
Here is the link to it, i have been very happy with it so far, it was hard to find one tall enough to go over the ASUS.
VIVO Single Monitor Desk Mount Extra Tall Fully Adjustable Stand for up to 27" Screen (STAND-V001T) [link]
This is just for the top one. It's very sturdy and cheap
Ultrawide is on [link]
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For mounting hardware, VIVO makes some pretty reliable stuff for not that much. You could easily grab these (1, 2) and mount both monitors. There are other options on Amazon, take a quick browse if you're interested. I wouldn't recommend mounting the ultra wide seeing as you don't need extra height anyways.
I actually just mounted it today, it was super easy.
Vivo tall stand