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# best table dimentions for gaming setup

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1 minute ago, M.R_KING said:

i was thinking of buying a new table with my own personal dimentions, so i was confused with the width of the table

do i make the table with 140 cm....160cm....180 cm or 200cm??

Get the size you find necessary for the stuff you will put on it.

1 minute ago, M.R_KING said:

or tell me is it will fit a dual monitors with the case and some space left

the monitors is 24 inches or 27 inches idk and the pc is in a mid tower case

but right now i have a 19 inch monitor and an laptop with a small table

24" 16:9 = 54+ cm wide*

27" 16:9 = 60+ cm wide*

19" 4:3 = 38+ cm wide*

* actual width depends on the size of the bezels (plastic borders) too.

A 'normal PC case' is usually around 20-27cm wide.

So for example:

Normal mid tower PC case (NZXT H500 as an example) + 2x 27":

21cm + 60cm + 60cm = 141cm (plus you'll want some extra room for spacing), meaning you'll want a 160cm table at the least.

i was thinking of buying a new table with my own personal dimentions

so i was confused with the width of the table

do i make the table with 140 cm....160cm....180 cm or 200cm??

note:(1 inch= 2.54 cm)

is the table will fit the pc and the dual monitors????

is it will fit  with an ultrawide monitor and pc??

you know what i mean all these questions are in my mind now so i'm very confused

anyone can help me decide which width i will choose for the table

the depth and the height is easy (depth:80cm...height:78 to 80cm)

or tell me is it will fit a dual monitors with the case and some space left

the monitors is 24 inches or 27 inches idk and the pc is in a mid tower case

i don't have a 24'' or 27'' monitor or even the pc right now

So you can say that I am planning for buy them in the future and i want a good table to fit all of them without problems

the first thing i will put in the table is the pc with a 24 inch monitor with another 19 inch monitor

so  keep that in you mind that this is the first thing i will put in the table

but right now i have a 19 inch monitor and an laptop with a small table

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Well I built my desk in high school woodshop and the tabletop is 3ft by 5ft....doesn't feel like enough for a triple monitor setup with the PC on the desk and forced to use a triple monitor stand in the corner of the desk( very awkward to use and actually returned the two monitors/stand to use it and set it back to normal). I did have a 29" ultrawide on the desk before and felt plenty with my rig on top as well.

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1 minute ago, M.R_KING said:

i was thinking of buying a new table with my own personal dimentions, so i was confused with the width of the table

do i make the table with 140 cm....160cm....180 cm or 200cm??

Get the size you find necessary for the stuff you will put on it.

1 minute ago, M.R_KING said:

or tell me is it will fit a dual monitors with the case and some space left

the monitors is 24 inches or 27 inches idk and the pc is in a mid tower case

but right now i have a 19 inch monitor and an laptop with a small table

24" 16:9 = 54+ cm wide*

27" 16:9 = 60+ cm wide*

19" 4:3 = 38+ cm wide*

* actual width depends on the size of the bezels (plastic borders) too.

A 'normal PC case' is usually around 20-27cm wide.

So for example:

Normal mid tower PC case (NZXT H500 as an example) + 2x 27":

21cm + 60cm + 60cm = 141cm (plus you'll want some extra room for spacing), meaning you'll want a 160cm table at the least.

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Sorry if my post seemed rude, that is never my intention.

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I have my computer on a small, side table one might see in a study or living room.

The monitor is on a larger table.

All you can do is measure the system and take it from there.

Though, surely, any modern desk will be more than sufficient?

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4 minutes ago, PeachGr said:

so you have a 140cm table and it fit the monitor with the case if you put it above the desk
so a 160 or 170cm table will fit the case with a dual montior

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9 minutes ago, M.R_KING said:

so you have a 140cm table and it fit the monitor with the case if you put it above the desk
so a 160 or 170cm table will fit the case with a dual montior

you can definetely fit the case on there, but the speakers take the most of space.
Also if you do dual monitor, you may think of vesa mount, there are some that have 2 monitor stands

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10 minutes ago, PeachGr said:

you can definetely fit the case on there, but the speakers take the most of space.
Also if you do dual monitor, you may think of vesa mount, there are some that have 2 monitor stands

maybe i will not put a speakers in the top of the table so it will fit the monitors with the case without problem

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15 minutes ago, PeachGr said:

you can definetely fit the case on there, but the speakers take the most of space.
Also if you do dual monitor, you may think of vesa mount, there are some that have 2 monitor stands

34 minutes ago, Maury Sells Wigs said:

I have my computer on a small, side table one might see in a study or living room.

The monitor is on a larger table.

All you can do is measure the system and take it from there.

Though, surely, any modern desk will be more than sufficient?

40 minutes ago, PeachGr said:

58 minutes ago, minibois said:

Get the size you find necessary for the stuff you will put on it.

24" 16:9 = 54+ cm wide*

27" 16:9 = 60+ cm wide*

19" 4:3 = 38+ cm wide*

* actual width depends on the size of the bezels (plastic borders) too.

A 'normal PC case' is usually around 20-27cm wide.

So for example:

Normal mid tower PC case (NZXT H500 as an example) + 2x 27":

21cm + 60cm + 60cm = 141cm (plus you'll want some extra room for spacing), meaning you'll want a 160cm table at the least.

59 minutes ago, CommanderAlex said:

Well I built my desk in high school woodshop and the tabletop is 3ft by 5ft....doesn't feel like enough for a triple monitor setup with the PC on the desk and forced to use a triple monitor stand in the corner of the desk( very awkward to use and actually returned the two monitors/stand to use it and set it back to normal). I did have a 29" ultrawide on the desk before and felt plenty with my rig on top as well.

i appreciate you

you can also check my other post about the tabletop color from here