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So You’ve Got A Gaming PC. What Else Do You Need?

Most PC gamers will tell you that they love their rigs! It’s likely they’ll have built them from scratch. And they got them working to a particular specification.

All those hours of hard work constructing a gaming PC are worth the effort. As a PC gamer, you might be wondering what else you should do to enhance your gaming experience. From playing bingo to flat out action games, PC gaming is activity that many of us enjoy.

Believe it or not, most gamers forget about the furniture they use when playing games. Some just make do by using a bedside cabinet as a makeshift desk, for instance. Others fashion a gaming workstation out of upcycled materials.


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Yes, they are interesting ways to set up your gaming bubble in your home. But, it’s important to give some thought to improving the setup. Why? Because you don’t want to make yourself ill. Many gamers suffer from bad backs and aching wrists because of poor furniture choices.

If you want to avoid that happening to you, here’s what you should do:

Invest in a new desk

You need a dedicated space for PC gaming purposes. To achieve that goal, you need to choose the best desk for gaming. Don’t settle for second best. You should get something that looks great, matches your room’s styling and is durable.

The color and shape of the desk you select should be a personal decision. As such, I won’t recommend a particular one to you.

Add some sound deadening to your walls, ceiling, and floor

I don’t know about you, but I love to crank up the volume when I’m playing Call of Duty! It saddens me that sometimes I have to put my headphones on to keep as quiet as possible in my home. After all: the last thing I want is noise complaints from my neighbors!

In my case, I decided to gut the interior of my PC gaming room and add sound deadening. There are various ways to soundproof a room, so it just comes down to time and money. Be sure to use the best materials for the job. Otherwise, the effort will have been for nothing.

Fit some cool wall lights

You won’t always want to have the main lights on in your gaming room. Sure, you could get a cheap desk lamp if you want to minimize the light in your gaming area. But, it can have a bad effect on your eyes after a while.


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One solution that I advocate is to fit some LED wall lights. They are bright enough not to give you eye strain. But, they are darker than the main ceiling lights in your room.

Build a bucket chair

If you enjoy playing car racing games, this tip is for you! Have you ever thought about building a bucket chair for your gaming room? In a nutshell, it’s a real sports seat from a car that you attach to standard office chair legs.

It will give you the feeling of being in a real car. Especially if you use a joystick to control your vehicle in games!


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