TechSource – Best Gaming Desk Setups


TechSource’s Best Gaming Desk Setups

Hey guys, welcome to this Computer Desk Guru video and today we will look at TechSource’s Gaming Desk Setups and the equipment he uses. This guy has over a million subscribers and has grabbed the attention of many followers with his pc wars series and technology reviews. He takes pride in his insanely expensive setups and does a great job with presentation. He has upgraded his setup a few times so we will look at the progression of the last 4 setups he’s used for video production and gaming.

Gaming Desk Setup One

Techsource gaming desk

The first setup he used early 2015 and you will notice he keeps some of the things consistent throughout his setups, like his VertDesk. This is a great standup desk and very reasonable in price considering others like it. In the description you will find the price and where to purchase all of his favorite parts and products shown in this video.

The center piece of his setups is without a doubt his incredibly powerful computer builds. The impressive specs of this machine include 2 GeForce GTX 780 TIs and i7-4930K Processor all set onto a Rampage IV motherboard. He also is using 2 Samsung 4K monitors, giving plenty of space for multitasking and editing. In addition to the desk setup, he sits in a Flash Furniture High Back chair that he claims to be the most comfortable he has used.

Gaming Desk One Gear

LinearFlux Hyper Charger
Vesel Wood Case
Vivis Power Bank
Anker Multi Angle Stand
Microsoft Side Winder X4
Corsair Rapter M45 Mouse
Corsair Mouse Pad
Audio-Technica ATH-M50x
Audiot-Technica Headphone Holder
Mpow Bluetooth Waterproof Speaker
Focusrite Scarlett Studio Bundle
Transcend SD Card Reader
Samsung U28E590D 4K Monitor
OmniMount Cable Managment
Belkin Power Strip
Flash Furniture Chair

Gaming Desk Setup Two

TechSource Best Gaming Setup

His next setup he brings along his custom painted computer, and still remaining loyal to the VertDesk. He upgraded his dual monitor setup to a 34 inch ultra-wide curved LG. This monitor is HUGE and being curved makes it super comfortable to view at all angles. In this setup he uses the Microsoft X4 Sidewinder keyboard and the Logitech MX Master wireless mouse. As always he is consistent with the color scheme and even adds custom LED lighting to the back-side. For sound he uses the Hyper X Cloud 2 Gaming Headset, and for good reason as they are one of the most comfortable headsets available, and cost under 100 bucks. Surprisingly he uses a single Anker Premium Bluetooth speaker, mostly using his headphones for audio. Broadcasting to over a million viewers, his microphone is definitely an important part of his setup. Here he uses the Focus-rite Scarlett Studio Bundle as well as in the previous setup we looked at.

Gaming Desk Two Gear

2 in 1 Micro USB Cable
Draco 6 iPhone 6+ Case
dbrand skins
Anker Stand
Anker Premium Speaker
Focusrite Scarkett Solo Studio Package
ATH-M50x Headphones
Microphone Extension Boom Arm
Microphone Shock Mount
Transcend Micro SD Card Reader
3M Tape
SD Card 128GB Class 10
HyperX Cloud II Gaming Headset
Thermaltake Headphone Hanger
Anchor Headphone Hanger
Ghostek Bluetooth 4.0 Headphones
Microsoft X4 Sidewinder Keyboard
Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse
Exco Extended Mouse Pad
LG 34″ Ultrawide Monitor
Ergotech Freedom Arm
Friends of Hue Wireless LED Strips
Wireless Bridge needed for LED Strips
Game of Thrones Coasters
Flash Furniture Office Chair
Orico Surge Protector
Cable Drops

Gaming Desk Setup 3

TechSource Gaming Computer Desk

Moving forward to his last setup with the Big Red computer build, he again keeps a few of his favorite pieces like Curved monitor and Scarlett audio interface. He did upgrade the graphics from 2 780 TIs to a GTX Titan X. He sticks with the Scarlett audio interface but upgrades to the popular ATH-M50xs with custom skins to feed his black and red color obsession. He also shows off a rare black vodka bottle from Russia. He switched up to the Corsair RGB Strafe keyboard sitting on top of an extended red and black mousepad.

Gaming Desk Three Gear

Ikea Malm Desk
Cheaper alternative to the Malm Desk
dbrand skins
Nyko PS4 charger
24″ ASUS 144hz Gaming Monitor
Wali Dual Monitor Arm
Lenovo Y Gaming Keyboard
Lenovo Y Gaming Mouse
Sean XXL Extended Mouse Pad
M50x Headphones
Brainwavz Ear Cups
HyperX Cloud Revolver Headset
Truss Headphone Hanger
Anker PowerPort6 Hub
Anker PowerLine+ Cable
Anker Phone Stand
Belkin Surge Protector
Drawer Organizer
E-blue Auroza X1 Gaming Chair
RGB Led Strips

Cable Management

3M Tape
Cable Clips

Gaming Setup 4

gaming desk setups

Now onto his Latest Setup and he finally switches up the color scheme to green and white. He decided to make a new pc build and as always uses very pricey hardware including $1500 extreme i7 and two GTX 1080s. The computer is loaded with 32 gigs of Ram, a water cooled c-p-u, and tons of solid state storage. He again uses the corsair Strafe keyboard along with the corsair saber mouse to keep the color scheme consistent throughout. For audio he now has Kanto Bluetooth bookshelf speakers and stays with the M50Xs for his headset. He finally switches out his desk to an ApexDesk standup desk which has cutouts for cable management and height memory controls and when he isn’t standing he sits at this setup with the GT Omega Racing chair.

Gaming Desk Four Gear

ApexDesk 71″
Sennheiser HD 650 Professional Headphone
SilverStone Headphone Hanger
Brainwavz Truss Hanger
Focusrite Scarlett Solo Studio
Corsair STRAFE RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
Logitech G900 Chaos
VIPAMZ Vipamz Extended Xxxl Gaming Mouse Pad
Philips Friends of Hue Lighting
Ergotech Freedom Arm
Western Digital WD 1TB
ORICO 4 Outlet Surge Protector
LG 38UC99-W 38-InchCurved UltraWide IPS Monitor

want to know which setup you like the best in the comments below and post a link to your own setup pictures so we can see what you got.

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