Posted by xSuperGirl (20 posts) -

So yeah this is my gaming set up, currently a student so I only have my bedroom to work with haha but I'm a small girl so I don't need lots of room, its really cosy and watching a movie with the lamp on is lush! My phat ps3 was originally 60gb but I changed the hard drive to 640gb which now is quite beautiful I must say! The laptop brand is Lenovo, its got 8gb of Ram and 750gb hard drive, not really used for gaming, the laptop was a gift from my father to help me with my 'studies'.

I thought it would be interesting for you guys to see a 'gamer girls' set up (I really hate that term 'gamer girl' *shudders*)

any questions or whatever, lemme knowwwww!

#1 Posted by xSuperGirl (20 posts) -

So yeah this is my gaming set up, currently a student so I only have my bedroom to work with haha but I'm a small girl so I don't need lots of room, its really cosy and watching a movie with the lamp on is lush! My phat ps3 was originally 60gb but I changed the hard drive to 640gb which now is quite beautiful I must say! The laptop brand is Lenovo, its got 8gb of Ram and 750gb hard drive, not really used for gaming, the laptop was a gift from my father to help me with my 'studies'.

I thought it would be interesting for you guys to see a 'gamer girls' set up (I really hate that term 'gamer girl' *shudders*)

any questions or whatever, lemme knowwwww!

#2 Posted by Sooty (8082 posts) -

didn't notice the lamp, that is some camouflage.

#3 Posted by Mcfart (1546 posts) -

A - Obvious that it's a girl's room. Way too clean.

B - I have that same fan model as you - HOW DO YOU DEAL WITH IT IT'S SO FUCKING NOISY!!!!!!!!?

C - nice stacked shelf o games

#4 Posted by JasonR86 (9604 posts) -

That is a lot of pink dude.

#5 Posted by DemiGodRaven (266 posts) -

That's the current set up, ps3 on top of minifridge, 50" TV, Cat, USb Mixer board to the right, and rock band drums since I'll try to play once a week. Those games aren't really organized since I keep a smaller queue on top of my headboard (which is offscreen, it has more shelves) that I tend to rotate through.

#6 Posted by Stefan (519 posts) -

nice chameleon lamp :-) 
 
nice setup, very tidy I must say. In comparison my setup is a mess due to the fact that I am constantly moving consoles on and off the tray to take them to friends or simply switch them. 
 
Some are hooked up to a 47" Philips TV: 
-Xbox 
-PS2 
-Dreamcast 
-PS3 
-SNES 
 
They are all connected to an S-Video switch and an Onkyo 5.1 AV-Receiver with Teufel Theater 1 speakers. 
 
My roommate recently moved out of the apartment and now I have the whole space to myself. So in her old 
room I am using an old SVGA projector, previously owned by my granddad :-P to play Kinect with friends. 
 
Additionally to the Xbox 360 I have another Xbox hooked up to the projector.  
 
I also have a desktop PC and a Notebook which I mostly use to surf and occasionally play League of Legends 
or some games on Steam.
 
I guess I am quite spoiled, since I am a student, too. I try to use all of the hardware as often as possible and 
love to have friends over, mostly to play some kinect, karaoke, jrpgs, racing games or beat'em ups.  

#7 Posted by 71Ranchero (2675 posts) -

@xSuperGirl: I used to have that same fan. I bought it to use for an original Playstation back when they used to skip like crazy (brand new out of the box) if you didnt have the system upside down and cooled by a fan. Ah....memories.

#8 Posted by SlapHappyJesus (120 posts) -

47" LED Vizio

PS2/Xbox/Xbox 360/Wii/PC (Not great for modern gaming. Mostly for older games and emulators)

Sony surround sound setup

Love the tv, and the surround sound still impresses after five years.