[SOLVED] help with mounting. Desk is different than your normal gamer.

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I want a dual monitor setup, so what monitor should I purchase on my 1070 ti.
But the problem is, I don't know how to mount them on my credenza desk with a hutch (google credenza desk with a hutch, it should come up with similar-looking desks).
I have one Acer 75 Hz free sync right now but I don't know how to mount the second one when I buy.

link to my current monitor ~ https://www.newegg.com/black-acer-nitro-gaming-series-vg220q-um-wv0aa-001-21-5/p/0JC-000P-007F6?Item=0JC-000P-007F6

I know that not many people have a credenza desk for gaming but its what I have as a desk so might as well use it.

I'm located in the US and last time I bought a monitor was off Newegg for a price close to $130 and now I'm aiming for something close to 400 including the mounts I would need.
I'm looking to buy a 27' 144 Hz and mount it with the monitor I have now basically.
A link to a good monitor and mounts, that are within the budget, would be nice.

picture of my desk and current monitor ~ https://drive.google.com/file/d/16R7kaEPSCbbVvjoMCv3tQk8aw4qaUw5K/view
 

Ralston18

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Likely not at all viable.

To use the same desk you will probably need to remove the upper section in order to have room for a two display mount.

I would not trust the upper half or any portion of the upper half with being able to support dual monitors.

And, depending on what the actual desk surface is made of and how thick that material may be, the entire desk may not support the dual arm mounting hardware plus two monitors.

Best Buy carries Insignia mounts. I have a single arm mount that has held up well. (Clamped to 1" plus thick wooden table.)

Dual Mount:

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/insignia-dual-screen-desktop-monitor-mount-black/6343553.p?skuId=6343553

However, as you can see the mounting requirements are substantial.

Google DIY (Do It Yourself computer desks - likely that you will find some ideas to help overall.
 
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Ralston18

Titan
Moderator
Likely not at all viable.

To use the same desk you will probably need to remove the upper section in order to have room for a two display mount.

I would not trust the upper half or any portion of the upper half with being able to support dual monitors.

And, depending on what the actual desk surface is made of and how thick that material may be, the entire desk may not support the dual arm mounting hardware plus two monitors.

Best Buy carries Insignia mounts. I have a single arm mount that has held up well. (Clamped to 1" plus thick wooden table.)

Dual Mount:

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/insignia-dual-screen-desktop-monitor-mount-black/6343553.p?skuId=6343553

However, as you can see the mounting requirements are substantial.

Google DIY (Do It Yourself computer desks - likely that you will find some ideas to help overall.
 
Reactions: bossiermeteor27

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