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Pressnews.biz (Press Release) Dec 28, 2014
-- Computer game enthusiasts as well as those that enjoy playing console games know how important it is to have a gaming room, a place where one can focus on playing their favorite games without being disturbed. The main issue may be that the gaming room usually is the same as the bedroom. If this is the case, then we should just say “no more”. While a gaming room doesn’t have to be large, the bedroom furniture would certainly ruin the charm.
If any of us are up to date with the way in which some of the persons in the gaming industry design their gaming rooms, then we’ll certainly not want to stick to a regular monitor and a standard keyboard and mouse. Most gaming room ideas involve multiple monitors as well as multiple gaming keyboards and mice’s, but these are just the tip of the iceberg. Having our computer in the bedroom is not the best of ideas. After all, fitting a desk with multiple monitors in with our bedroom furniture might not be that easy. What’s most important about a gaming rig is what’s under the hood, what it is that powers the beast. If we intend to run some of the more recent releases when it comes to PC games, then we’ll want to make sure that we have a powerful processor, as well as a high end video card, maybe even two. However, running a SLI or Crossfire setup isn’t without its costs, with two video boards processing in parallel we’ll need a reliable power supply, as well as a computer case that can take the heat.
What is certain is that we won’t want a single rig, and we won’t want a single monitor. However, that’s not just because we might want to use two computers at a time, but because we might want to have our gaming partner right beside us, supporting us or challenging us to another hand to key duel. The craziest gaming room ideas are those that involve the most monitors. However, we shouldn’t forget about sound output. While most gamers will use headphones when playing their competitive games, we’ll certainly want a high fidelity playback system, preferably a 5.1 surround system that can engulf us in the atmosphere of the most RPG’s we’re bound to build our characters in. If we don’t have a dedicated gaming room, then we’ll have to consider turning the living room or half of the bedroom into one. Which one we will choose depends on how much space is available and how much bedroom furniture we have.
While it’s not really recommended, because of the limited space, most of us will be tempted to turn our bedroom into a multipurpose room. This may mean that our bedroom furniture will not consist of a bed, a small desk where we can write, and a closet for our clothes, but a bed, a small closet and multiple desks where our computer and console will be. We can try to integrate everything, but the odds are that it will still look more like a gaming room than a bedroom. Our best choice in this case would be to sacrifice part of the living room for our gaming room ideas. For more ideas on how to set up the various rooms of our home in the way we want we can check out the websites dedicated to bringing us the best of all worlds.
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