This is my setup. While I show you all of my bedroom, I consider it all to be my setup. Anything I value and have put hard work into getting. Not to mention the fact that my entire bedroom just adds to the vibe of my setup, especially the Philips Hue RGB lights. I named my PC "Project: Xerneas" after the legendary Pokemon from Pokemon X. However, I plan on upgrading my PC in the near future, slowly switching it out part by part until I have fully upgraded it. So far the only upgrade I've made to it was that I swapped out a 128GB SSD for a 500GB SSD for my boot drive. Also, you'll occasionally see some Skylanders here and there, one of my most beloved childhood video games I've recently repurchased, and plan on expanding on. I love my bedroom and I hope you guys enjoy checking it out too! I have all of my items featured down below. If you see anything you like, then you can copy it and put it into Amazon, Newegg, Ikea.com, etc. and find what you want! Thanks for looking at my page.
Ikea Malm Brown-Black Desk
E-Win Calling Series Black and Grey Racing Gaming Chair
Project: Xerneas (PC) - AMD Ryzen 5 1600 (6 Core, 12 Thread, 3.2 GHz) CPU Asus ROG Strix Nvidia GTX 1060 6GB Graphics Card G-Skill Trident-Z RGB 16GB 3200MHz DDR4 RAM Asus ROG Strix Gaming B350-F Motherboard WD Blue 500GB M.2 SSD WD Blue 2TB 5400RPM HDD NZXT S340 Elite ATX Black and Blue Case Corsair CXM 550W 80+ Bronze Semi-Modular PSU 3x Corsair ML140 Black and Blue Case Fans 1x Corsair SP120 Black and Blue Case Fan Windows 10 Pro ( ^ Hardware List ONLY features these PC parts ^ )
Oculus Rift S VR Headset (w/ Sony MDR-XB50AP/L Blue Attatched Earbuds)
VR Accessories (AMVR Controller Grips, co2crea Hard Travel Case, 8x Panasonic Eneloop Pro Rechargable Batteries, Wall Mount, and Lens Cover, Not Pictured)
Logitech PS3 Driving Force GT Racing Wheel (w/ Next Level Racing Mounting Stand, Purchased for VR but works with anything, Not Pictured)
HP 22CWA 21.5in 1920x1080 60Hz IPS Monitor
MSI MAG241C 24in 1920x1080 144Hz VA Curved Monitor
I upgraded my boot drive from a 128GB SanDisk M.2 SSD to a 500GB WD Blue M.2 SSD. I am now using my 128GB drive for priority or favorite games that might benefit from being installed on an SSD, which I connected via an M.2 to SATA adapter.
New Network Connection
After a long and hard struggle, I no longer have to use WiFi or Powerline and now have a Cat6 ethernet cable running from the home router, into a 5 port unmanaged switch from TP-Link. Port 1 is from the home router. Port 2 is to my PC. Port 3 is to my Xbox One S. Port 4 is to my Wireless Access Point for my laptop, cellphone, and Echo. Port 5 is to my Philips Hue smart lighting hub.
I plan on upgrading my whole PC one part at a time. My first goal is to eliminate the strict "Blue" theme that is unchangeable due to my solid blue case fans and case. I then plan on upgrading everything else to make it more powerful. I also am working on getting an Oculus Rift S some time soon.
Getting Rid of SSD Game Drive
I am getting rid of my old SanDisk 128GB M.2 SSD for a friend who is getting his first PC. Goodbye fast game speeds . I know he will enjoy it though! I'm so excited for him!