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Hey guys, me again, slowly taking over the Video Cards and Monitors board ( :bow: )

 

Im looking to buy a triple monitor stand, cause im removing the bezels for my 23" dell ultrasharps, but in doing so it means the stock stand wont hold it, and also a triple monitor stand will make it neater/easier to align etc

 

So here is a monitor i found i can get, with free delivery to my house

 

http://www.officeworks.com.au/retail/products/Technology/Monitors-and-Projectors/Monitor-Stands/COTS743#

 

$228 for a triple monitor stand seems pretty cheap, so im wondering if anyone has one thats the same.

 

According to the spec sheet, my monitors will fit in portrait, only just making up the minimum for distance apart though.

 

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It also goes by the name Selby MS743 as well as being rebranded to a Proluma stand as well.

 

So basically im just asking is there a decent triple monitor stand that is around 200-300

 

Thanks guys

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Go to umart they have s triple monitor stand and if you are modding your 24" dells as you say you are you will easy get the 3 in landscape if you do want otherwise you need to overlap bezels most often as its s tad tight for 24" models but perfect for 23" monitors.

 

Gazillia got one and there will be picks on his build thread of you can dig that up on occ.

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I went and bought 3 wall mounts for my monitors and they work great. Got them on sale to, 30 bucks for all 3.

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Go to umart they have s triple monitor stand and if you are modding your 24" dells as you say you are you will easy get the 3 in landscape if you do want otherwise you need to overlap bezels most often as its s tad tight for 24" models but perfect for 23" monitors.

 

Gazillia got one and there will be picks on his build thread of you can dig that up on occ.

 

Firstly my dells are 23", and im running them in portrait

 

I went and bought 3 wall mounts for my monitors and they work great. Got them on sale to, 30 bucks for all 3.

 

Hmm, ill see if wall mounts work, i can get some for 15 bucks each.

 

I am currently living at home, so ill see if im allowed to bolt 4 monitors into the wall before drilling, otherwise i may need to find alternate accommodation :lol:

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Firstly my dells are 23", and im running them in portrait

 

Hmm, ill see if wall mounts work, i can get some for 15 bucks each.

 

I am currently living at home, so ill see if im allowed to bolt 4 monitors into the wall before drilling, otherwise i may need to find alternate accommodation :lol:

Grab the wall mounts then and gab up a frame that sits at the right hight and angles for you that is built into your desk :)

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Grab the wall mounts then and gab up a frame that sits at the right hight and angles for you that is built into your desk :)

 

http://www.iibuy.com.au/brateck-lcd-wall-mount-arm-vesa-5075100mm-up-to-30_p9401.html?m1track=myshopping#myshopping&utm_source=myshopping&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=Monitor+Accessories&utm_term=Brateck+LCD+Wall+Mount+Arm+Vesa+50+75+100mm+up+to+30+Brateck

 

those things look fairly decent, can hold up to 30" monitors so my little 23" should be fine on them.

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Those should work fine and like Stoner said if you can't mount to the wall make a mounting bracket out of wood stained like your desk or if you have a scrap metal yard near you with a cull pile maybe you could get some steel to bolt together and mount to your desk

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