Reddit mentions of VIVO Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 /Two Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002)

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VIVO Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 /Two Screens up to 27
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  • Fits 13" To 27" Screens - Dual monitor mount fitting two screens 13” to 27” in size and 22 lbs in weight each with VESA 75x75mm or 100x100mm backside mounting holes.
  • Articulation & Height Adjustment - Adjustable arm offers +90° to -90° tilt, 180° swivel, 360° rotation, and height adjustment along the center pole. Monitors can be placed in portrait or landscape orientation.
  • Heavy Duty C-Clamp - Mounts to the back of your desk (up to 4” thick) via a heavy-duty C-clamp or optional grommet mount.
  • Integrated Cable Management - Keep your power and AV cables clean and organized with detachable cable clips on the arms and center pole.
  • Easy Installation - Mounting your monitors is a simple process with detachable VESA bracket plates. We provide the necessary hardware and instructions for assembly.
Height5.3 Inches
Length24.2 Inches
Size17" Pole
Width12.5 Inches

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Found 384 comments on VIVO Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 /Two Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002):

u/pumpkin_seed_oil · 196 pointsr/virtualreality

OP: 4 HMDs neatly organized on the wall


Also OP: Box as monitor stand

edit: Meme-ish comments get so much attention. Let me take the opportunity to link to one of these desk attached monitor stands with VESA mount. Got one for 20€ and they're worth it

u/Steeps5 · 31 pointsr/buildapc

$150?? Where are you shopping for these?

Best monitor mount you'll ever need for $45:

Tilt, swivel, rotate, and you adjust the height of the arms.

Edit: Alright, so there are other circumstances where this won't be the best ever, but it's a much better value than spending $150 to mount monitors.

u/MamaTran · 28 pointsr/battlestations
Parts List & More

Case|IN WIN 101 Mid Tower High Air Flow Gaming Case w/ Tempered Glass Full Size Window (White)
CPU|Intel® Core™ Processor i7-7700K 4.20GHZ 8MB Intel Smart Cache LGA1151 (Kaby Lake)
Case Fan|3x 120mm AZZA Hurricane RGB Fans
CPU Cooler|Thermaltake Floe Riing RGB 240mm Premium Edition Liquid CPU Cooling System w/ Copper Cold Plate (2 x Standard 120MM Fans)
SSD|240GB WD Green Series SATA-III 6 SSD
HDD|Seagate 3TB 64MB Cache 7200RPM SATA III 6.0Gb/s
RAM|XPG Z1 Gaming Series 16GB DDR4-3000 Dual Channel DDR4 Kit, CL16 (2x 8GB), White
Motherboard|ASUS ROG Strix Z270E Gaming ATX w/ RGB, USB 3.1, 3 PCIe x16, 4 PCIe x1, 6 SATA3, 2 M.2 SATA/PCIe
OS|Windows 10 Home (64-bit Edition)
Power Supply|600 Watts - Standard 80 Plus Certified Power Supply - SLI/CrossFireX Ready
Video Card|GeForce® GTX 1060 3GB GDDR5
Monitor|Dell S2415h 24-Inch x 3
Monitor Stand|VIVO Single Stand & VIVO Dual Stand
Headset|Steelseries Arctis 7
Headset Stand|Avantree Universal Aluminum Desk Headphone Stand Hanger with Cable Holder
Keyboard|Logitech K780 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard
Mouse|Logitech MX Master 2S Wireless Mouse (White)
Webcam|Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920
Plants|Artificial Plants, Amyhomie Set of 4 Mini Fake Succulent Plants
Desk|98x1 1/8" EKBACKEN Kitchen Counter Top resting on two White ALEX Drawers. There's also two OLOV White Adjustable Legs underneath for support.
Laptop|Apple 13" MacBook Air 256GB SSD 2015 Model
Laptop Stand|Vertical Laptop Stand Holder by MOTONG
Laptop Skin|Solid State White Skin by DecalGirl
Mini Fridge|Danby DAR017A3WDB Contemporary Classic Compact All Refrigerator, White
Lamp|Studio Designs 12024 Swing Arm Lamp, 13-watt, White
Lamp Bulb|TP-Link Multicolour Smart LED Bulb
Wallpaper|Nathan Nyx on ArtStation
Wall Scrolls|Tokyo Ghoul, No Game No Life, Attack On Titan, Seven Deadly Sins
Console|Nintendo Switch - Gray Joy-Con
Console Skin|Solid State White by DecalGirl
Controller|Nintendo Switch Pro Controller
Cable Management|Reusable Velcro Cable Ties, 2 x White Cable Raceway Channels, and 2 x White Cable Box
USB Charger|RAVPower 60W 12 A 6-Port USB Charger
Router|Linksys Velop Tri-band Whole Home WiFi Mesh System 2-Pack
Trash Bin|FILUR (White)
u/Mr_Fancywaters · 16 pointsr/battlestations

This one. Solid as a rock, I love it

u/Bitcoin0 · 16 pointsr/buildapc

I like this, getting a 27" primary and a smaller secondary for side screen and multitasking is great, Can also mount both with something like this

u/davitzo18 · 14 pointsr/macsetups


S4 mini nfc

Macbook pro 15" 2018



Dell s2716dg (left)

LG Ultrafine 5k 27"

Monitor arm:



Apple homepod space grey



Logitech K280e



Logitech g305



Hp omen 300

u/LeninLinen · 12 pointsr/battlestations

Vivo monitor mount from Amazon!

I definitely would recommend it if you want a cheap and sturdy mount; it hasn't failed me so far. :) I'm planning on getting a full swivel arm mount in the future though.

u/xhitz · 11 pointsr/battlestations

It’s been great so far. VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk...

u/bmbhomie · 10 pointsr/battlestations

I'm using the VIVO Dual Monitor Desk Mount. It's really well made for the price!

u/Cyanide__sk · 9 pointsr/buildapc

I recommend a dual monitor stands it will free up some desk space and you can adjust the heights of both of them. Once you go dual monitors you can't go back.
Like this
VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 / Two Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002)
Not sure if this one will work with your sizes but something like this

u/helmsdeep24 · 8 pointsr/buildapc

VIVO Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 /Two Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002) I've had this for 1 month and no complaints so far you do have to assemble yourself

u/Sierra_One · 7 pointsr/battlestations




  • Dell 34" 1440p. U3415W
  • Dell 24" 1200p. U2415
  • Vivo Dual LCD LED Monitor arm -


  • Keyboard: Coolermaster Masterkeys Pro S
  • Mouse: Corsair M65 Elite
  • Xbox Elite controller & design labs abyss stand
  • Headset: Sennheiser PC373D
  • Saitek x52 Pro flight controllers
  • CH Products Pro Pedals
  • (also pictured is Microsoft Surface headphones, those are for work & commute)


  • Case - Corsair 570x Black
  • Fans: 6x Corsair LL120
    • Annoyingly, these cannot go full white! Their white is very blue. I have them set to some brown which turns out white. No idea how/why.
  • Mobo: ASUS ROG Maximus VII Hero Alpha
    • These names are almost as long as Danerys' and all her titles
  • CPU: Intel 6700k
  • GPU: ASUS ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1080TI
  • RAM: 2x8GB Corsair low profile
    • tempted to make this RGB... and set it to white.
  • Cooler: Corsair H100i v2
  • Storage: 1x 500GB Samsung SSD, 1x 2TB Micron SSD


  • Nanoleaf panels
  • Philips Hue light strip


  • Finn 58" wood metal desk.
    • the middle left shelf was custom built.
    • keyboard tray is from Amazon. I had my keyboard and mouse on it for a bit, but went back to desktop. Convenient for eating at my desk though.
    • this desk has crazy wobble front and back. Makes it hard to recommend getting it. I am still trying to find a way to brace it.
u/Baron_Von_D · 6 pointsr/pathofexile

The devs at Amazon would also do stuff like this. They also would do the trick with throwing a cheap Ikea coffee table on your desk to make a standing desk. Screw in a keyboard tray or shelf and it's the perfect height.
Just as long as you were in places that didn't have external client's walking through, nobody really cared. I mean, look how often you see people using reams of paper and/or thin boxes stacked up for monitor stands. I had to remind them we were Amazon and could just buy a stand or monitor arm.

u/kilipena · 6 pointsr/macsetups

I bought mine off of as I'm located in Finland, but I'm fairly certain this is the same product (minus one monitor arm).

Edit. I removed the second monitor arm myself

u/nolongerilurk · 6 pointsr/buildapcsales

I have two of these. One at work and one at home. Mine are slightly different (I got this one). Both have 2 24 inch monitors on them. Pretty awesome product. I always laugh when people spend hundreds on crappy plastic mounts that take up half of their desk space; this takes up about 3 square inches..

u/jjohnson338 · 5 pointsr/battlestations

Sure thing!

It's a lot sturdier than I thought it would be. I'd recommend this product to anyone.

u/DrunkenSavior · 5 pointsr/battlestations

Not 100% sure, but I think it's this. I have one too. It's pretty nice.

u/joshwashere · 5 pointsr/Monitors

The left monitor in the picture is not ultrawide... It's a standard 16:9 24" in portrait.

This is the mount i use.

u/Inline_6ix · 5 pointsr/battlestations

Auto mod deleted this because I added bitly links.

My cable management and PC:

i7 6800k overclocked to 4.3 GHz

980 Ti, overclocked to whatever the max is

32 GB 2400MHz RAM

750 W power supply

512 GB SSD

2 x 360 rad water cooling loop

Pretty much all parts were bought second hand. I build this computer approximately 2 years ago, that's why it had outdated parts.

EDIT: Wallpaper

Monitor arm




u/thugIyf3 · 5 pointsr/battlestations

Hmm I think this is a good game to play. I would like to open this up to everyone and have them comment on the exact model of what I have in my picture. I'll edit my post with the confirmation and links of what everything is. Clues: look at old version of my battle stations


Laptop: [Dell XPS 15 L521X] ( [System Specs] (

Laptop Stand: [Cooler Master Ergostand] (

Webcam: [Logitech C/B 910] (

Speakers: [2 pair of Dayton B652] (

Keyboard: [CM Storm Trigger Black Switches] (

Mouse: [Anker Gaming Mouse] (

USB Hub: [Anker 13 port USB 3.0 hub] (

Computer screens: [2 of LGE2242] (

Monitor Mount: [Vivo Monitor Stand] (

Receiver: [JVC 703VBK] (

Hexagonal device: [Moto Stream] (

Subwoofer: [Yamaha YST-SW012] (

Headphones: [Monoprice 108323] (

Hard drive: [Seagate 3TB expansion drive] (

Cased device on top of hard drive: [Raspberry Pi B] (

Chair (this is a hard one): I forget

u/blitzduck · 5 pointsr/battlestations

PC Specs

CPU: Intel Core i5 9600K (OC'd to 4.3GHz)

GPU: GeForce RTX 2060

RAM: G.Skill Aegis 2 x 8GB 3000MHz

MOTHERBOARD: ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming 4

PSU: Seasonic G Series 550W ATX Semi-Modular Power Supply - 80 PLUS GOLD Certified

CASE: Phantek P300

STORAGE: 480GB SSD + 250GB Samsung EVO SSD + 1TB Barracuda HDD

Links for (almost) everything

MONITORS: $230 for the Asus, $120 for the LG


CORSAIR K63 COMPACT: $45 (got it on sale)







IKEA DESK: $40 per stand, $30 for table top, total $110

CHAIR: $90 (crappy Walmart brand. Does the trick but wouldn't recommend)






u/EternalNinja0 · 5 pointsr/battlestations

I would run my cables along the mount too, but the damn DVI cables are too short.

Dual Monitor Mount:


My desk is also pretty dirty. The photo really emphasizes the marks haha

u/jessejericho · 4 pointsr/pcmasterrace

I have two of them, can confirm they are great. This is the .CA listing:

u/trendyhandle · 4 pointsr/shittybattlestations

Surprisingly it's just the way the desk is constructed. There isn't enough lip on the back to clamp the mount. (Amazon link shows pictures of the shitty clampy bit.)

But yeah, I was definitely too lazy to move more things at that point.

u/_MarkPatrick · 4 pointsr/DJs

Lets you experience a club like environment at home without pissing off the neighbours. Also good for movies and PS4.

I received this as a belated Christmas present last year as i didn't want or need anything at the time. Easily the best thing i never knew i needed in my life.


I've also just bought a dual monitor desk mount stand, flipped it so it tilts back and attached a tray to hold my controller and Kontrol X1. To finish I then put an additional monitor mount to the top for actually mounting a monitor (I know, crazy right, who does that?!) for viewing Rekordbox. Overall fairly stable and extremely easy to adjust the height to suit.

u/404forlife · 4 pointsr/macsetups
u/m1g1d · 4 pointsr/buildapcsales

This one, I bought the 2 today for work. The one I have now is on my gaming computer. I figure, once I'm ready to step up to the triple monitor setup at least I'll now have 3 of the same!

u/jonecat · 3 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

Here you go my friend:

I got it about 2 months ago and it has been great so far.

u/MistaHiggins · 3 pointsr/buildapcsales

They’re not actually that expensive. I bought one for $30 on amazon because I needed my desk space back. The initial cost is only big when you need something like an ergotron, but even then I bought a similar adjustable stand for $40 on eBay for my work monitors.

u/kanickkanack · 3 pointsr/battlestations

Here's the monitor arm, it's kind of a budget one. I would have preferred one that had independent arms so you could adjust the height of each monitor independently.

u/LethalBacon · 3 pointsr/AverageBattlestations

A bit of a budget setup, but I am finally extremely happy with it. PC running R7 370 and 1090T. Still handles most games fine on med-high, but hopefully upgrading in about a year.

After the picture was taken I moved the mount about 8 inches to the left. There is a bracket in the middle of my desk that prevents it from being perfectly centered. Any suggestions for what to do next? Mouse upgrade is probably most practical - I've been using a $20 'gaming' mouse for about a year.

Monitor - Found out after I got it that if you keep an eye out it occasionally drops to just over $200.



u/EEfoLife · 3 pointsr/AskEngineers

This is what I got. Works wonders when sitting all day.

Also, get a dual monitor mount to clear up desk space.

u/sitefall · 3 pointsr/buildapcsales

Vesa mount at my home is just a clamp and a rod with 2 arms. Cost me like $30 total and it's been in use for 5 years or more now. Picked another one like it up off craigslist for $15

Not as fancy as the ergotron but accomplishes the same goal and is rock solid, I don't think it will ever break and I've mounted all sorts of crap to it over the years.

u/iFowlr · 3 pointsr/pcmasterrace

VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 / Two Screens up to 27"

u/HMWWaWChChIaWChCChW · 3 pointsr/taxpros
u/Wildeface · 3 pointsr/battlestations

Monitors are Acer VG271 and XF270HUA.

VIVO Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 /Two Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002)

Desk is the Karlby IKEA kitchen countertop on Alex drawers 74x1 1/2 ".

u/WHAT_IS_SHAME · 3 pointsr/pcmasterrace

It looks like you've gotten a couple people's advice already, but I figured I'd toss in some of my own just in case! My workplace started cheaping out and getting monitor stands like that, and they would always be uneven like that. For reference, this is like what we were buying.

To mount them, you mount the vesa adapter first, then slide it down on a little plate with a bolt coming through the top. Is this the same for yours? If so, this is what fixes it for me.

The bolt that sticks through the top (on the plate attached to the arm, that the vesa adapter slides on to) can be turned. this adjusts the height of the monitor on the stand. Usually now when I set one up, I see which is lower and turn that one as far up as it'll go, which usually makes it even. You might be having the opposite problem though.

Sorry if this doesn't apply to your model or if it's something you've already tried. Figured it would be worth a shot!

u/frosty374 · 3 pointsr/Battletops

A two monitor stand is $30 and may save you some severe neck pain. I have this one and I think its a great value

u/im_a_fancy_man · 3 pointsr/battlestations

I got kicked out of /r/CableManagement even tho some people liked it there. Original Post

Even though I buy and build PC's for a living, I don't have a fancy water cooled setup at home. But this is my desk, it gets the job done. I recently cleaned up all the cables so thought some people would enjoy that. I could have hid the power cable but I don't like tying those up.

Ready for the cool part? This is an Ikea desk, firs thing I did was threw out all the hardware and used velcro to fasten the legs to the desk. Zero issues for 6+ months. The parts from Ikea I used were: ($100) ($119)

I used zip ties + velcro ties to fasten the cables and a small speaker under the desk.

The monitor arm I use is good old Vivo from Amazon for $29..I've been using these for probably 4-5 years, and have purchased about a dozen of them.

This is the speaker that is zipped under the desk: ($29)

The PC is self-built. Its a generic Mini ATX case, 6th gen i7, 16GB of Corsair 2400, a 128 Patriot SSD and a 2TB HDD, it also has an EVGA 1070 video card which is really overkill for what I do.

Last cool part - the case is equipped with a 5.25" "drawer" in place of DVD drive. Perfect for spare USB drives, a few pens, etc to keep the desk clean. ($10)

u/kaje · 3 pointsr/buildapc

I used to have my two 27" monitors on a single mount like this.

I now have them on individual mounts similar to this.

I have way more options for adjusting them now. I can kick back, put my feet up on my desk, and pull my main monitor forward to a position where it's still comfortable to look at it.

u/cameronisher3 · 3 pointsr/buildapcforme

Disclaimer: I dont know shit about graphic design and what it wants in a pc, so I kinda just went for a consumer workstation pc.

So we start off with the CPU, its the ryzen 2700x, I selected this cpu for its 8 cores and superior workstation capabilities to anything on intels current consumer platform.

For the GPU I went with an rtx 2080, 1. Because it's a pretty damn good card 2. In the future programs will start supporting its ray tracing and that could be beneficial for your wife.

For ram I went with 32 gigs just so any programs she uses could have plenty if need be. It is also rgb.

These monitors are 4k 60hz, which the 2080 could do in most easier to run games. I went with these monitors because of their good price and pretty good reviews.

For storage there isnt a moving piece in sight, you've got a 1tb nvme ssd, and a 2tb sata ssd.
These will allow for quicker load times.

The case I chose has plenty of airflow and a window to admire your the rgb (if that's her thing).

I included some not bad case fans that'll serve you well, they are also rgb.

For the peripherals i chose a razer deathadder (I have personal experience with this mouse and find it very comfortable and nice to use), a razer huntsman elite keyboard (this keyboard has been getting awesome reviews and includes a wrist rest), I also threw in some well reviewed headphones in case she needed those.

The OS is just standard windows 10.

I hope that's all good for you, heres the system

Edit: forgot you also wanted a monitor mount, here you go

u/Handsdowndopestdope · 3 pointsr/battlestations

I've got two of these desks. One of them has two holes. One hole was caused by a dual monitor stand. The surface area on the top of the stand is small. I was trying to adjust something on the back of the monitors and i guess it was a little too much pressure for the desk, and the stand caved in. The desk is sort of hollow. I think the inside is like a cardboard honeycomb design, so not very strong.

Second hole was from me slamming down a fist in a programming rage quit.

edit: whoops. I was thinking the Linnmon. dont get the linnmon

u/AnotherAssHat · 3 pointsr/buildapc

Check if your monitor VESA compatible and it widens your options a bit past OEM stuff.
Brand new stands can be found on Amazon for $30.

Desk stand like this for $25

Or dual arms like this for $30

Keep an eye on a few of them and they usually go on sale from time to time for even less.

u/TallGuyJosh · 3 pointsr/battlestations

Are you using either this or this? If so, how did you mount one monitor above the other? I have both, but my three monitors are all mounted side by side. I'd like to put my vertical mounted monitor on top of my middle monitor though.

u/RE4LIZER · 3 pointsr/battlestations

He may be using one similar to mine. Rotates and moves when you want it, stays put when you don't. No independent height adjustment though.

u/noelbejoogin · 3 pointsr/pcmasterrace

VIVO Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 /Two Screens upto 27" (STAND-V002)

u/mistermooner · 3 pointsr/battlestations

VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 / Two Screens up to 27"

u/meowffins · 2 pointsr/buildapc

You just made it sound like there's nothing better than the cheapo arm and that spending $150 is as ridiculous as apple priced products.

> Best monitor mount you'll ever need for $45:

I would say they are very good value at that price, but there is a TON of room to go higher. As opposed to mousepads, where the ceiling is much lower. You have some different materials and textures to suit different uses but they're all about the same price.

u/ImFrom1988 · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Agreed. If you got a desk mount that attached to the rear of your desk you could probably fit two monitors at some point if you pushed your tower flush with the wall. I've been using:

for the last year or so and I've been really happy with it. It has clips to secure your cables and allows for you to adjust your monitor pretty much infinitely on an xyz plane.

u/Cunorix · 2 pointsr/battlestations
This is the stand. It mounts to the table and has articulating arms and cable clips. It's pretty awesome and I'm very happy with it.

u/newestchallenger · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Looks like its this one. I have it myself and it holds 2 24 inch IPS panels no problem. Its really steady too, no shaking.

u/liquidcooledpotato · 2 pointsr/AverageBattlestations

This is what I used for dual 23.4'' screens, it's very sturdy but takes up little desk space.

u/itsculturehero · 2 pointsr/battlestations


Edit: to clarify, OP, I had my set up just like yours, and then bought this and it's made such a huge difference in both desk space and the overall look of my battlestation. 10/10 highly recommend!

u/jakob_35 · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Just ordered this desk mount, love it so far. Pretty solid construction.

Ordered this chair as well, haven't gotten it yet but is a pretty solid price.

u/DevIceMan · 2 pointsr/cscareerquestions

> How do you get a broken arm from a computer?

If you actually want an answer: One of my coworkers at my last job broke his leg (or ankle) while on a workplace sponsored scavenger hunt. Supposedly, at the company I currently work at, it's typical for someone to be injured at their annual event which includes a bunch of small competitive physical games.

> What I meant was tendonitis, RSI, nerve damage, stress, posture problems, fibromyalgia, and so on.

That's why I asked. :)

Posture: I've been doing a standing desk for over 2 years, without any sitting. It's quite painful the first 2 months, but now I barely notice it. If you do a standing desk, make sure to get a good standing mat. Speaking from experience, I can currently stand 16+ hours a day with a standing mat, but can't really stand much beyond an hour without.

The cheapest standing desks are simply desks that are at standing height and don't move. If you want to sit occasionally, get a bar-stool. I've also used those utility shelves you find at hardware stores, with slots so you can set shelf-height every inch, which is an easy way to get one lesss than $100 (although they're not "pretty").

Most monitors have mounting screw holes on the back (typically called VESA mount) spaced at fixed sizes like 100mm. I'm a huge fan of this style of monitor mount [link], as it frees up a lot of desk space (and they're inexpensive too). Make sure to check the height of the support bar if yo get one of these, or the height of any monitor stand you might get to ensure it actually gets your monitor up to eye level.

Also, in terms of expense of equipment, I invest money in my own equipment (and success). Begging employers is a tedious process, and we're generally paid well as software engineers that we can afford it. If I ever switch employers, I take all that with me. The two things I don't buy are computers or software licenses. Otherwise, I absolutely will buy keyboard, mouse, standing desk, better monitor (4k!), standing mat, and a bunch of other things. I believe you eventually make that investment back in monetary value of raises you'll get (though you may have to job-hop occasionally to cash that in) - but also the benefits like better posture, and simply being confortable those 8+ hours per day you work (versus uncomfortable 8 hours per day).

u/xqwtz · 2 pointsr/battlestations


it's been great, really heavy duty.

u/BaghdadAssUp · 2 pointsr/battlestations

I have a 78" counter and it's like 1" thick. I have the same drawers as the OP including the positioning and everything. I bought this VIVO mount stand, would it flex my counter if it's slightly to the left of middle? I want to have one of my screens be centered while the other screen will be to the left of it.

u/Thefritz01 · 2 pointsr/battlestations

They are individually adjustable.. not as much as I would like, but the mount was only $30 from Amazon.

u/Dzimm666 · 2 pointsr/battlestations

THANKS! I'm using a vivo dual monitor stand i got on amazon. It's not expensive but very sturdy

u/avboden · 2 pointsr/aww

this one for $30 can't be beat. Quite strong, that's a 24" and a 27". Hinges are pretty easily adjustable, only annoying part is you can't adjust the height easily without taking the monitors off since it's a single big clamp on the main post, with the monitors on it's a bit heavy to loosen and try to lower carefully. Upside is the monitors have a quick release from it.

u/Heosphoros · 2 pointsr/bapccanada

I've been using this and would greatly recomend the brand. Very sturdy.

I believe they do make 3 panel mounts.

u/wmtonos · 2 pointsr/battlestations

The amazon bestseller -- They are cheap but get the job done.

u/WolfOfAsgaard · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Maybe something like this. Though you'd have to attach it to an end table or something.

u/element4life3 · 2 pointsr/gamingpc

Here it is! It has worked perfect for me. I have had no issues with it!

u/cherchezlafemmed · 2 pointsr/ChronicPain

Sure thing; here's the amazon link to the table:

I wanted one with the rubber 'lip' around the rim to help keep things from sliding off as I have it tilted.

I also have dual monitors on this stand that's clamped onto the table:

Quick photo in action:

u/t8nlink · 2 pointsr/battlestations

No worries! Here is a link to the monitor stand. If by deep you mean length; it's 74.5 but also comes in 98.5.

u/3agl · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

I have [this](
) dual monitor stand. It's a little flimsy but it does stay put pretty well, but whatever you get, I'd suggest a desk mounted one. It reeeeeally improves how much desk space you have.

u/baitboy3191 · 2 pointsr/battlestations

VIVO dual lcd monitor desk mount: here is the link if your interested.

great price and superb build quality and its super adjustable.

u/LUL_I_PRESSED_R · 2 pointsr/battlestations

This is the one I bought. Just set it all up and it's super high quality. The arms are really stiff and u can adjust the tightness so you don't have to worry about drooping.

u/moredrinksplease · 2 pointsr/editors

I thought the same but I strongly suggest grabbing one of these or something similar.

So much more desk room while still having what you need!

u/therealbzb · 2 pointsr/battlestations


u/TheDapperMob · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Here is the stand. I completely recommend it if you're in the market for one! Only $45, easy to install, looks nice, and completely stable. This is the chair. It's good for kicking back. I do have an upright office chair as well when I need to get serious.

u/patroniton · 2 pointsr/Monitors

I think it all depends on how the stands hook the monitor up to the actual stand. I think mine's just a hook-like design like you're describing and I think it would work for your use case (not at home atm so I can't confirm).

This is the mount I have at home. The X looking parts have a top hook that goes into the stand bit and then has the one screw that you can see in the middle of the top X part that helps hold it in place.

u/azurena · 2 pointsr/battlestations

VIVO Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 /Two Screens upto 27" (STAND-V002)

This one should fit your needs. I would also recommend that you clean up the wires a bit because you have too nice and desk and setup to have messy wire management. Lol

u/Jemunoz · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Man, what I would do with that extra frame buffer. Would love to get an upgrade to match the looks and lay my old boy to rest. Thanks for the chance!!

u/TheTrufeisHere · 2 pointsr/battlestations

VIVO Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 /Two Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002)

u/erikweir · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Lol sorry dude

VIVO Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount...

u/Sefku · 2 pointsr/BuildAPCSalesMeta

I would take a look at Vivo monitor stands/mounts on Amazon. Great quality for a good price.

u/moldyshoe · 2 pointsr/battlestations

With this you can get away with one 34 inch ultrawide and one 17-19 inch monitor. Any larger than that then you might try this. Apparently you can use two 34 inch monitors with them just fine and it's what I plan on using in the future.

Another solution you can try is installing just one arm for your second monitor and aligning it with your primary or what have you. Good luck dude

u/SURPLUS_NiNjA · 2 pointsr/audiophile

You could bolt a wall mount to a piece of wood and then get a cheap clamp and clamp the wood to your desk or just bolt the wall mount to your desk.

Or you could get this and just bolt it to something and bolt the speakers to that

Can't imagine either of these are going to cut down on vibrations like you might want but they would get them to the right height without paying $350.

Like the other guy said floor stands probably the way to go though.

u/dnle4 · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Invest in dual monitor stand! It will clear up plenty of space! There are cheap ones on amazon that are nice

u/mysterio4 · 2 pointsr/buildapc

VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 / Two Screens up to 27"

I use this one right now it’s great

u/CharlieTango92 · 2 pointsr/buildapc

2 questions for this monday morning:

  1. Dual monitor stand recommendations? Seems like both Mount It! and VIVO are good - i want something where each arm is individually adjustable. Clamp style is preferred but the option to have a stand would be nice too. I have two u2414h's to mount. Is one clearly better than another? Looking at this VIVO and this mount it! - is one better than another or do any of you have recommendations?

  2. RAM timings - i've got 2x8gb G.SKILL TridentX 1866 DDR3 sticks, and a 4790k. According to PCPartPicker, these exceed the Haswell recommendation of 1.5v, and will be downclocked. Should i return and get something like the 1866 snipers, which are cheaper, or will i be fine?

u/PM_me_yur_big_toe · 2 pointsr/GlobalOffensive

Had the exact same problem as you. Got one of these about a month ago and love it.

u/brian0306 · 2 pointsr/battlestations

This guy - VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk Mount Stand with C-clamp and Bolt-Through Grommet Options | Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable Arms Hold 2 Screens up to 27 inches (STAND-V002)

u/blackcrawler · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Paint : 45 Dollars

Dual monitor Arm : 35 Dollars

Drill a hole in your desk : 0 Dollar

Cable cover : 15 Dollars

Cable straps : 8 Dollars

Cable sleeve : 9 Dollars


Double sided tape : 6 Dollars

Total cost : 118 Dollars

You're right i'm waaaaaay off my estimated price, it's about half the price i thought it would be.

I'm sorry dude I just gave my opinion on how to easily improve the aesthetic of your setup but you clearly don't really care about it, then again why post on this sub reddit then ?

u/jceeee · 2 pointsr/battlestations

VIVO Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 /Two Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002)


u/AverageDeadMeme · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

If you want to improve your setup try getting one of these VIVO Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 /Two Screens upto 27" (STAND-V002) (I'm on mobile pls don't kill me for not hyper linking it) also what desk do you have? I'm planning on getting a new one and yours is looking nice

u/chunkukdo · 2 pointsr/buildapc

This is some of the cheaper options

The second one comes with a lot of cables.

Get one of these monitor mounts if it fits in your budget, I have a triple one and it is wonderful!

u/lerhond · 2 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

There are monitor mounts which won't require and drilling, like this one for example: (random one found on Amazon, not a recommendation).

u/hfiggs · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Do you just mean side by side? There's this on Amazon for $33 and it has really good reviews.

u/1CheeseBall1 · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Get two of these bad boys. It's the second iteration, and they got everything right. And the price is hard to argue with. I've got one first gen and a second gen on my desk (4 monitors total).

Your back/neck will thank you.

VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2/Two Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002)

u/Shadowstalker75 · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

I got this for dual 27”.

VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk Mount Stand with C-clamp and Bolt-Through Grommet Options | Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable Arms Hold Two (2) Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002)

u/Jedi_Pacman · 2 pointsr/pcgaming

I use both for gaming depending on what game I'm playing, but the monitor arm stand I'm using lets me swivel the monitor out and reposition it which makes it easy to put center it in front of me.

u/bgunn925 · 2 pointsr/buildapcsales

Are you sure you bought that exact one? Because it absolutely has VESA compatibility -- it is literally only VESA-compatible.

Also, as you can see from the diagram, it is quite adjustable. In fact, both items have the exact same set of rotational axes -- the only thing that could vary between the two are the angles through which each axis rotates and the length of the arms. The Monoprice mount must have longer arms, if it's able to hold 34" monitors, making it more adjustable. But to say one is much more adjustable than the other seems over-dramatic. Something like this would be much less adjustable.

Also, some of the adjustable screws are concealed by plastic casings. They easily pop off, allowing access to adjust them, but the instruction manual failed to mention their existence. I only knew to look for them because I saw them referenced in a review. Perhaps, because the instruction manual doesn't mention them, you weren't aware of these extra adjustable parameters and misinterpreted the mount as less adjustable than it really is?

I have this one, which is the single-arm version of the one I linked above and I think it is very well-built/sturdy. The Monoprice is probably sturdier -- it would need to be, in order to hold more weight. If you need to mount something bigger than 27", definitely go with the Monoprice. But I have used the North Bayou mount to mount a XB270HU, XB271HU, XG2703-GS, and an older/heavier LG monitor -- all of which are 27" -- and the mount is rock-solid.

I'm not saying that the North Bayou is better than the Monoprice -- I've never used a Monoprice monitor mount and can't make that comparison. In fact, I would assume the Monoprice is better, since it can hold larger monitors. But the Monoprice is more expensive and, for me, the cheapest shipping is $12.19, bringing the total cost to $63.38, before tax. The North Bayou mount is only $38.16, before tax, making it $25 / 40% cheaper, and comes from Amazon. In my own experience, it is very sturdy and highly adjustable -- if my 27" monitors are being sturdily held in place and can be adjusted through any of the positions I'd realistically use, I don't think I'd gain anything from spending the extra cash.

I just want to make the distinction to anybody reading this that, even though the Monoprice mount might be a little sturdier/more adjustable, the North Bayou is absolutely more than adequate and is a crowd-favorite on r/buildapcsales (search through the previous listings, everyone speaks very highly of them and considers them to be exceptional quality for the price, including myself). Everyone is entitled to their own opinions but, if you're only mounting 27" monitors or smaller, the North Bayou option seems like a no-brainer to me.

u/coorslatte · 2 pointsr/buildapcsales

I got mine from amazon. Assuming your desk supports a clamp mount, super happy with this.

VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk...

u/RichardGoHam · 2 pointsr/battlestations

I have the vivo mount on there, just hard to tell from the pic!

VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 / Two Screens up to 27"

u/nicking44 · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

I personally use this one

but there is this version to that has the back desk clamp

edit: changed links

posting this again, since last one was removed by automod.

edit 2: these are nice, but the only complaint I have with it is that it's easy to tilt your monitors around, so you have to be somewhat cautious if you're moving them around.

u/chasethibs · 2 pointsr/battlestations

this will help more than you know

u/VidyaDiscourse · 2 pointsr/battlestations

It's basic, but it's still a solid setup to be honest. My one suggestion would be to move the two monitors together somehow so that you can see them at the same time. Since fitting both monitors on your desk might make things a bit cramped, maybe invest in a dual monitor arm? This is the one I use, and it would probably work for you pretty well.

u/Tacticallinkage · 2 pointsr/NeckbeardNests

It does, but I totally wouldn't recommend the model I have. If I were buying another one, I'd go with this model personally.

VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2/Two Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002)

u/Nega_Duck · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Basic pole mount actually Was unfamiliar with the Miami market, so just renting a house at this time. Didn't wan't to mount anything

u/Not_Sandy · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Of course! Here’s the link:
VIVO Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 /Two Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002)

u/jarodj10 · 2 pointsr/hardwareswap

Yeah! Just like this one: VIVO Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 /Two Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002)

u/Kistler125 · 2 pointsr/ultrawidemasterrace

The Vivo there’s a reason for the reviews, thing is a beast. I have an Alienware 34 and vertical 27” Ultrasharp, and pushed it almost to the max in regards to spacing, so your 24” will be perfectly fine. It has a small footprint and is just so damn sturdy. The thing with the Vivo is that it has virtually no separate height adjustment, so both vesa mounts has to be at the same level.

If you’re looking to have more individual vertical adjustment I’d recommend the bulkier Wali . It was my first mount but I returned it because the base was bigger and it just didn’t have that clean of a look as the Vivo

u/digitalfiz · 2 pointsr/battlestations

It's a dual vivo stand and it's super sturdy, no wobbling.

It's dual 24" AOC Agon 1440p 144hz monitors. Real nice:

27" just seemed to big that close.

u/Bagel_X · 2 pointsr/hardwareswap

If you’re looking for a good quality on I use this

VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 / Two Screens up to 27"

And it’s only $30 new from amazon.

It doesn’t raise or lower but has wide angle spread and rotation for monitors

u/Brianthedoon · 2 pointsr/AverageBattlestations

Maybe consider a monitor mount (example) and a headphone hook (example) and you might find yourself with some more space to work with. Looks great, though. Pretty cool that you're so close to that window for some fresh air.

u/sonsofaureus · 2 pointsr/AskBattlestations

I would suggest this combo:
Vivo tall monitor mount
Vivo dual monitor mount

You take the arms from the dual mount, and put it on the tall pole along with the single mount arm. Size limit for the 2 on the bottom is 27 inches FYI.

u/Eldereon · 2 pointsr/buildapcsales

Those are good points. Thinking about trying out this one. Would make my desk a lot easier to dust. Can these clamp-mounts really support the weight of two 27" monitors?

u/clearmilk · 2 pointsr/battlestations

i use this

VIVO Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 /Two Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002)

I would NOT recommend this mount ONLY IF you happen to have the monitors I have (alienware aw2518h or hf variant) due to some complications making the setup more troublesome than if I used different monitors

u/BryceSoFresh · 2 pointsr/battlestations

I would get a Monitor Mount for those bad boys, then move your rig to the floor (with ventilation underneath).

Also, I am not sure if you have plans for females coming over in the future, but maybe some organization/framing of your favorite posters, and then taking down the others.

u/collinfirth · 2 pointsr/battlestations

You should check this guy out
insane price and an excellent touch if you dont want to drill holes in walls

u/Cambot72 · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 /Two Screens up to 27" ~ (by VIVO)

It's really nice. The cable management clips are a great feature!

My computer I am running a Sapphire 7870 and an fx-6300. Nothing too fancy but it runs everything I have thrown at it so far!

u/TreeQuiz · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Oh alright. Just a suggestion if you feel like improving your Battlestation, is to get something like this. I plan on getting one once I get another one of these monitors.

u/LEXmono · 2 pointsr/sysadmin

Just replaced all of our Call Center with the Micros and two new dell monitors on some awesome pole mounts HERE and the Dell Micro Vesa Mounts. They look awesome and now ppl can't use the computers as their snack shelf!

u/pterencephalon · 2 pointsr/buildapc

If you want more flexibility in monitor placement (and if you monitors have VESA mounts), you could consider mounting arms. This would also free up some desktop surface space things like action figures.

u/ahsstudent · 2 pointsr/battlestations

It’s this one from amazon:

I’m sorry but dont have a link to the wallpaper right now, the whole setup including computer is in storage while I move. Pretty sure its from Unsplash though

u/admiralkit · 2 pointsr/nfl

Consider getting some kind of a dual monitor mount that reduces the overall footprint of your monitors on your desk. And bigger is better - you think you want to match the screen size, but unless you're particularly OCD you'll end up regretting not having the real estate from larger monitors.

u/Eneerge · 2 pointsr/Monitors

I just picked up this:

It seems ok after making adjustments. However, it only came with 1 set of VESA screws. Dual arms, but only 1 set of screws? Come on now... It supports 20lbs (the most important part). Not sure how much the Alienware weighs, but you will want to compare that spec. Here's a guy making a review of this stand:

Also images of my arms:


The Amazon Basics one is a little bit more and actually supports a little more weight but I can not vouch:


Here's just some notes from my research as I was looking for one...

The main design differences are:

  1. Wall Mounted
  2. Desk Clamped on back of desk
  3. Hole in Desk and Mount to Desk with screw(s) or wingnut

    If you notice, there's a few other different design elements:

    Basic Design Clamp WITH Adjustment Mid-piece (Not sure what the official terminology is) Bestand/Amazon design I mentioned above

  • There is a "middle" point just above the bottom of the base that is adjustable. This can be swiveled to further give some flexibility in the way it's mounted.
  • Some of the dual arms don't have that piece and just goes directly from the desk clamp into the arm.

    Basic Clamp Design WITHOUT the Adjustment Mid-piece (

  • Notice that the arms go directly down into the metal piece at the bottom.
  • The middle piece is not there and there's no swiveling.

    Single pole design (

  • Each individual arm can be swiveled independently on the pole itself (similar to having the mid point piece, but each monitor is independent)
  • Some poles support up to 3 monitors
  • Each monitor will have different height abilities which may be a good thing if you want one monitor to sit on top of the other
  • May have slightly less horizontal distance since each arm sits on top of one another instead of spaced horizontally from the other arm

    Horizontal Only Adjustments (

  • These seem to only move horizontally and not vertically
  • Will make it easy to keep monitors straight, but less functionality
  • Notice the arms fold out behind the monitor. Must have real-estate behind the desk to support that (also applies to other designs, see below)


    One other thing to consider when using the Desk Clamp Design or Wall Mount Design is that the amount of space you have behind your desk is going to dictate about how far out your monitors are going to be from the wall. Because you cant swivel the bottom half of the arm all the way around, then your top half + it's angle is going to determine the closest you can get to the wall.

    The top arm on the Bestand is ~11 inches. I adjusted the bottom half all the way until they were hitting the wall. I was able to swivel the middle piece slightly so the right monitor could sit a little further back than the left one. It's still about 15" away from the wall which is a little closer than I had with the stand.

    However, something I just realized is if you move the center swivel adjustment piece higher, you can probably get the monitors closer to the wall because the top half of the arm angles downward. So you will get more of an angle when the middle piece is higher up which should make the monitors sit further back.

    If the bottom arm had an adjustable height that would make it easier to make it sit closer to the wall.


    Obviously, the hole-in-desk design will give you the ability to mount the arm base further away from the wall so you can swivel the arms further backwards if you need to.
u/My_Police_Box · 2 pointsr/techsupport

Something like this should work for two monitors. The one you posted is a single mount.

u/dmango18 · 2 pointsr/Rainmeter
I was really happy with the quality of this for the price, and it was easy to install

u/TheNavajoBro · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Looks nice, I really need to get some LED strips for myself. However, you could always clean it up a bit by using a clip-on dual monitor mount like this one on amazon. Gives ya some space under the monitors and helps with the cable clutter with the clips it comes with. Should look pretty primo after that I'd say

u/Xyes · 2 pointsr/ultrawidemasterrace

I use the VIVO dual monitor arm for Acer Predator x34 and my tiny Hanns G.

VIVO Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 /Two Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002)

It's been about 6 months since I got it and there are no signs of failure.

I was honestly very scared of using it because the Acer is huge and heavy. Add to that my desk made it impossible to use the clamp on the arm normally. Instead of using screwing the 2 clamp pieces together, putting the arm on the desk, and then tightening, I had to tighten the half clamp, put the monitor on the desk, and then screw the top and bottom clamp pieces together.

I thought it would start to come apart over time because of this so I planned on tightening the clamp every few months. After about 3-4 months, I found that the screws were as tight as I made them when I first installed them.

u/Cfil360 · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Sorry I meant to add it. It's a great monitor and saves a ton of room on my desk.

VIVO Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 /Two Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002)

u/suchamaze88 · 2 pointsr/battlestations

thank you. here you go:

cheap and it hold up very well. i've used this arm for a few years now without any issues.

u/Jester4theKing · 1 pointr/purebattlefield

Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 /Two Screens up to 27" ~ (by VIVO)

u/WorkPlayDrive · 1 pointr/ikeahacks

I like the design, one suggestions why not switch over to the OLOV Leg just in case your floor or carpet is not level. I've had great luck with 6 of these legs making my desk rock solid.
Also I had used a similar shelf design to support my monitors but eventually went to a pole mount setup, The shelf limited the height of the items I could put under it and I really like having the open space

Double mount

Triple mount
These are VERY strong and inexpensive as well.

u/zzzyxas · 1 pointr/buildapc

A 2700X or 2600x, depending on how many cores you need, along with its stock cooler probably makes more sense than an 8700k and a tower cooler.

A 970 evo makes a lot more sense than a 850 evo.

The monitors you chose have VESA mounts. Monitor stands (I use this one) will free desk space and facilitate putting a monitor in portrait, a real boon if you're viewing a pdf or want a lot of code onscreen at once or whatever.

If you're going to be in a dorm, consider mITX for the space savings. (This goes well with switching a SATA SSD for a M.2 one.)

u/verardi · 1 pointr/macsetups

thank you!


u/tdubeau · 1 pointr/Surface

Two pictures;

u/mbershok · 1 pointr/battlestations

Sorry for the late reply. The mount is a VIVO Mount I purchased from Amazon. The monitors are Dell S2417DG G-SYNC monitors; also purchased from Amazon. Cheapest G-SYNC monitors I could find on the market. G-SYNC is crazy expensive.

u/yukimurakumo · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

this exact mount is like $50 on amazon, pretty cheap for a dual arm vesa, according to a few folks in the thread it works really well too

u/Ternpike · 1 pointr/StandingDesk

Yea. Sadly I started getting into the same indecision pit as the desk so I went ahead and got the first thing that looked like it would work. I was concerned the fully articulating ones would wobble more and didn't want to sink the cost into something that frustrated me.

u/dr-fetus · 1 pointr/buildapcsales

Dual Mount desk attachment.

I have this screen and a 23" in portrait mode. The mount is pretty solid. It is much better than the mount the screen comes with.

Others have mentioned that you have to take the bezel apart to VESA mount this, so just be aware and careful when you do.

u/venerated · 1 pointr/Workspaces

Did you ever find one? I've been doing a lot of research about them! I ended up going with this Vivo dual monitor one but you wouldn't be able to mount 2 28" on there, you could do the 28" and 24". You could get 2 single mounts and do the 28" monitors that way. These mounts are cheap but I'm super happy with mine and it feels solid!

u/edwardmagichands · 1 pointr/buildapcsales

Some stands have the built in capability to rotate all the way vertical. Others do not. My VG248QE had that function, but my AOC refurb did not. That is why a key feature for a lot of people when looking to by a monitor is to be VESA mountable. VESA is a common standard to mount monitors to a stand or to the wall. If your monitor is VESA compatible for this size range it will likely have a 4 screw holes in the back either 75x75mm or 100x100mm. Most stands you can purchase can accommodate both those sizes. So while my 24" has a 100x100 bracket and my 22" has a 75x75 bracket I was still able to mount both of them on the same dual monitor arm. This is the one I bought recently. It's good, but not perfect.

u/Rackhammm · 1 pointr/battlestations

It's a cheap mount on amazon that I picked up a while ago.

Actually planning to upgrade to a more adjustable dual arm mount but not until after I've gotten a better set of monitors.

u/lmwoodstock · 1 pointr/battlestations

These are the VIVO monitor stands. They can be height adjusted, but not easily... you have to loosen a nut to raise/lower them both together.

u/Frictator · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

This one worked very well for me and is only 30 bucks. It holds 2 27 inch monitors.

u/bonafideseth · 1 pointr/battlestations

Yeah it was super easy! Just screw the VESA mounting plate on the back of the monitor and slide it onto the mount.

Here's the mount:

u/ttvsolarsoul · 1 pointr/battlestations

Vivo mount from Amazon for the price it works outstandingly well,

u/SubspaceRelayBeacon · 1 pointr/Ergonomics

Hey there! The malm might work if you take it apart and just use the top. IKEA reinforces the edges of their cheapo Linnmon table tops, and they work perfect for it. I would imagine the Malm would be done the same way, or maybe even better if they use something a little more solid than the honeycombed cardboard inside the Linnmons. (although, the Linnmon ones are pretty good. I weigh about 120 lbs and have stood on my Linnmon several times without any issues). <- that's the monitor mount I use. One arm has been shortened to fit my setup a bit better though. It works really well and I've been using it for years on various Linnmons without any sagging issues. My monitors are 23" each, not incredibly heavy but not super light either.

I actually have a photo of it on a Linnmon right now, but its on a VIVO motorized frame instead of OLOV legs. (I had to move my desk in a rush to get natural lighting for a Skype interview - please pardon my mess! lol)

If you do get the mount, just make sure you use the clamp, and not the optional grommet. I tried installing it on a corner Linnmon using the grommet... and it just folded in on itself, since it was installed pretty far from the reinforced edges of the desk.

It wasn't a complete loss though. I just painted some wood to match the mount, and used it to reinforce the area. It just gave me a little place to put my spooky forest spirits lol

u/DAVEtheDOCTOR · 1 pointr/buildapc

I was thinking about buying this mount

I guess I'm just asking why you chose this one? Thanks for the reply, but I don't know what makes that better than another. Does it really matter that much? Is this HP just the cheapest?

u/I_Am_Kain · 1 pointr/malelivingspace

This one, I can get a photo of my desk if you want as well.

Did the photo anyway.

u/TychoTheTaco · 1 pointr/battlestations

I'm using this one from VIVO.

u/ItWasAliens420 · 1 pointr/buildapc

Yeah if it says up to 24" then your 2 monitors won't fit. I bought this mount and it's been great.

u/Fern_Fox · 1 pointr/battlestations

I used this mount, It only fits like half of the way onto the desk since theres a little wall but it still has more than enough of a grip to hold my monitor up.

u/wboyd · 1 pointr/ultrawidemasterrace

I went cheap and bought this one.

I have and 29" 21:9 and a 24" 16:9 in portrait. They will both fit in landscape; but, because of the way the arms are it won't come forward as much from the mounting point.

u/febreeze1 · 1 pointr/battlestations

I first went with this one from amazon but I ended up returning it due to the connector for one of the arms not supporting the weight of my monitor (possibly faulty but also read this has happened before to other people).


The next one I got, which is the one in the pic is

It works awesome. Gas spring monitor mount. Holds a 27in curved and 24 in in portrait perfectly fine. Super easy to adjust and manipulate to the position you want it in and has held up over the past 2 months.

Now one problem I ran into is the connecting point from the VESA adapter on my curved monitor can tilt left and right WITHIN the bracket that holds the monitor from the arm. So it seeds perfectly and is secured within the clip (hard to describe but ultimately the monitor wont fall) it just doesn't fit 100% snug, so you get a 3 cm tilt left or right. Its in no way a problem holding the monitor its moreso an annoyance. The monitor centers perfectly and stays there, you just have to re-position it once a week it seems.

u/sandmansndr · 1 pointr/buildapc

I just installed a [Dual Monitor stand] ( for my Dell U29W17 and my Dell 2415H which looks fantastic and is a godsend for cable-management, but the screens are hanging a little crooked- as if the screens are too heavy for the arms.

The stand can hold up to 22 lbs per arm, and neither of my monitors exceed that. I have the arms fairly tightly screwed, but loose enough so that I can move the screens around.

Has anyone had this same issue with Dual Monitor stands? If so, how did you fix this?

u/Calad · 1 pointr/buildapc

I got a dual monitor desk-mounted VESA mount off Amazon for $30 bucks. It's great, highly recommend it.

u/Tragyn · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I can't be 100% sure which one I bought. I know it was some cheapish generic one. I believe it's this one:

I bought it when I had smaller dual monitors, and it works great for one monitor, but there's probably better options out there.

u/swagglikerichie · 1 pointr/buildapc

Which dual monitor stand should I go for? First time buying a stand like this

u/Tyb97 · 1 pointr/battlestations

That's the stand I'm using, it definitely does not work if both are horizontal. The max apparently is 2 27" monitors, and they're probably specifying that assuming that both monitors are 16:9. My ultrawide is almost 29" across itself, which is supposedly the distance between both mounts, not sure how far they have to be spread out for that though. You may be able to make it work if you really separated the two arms and had them completely flat but I don't think you'd be able to reach a comfortable arrangement.

u/orwhaleca · 1 pointr/battlestations

Both monitors are attached to this stand. I wish I had gotten something that allowed for height adjustment but hey, this works too.

u/Vagrant_Tiere · 1 pointr/battlestations

Thanks! This is the stand:

It's super sturdy, easy to set up and really adjustable.

u/Vielar · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Anyone have good suggestions for 27" Monitors? In the market for a new primary monitor and hoping to snag something during black friday sales.

Ideally something I could mount on this frame (want to reclaim desk-space eaten up by monitor stands)

Honestly the most important criteria is response time. I play a decent amount of fighting games so that's where my priority is.

u/piemeister · 1 pointr/battlestations

Thanks! It's this one:

Highly recommend it! Only down is the monitors can't be at different heights on the stand to make them level, but on a dual stand that is expected.

u/CesarSC55 · 1 pointr/battlestations If you look at the last picture you can see there is two pieces on each arm. I removed one from each side because there was a big gap between monitors. This really depends on size of monitors and their position.

u/JPFresh · 1 pointr/battlestations
I used to use my Surface Pro 4 for work but decided to sell it to help save up for a future battlestation. Had my company fund a custom PC for me to build and use for work instead.

PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

CPU | Intel Core i5-6500 3.2GHz Quad-Core Processor | $204.99 @ Newegg
CPU Cooler | Cooler Master Hyper T2 54.8 CFM Sleeve Bearing CPU Cooler | $15.99 @ NCIX US
Motherboard | Gigabyte GA-H170-GAMING 3 ATX LGA1151 Motherboard | $104.99 @ Newegg
Memory | Crucial Ballistix Sport LT 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-2400 Memory | $64.99 @ Adorama
Storage | PNY CS1311 240GB 2.5" Solid State Drive | $63.99 @ Newegg
Case | Thermaltake Versa H22 ATX Mid Tower Case | $34.98 @ Directron
Power Supply | Corsair CXM 650W 80+ Bronze Certified Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply | $69.99 @ NCIX US
| Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts |
| Total | $549.92
| Generated by PCPartPicker 2016-07-22 10:56 EDT-0400 |

I paid $100 less than the price listed above thanks to my local Micro Center.

Monitor Mount is this

u/merlin318 · 1 pointr/macsetups

Dell ultrasharp U2515 ( landscape), Dell 2340L (portrait). The 2340L is not VESA ready so I got a VESA adapter from amazon for it. The stand is the VIVO stand

u/bigylittle · 1 pointr/AverageBattlestations

Thanks! Yeah I figured lol.

I got this from Amazon. I was really iffy because it was so cheap compared to other monitor mounts but it's super sturdy and really happy with it.

I did get some strips of MDF and got it sandwiched between the clamps and my desk to distribute the pressure. I read about nightmare stories of the mount punching through the desk.

u/DougAZ · 1 pointr/sysadmin

We have about 10 of these now, all of them work great and we have never had an issue. BUT sometimes they use a different screw or a different handle but nothing to weird and for the money its a great price.

u/Labanski · 1 pointr/AskBattlestations

I got this one on my IKEA desk with two 24" monitors and it's been perfect for me.

u/lmc11brg · 1 pointr/battlestations

Asus vg248qe and benQ gl2580h The monitor stand is this one.

u/daflame319 · 1 pointr/battlestations

Love the setup! Get a monitor mount (VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 / Two Screens up to 27" and it’ll look 10 times better!

u/DarkKratoz · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Second monitor, monitor stand, XL mousepad, remove the GPU packaging from your shelf and replace it with something that actually shows your personality.

Edit: Headphones, headphone stand, mic and boom arm.

u/FastDreams · 1 pointr/battlestations

Get this one instead! And yes, it’s superb quality.

VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2/Two Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002)

u/familyguy0395 · 1 pointr/buildapc

I know that I'd be fine with 16 GB RAM, but I wanted to spring for 32 GB in case I ever wanted to venture outside of gaming into more demanding tasks, as well as 32 GB would future-proof me until the end of time for gaming.


I wanted to spring for an NVME SSD to reduce cables inside the case, as it attaches directly to the motherboard. No need for the pesky SATA cables.


I might just go with a single 1080 Ti due to the advice I'm getting on this post, but I think I'll just stick with an 850 W to leave me open to expand my build without having to upgrade the PSU.


I don't really need Windows 10 Pro, but I know of a place where I can get Windows 10 Home and Pro for extremely cheap, and the difference in price between Home and Pro on this particular site is negligible, so I might as well go with Pro.


I definitely won't be planning on playing games on both monitors, but I think ideally I'd like to use a dual monitor stand (like this one). Furthermore, the reason I went with the same exact monitor for the secondary monitor is for consistency (they both look the exact same and are the exact same size, and will line up perfectly with each other).

u/Caveman788 · 1 pointr/AskBattlestations

I am 5'10" so I don't usually have this issue, but I know what you mean. I'd like to have as much clearance as possible, but was thinking those thin drawers would be nice for the random little things that would inevitably make their home somewhere on or around my desk. Why'd you go with a pair of the single-arm mounts instead of the dual arm? It seems like a decent cost savings to just get the dual-arm. I could also try to do everything else right with my current table before swapping it out for a "better" desk.

VIVO Dual-Arm

u/pmarinel · 1 pointr/AskBattlestations

Some desks that i've seen people recommend and/or use is the IKEA Bekant

As for holding your monitors, you might want to consider a [monitor stand] ( so that you have more space on your desk.

Best of luck in your build.

u/vladsinger · 1 pointr/Monitors

Try this?

u/chuckfr · 1 pointr/StandingDesk

Happy to help when I can!

  1. I did not go with Jarvis arms. I went with a Vivo dual mount option. So they aren't expensive but they work for my needs overall. For my needs, if I were doing it again, I'd only opt for a larger center pole.
  2. I don't see any complaints about one vs the other except in the color. I think rubberwood is a little softer wood (going from memory). But I don't think its softer to a degree that would really matter under most common uses, including being a gamer.
  3. How close to do have your wrist rest(s) to the edge? If your current ergo needs don't have you resting your forearms/wrist against the front edge corner, you won't notice a difference. Where the curve comes in handy is to cut down on that sharpness when leaning there. Leaning against my desk is not a problem and I've not noticed the missing space there for the curve. Its much less missing than what it appears in the drawings and pics make it appear (from my perspective). Its a feature that adds looks and a bit of ergo for most people I think.
  4. On the mats, I always say get something that's not cheap, preferably with a good return policy.
u/sharkbateooohaha · 1 pointr/macsetups

VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk...

It’s pretty good for $30. No complaints really it’s just tedious to precisely align the monitors. You only have to do it once though

u/evensteven33 · 1 pointr/battlestations

I got it from a local web store "" here in norway. Don't think they ship further tho. I would check out This one, they are almost identical.

u/sLpFhaWK · 1 pointr/functionalprint

Can you drill a small hole in the desk to use these utilizing the Grommet?

u/Mjustoo · 1 pointr/battlestations

It’s a the monitor stand from amazon, it clamps on the side. Here the link for the stand VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk...

u/1UglyDuck · 1 pointr/AskBattlestations

I use this one here. Super inexpensive, Have had it for over a year and never had a single issue

u/Melodicmutiny · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Yes to both your questions. Easily at that.

I would suggest getting a dual monitor desk mount, if your monitors are VESA mountable, as it'll free up space on your desk considerably:

u/Conormerrill16 · 1 pointr/battlestations

VIVO Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 /Two Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002)

u/OffinEWN · 1 pointr/battlestations

VIVO Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount...


VIVO Height Adjustable VESA...

To have both monitors even

u/hofodomo · 1 pointr/buildapc

I'm looking into getting a VESA monitor arm like this one for a Dell S2716DG + 1 more similarly-sized monitor, each ~10 lbs. I also have an Ikea Linnmon desk--can anyone comment on the stability of the arm mount? I'm worried that either the clamp won't hold up, or the desk itself well get damaged and the entire setup goes tits up.

u/casfacto · 1 pointr/starcitizen

OP, well done! Mind blowingly well done!

I have a pair of MonsterTechs. I also happen to have the double armed version of that monitor mount. Here is my setup in case you're wondering.

I can honestly say that using that monitor stand for a hotas mount will absolutely work. That monitor stand is unbelievable steady. Look at my desk, it's thin, and that monitor stand is super steady with both monitors hanging way up front. My point is that using them as hotas mounts will work great.

Even with these Monsters I'm pretty Jelly.

u/kichithewolf · 1 pointr/buildapc

I'm looking to get a VESA mount for my monitors, but haven't been able to find one that holds all three that I like. This is the closest I've found and the "wings" don't fold in sharply enough. Would it be easier to buy two dual mounts / one dual, one single? I looked at this one and this other one and they both seem decent.

My monitors are as follows: 24" (s2415h), 27" (27ud68), 24" (actually a small tv), where the 27" is my primary that I want in the center facing me directly. The two 24" monitors I'm looking to have off to the side, angled sharply toward me since I occasionally boot the playstations on them.

Additionally, I'm planning on putting some wood between the desk clamp and desk to try and spread out the weight of the stand. Good idea? Bad idea? Desk is most likely from Staples/Office Depot/one of those office supply stores, it's old and I don't remember the model.

u/Shoty23 · 1 pointr/Monitors

Hey there! Just purchased my first mount on a whim and found this Vivo mount to be a great side by side desk mount option. It's a budget mount but the setup and stability are great! I plan to mount 2 27in displays side by side, hope it helps! VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 / Two Screens up to 27"

u/imhobbes · 1 pointr/ultrawidemasterrace

thanks, here's the stand i'm using. though, i ended up using only the ultrawide because i don't need that much real estate haha.

u/Rluu44 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I've been using the Vivo Dual Monitor Mount for a few months now and it seems to be fine. I have an Asus VG279 on one arm and a Samsung SyncMaster225BW on the other. The stand is rated for 22LBs on each arm and my monitors are nowhere near that. Comes with spare parts and some cable management as well.

u/SecksAwhnThuhBeech · 1 pointr/AskBattlestations

I just bought this I can let you know how it goes for my two monitors on thursday :) I can't wait.

u/mibeal · 1 pointr/buildapc

I used this when I had a dual monitor setup and had 0 issues with it. Not sure if this is the type of thing you had in mind or not. I pretty much have the same thing now but with 4 monitors and a quad arm setup still works flawlessly.

u/Different_Hippo · 1 pointr/buildapc

I have this and its nice. Your post doesn't give us much information about how much space you need or anything.

u/dcskins88 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace for the center and right.

Single arm mount for the left from Monoprice

u/PraisingTheSon · 1 pointr/buildapc

I currently have this 23" Asus monitor, and the stand seems to be pretty flimsy. Even small bumps to my desk and somewhat vigorous typing will cause it to wobble. Do buying desk mounts like this one alleviate the problem?

u/drewkiimon · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 / Two Screens up to 27"

u/tenaztanner · 1 pointr/battlestations

Right here!
VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 / Two Screens up to 27"

u/Megalovania · 1 pointr/bapcsalescanada

I'm looking for a monitor stand. I have two 27" monitors, and I was initially looking at this but I realized that the mounting points in my monitors are different - One is a korean panel X-Star DP2710 monitor and the other is an Acer XB270HU monitor.

Anyone got any suggestions for a cheap monitor stand that has seperate monitor height adjustment?

EDIT: In the odd chance someone is looking for a stand, I ended up getting this. I'll have it in a week or two. Apparently each monitor is .5" height adjustable so that fixes my issues.

u/mrfriednoodles · 1 pointr/buildapc

Any reasons for the monitor? I actually had planned to get a swivel mount for it, this one specifically because I also have a 21.5" monitor,

u/BillTheCommunistCat · 1 pointr/buildapc

Great monitor.

The mount is up to you though. If you want a wall mount I cant help you, but if you want a desk mount I'd highly recommend the VIVO.

Single monitor

Double monitor

u/RockSaltiness · 1 pointr/battlestations

Ditch the shelf idea and use floating monitor arms, that will open up your desk options and space.

u/cat_shirt_guy · 1 pointr/battlestations

Appreciate it!

Monitors (need to upgrade to a nice pair of 144hz)

Monitor mount

u/warriorpush · 1 pointr/buildapc

I also ordered one during the pricing error. Received it today and using right now. I absolutely love it.

I don't understand what you mean by the VESA mounting bracket? It uses the standard 100x100 VESA mount and will work with any arm that supports that size. Just and example - amazon

u/iKimothy · 1 pointr/battlestations

Monitor: Dell UltraSharp U2414H

Stand: VIVO Dual Mount

The monitors I love. I bought them both without stands for $200 each. The stand is nice as well, but the adjustability is a tad difficult, but awesome for the price. I would maybe get another stand later on thats nice.

u/SGNitefox · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

If all you want is horizontal movement, you can just buy a normal dual swivel stand and push one off to the side when you use the other. But if you want horizontal and vertical adjustments it would probably be easier to buy the two single mounts.

VIVO Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 /Two Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002)

u/_My_st_ · 1 pointr/battlestations

I was going to get a basic VIVO one for my dual monitor setup. Either the side by side or the stack. What downside is there to this?

u/matthew2d · 1 pointr/battlestations

I'm using 1 VIVO Dual Monitor Stand for the left and center monitor, and 1 Vivo Single Monitor Stand for the right monitor.

u/DJT5 · 1 pointr/battlestations

These are 2 24" Dell Monitors (Dell S2440L's) The mount is from amazon, not one I would recommend honestly. The Mount is similar to This Mount on Amazon.


My desk is about 19 years old. My parents got it for me when I turned 10 or 11. I am due for an upgrade. You don't need much room for the clamp. So 60mm may be okay, however tthe one online I linked i think has a 4 inch (~100mm) width for the clamp.

u/strictly-euro · 1 pointr/battlestations

I had success with this one. Fit my two 29" ultrawides without problem.

u/tbisaacs · 1 pointr/macsetups

I have this one: Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 /Two Screens up to 27" ~ (by VIVO)

It's really heavy duty. The problem is that the displays will droop over time because they are so heavy. I had to fiddle with mine every few months.

u/Arikon-Teini · 1 pointr/battlestations Pics of the back

This is the one I'm using. I'm pretty happy with it so far. It's quite flexible so you can move the monitors close together or however you want.

u/high_hobo · 1 pointr/buildapc

This is somewhat PC related, more having to do with monitors.

I have 2 QNIX 27" monitors. Each weighs roughly 18 pounds. After a coffee-ant accident, I've decided I wanted to eventually lift the monitors off the desk to help make space, make them at a more comfortable viewing angle and avoid coffee-ants.

I am Canadian (hence

Looking to spend up to $100 on a dual-monitor stand.

Would one like below be considered a good enough stand, I know the brackets are the right type:

Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand

Also, if you have some input you'd like to give, it'd be greatly appreciated. Fucking coffee-ants, man.

u/Th3D3generate · 1 pointr/battlestations

Gotcha, dual monitors (or triple monitors) are always nice. I have a GTX 660 Ti and Im thinking of upgrading to a GTX 970 over the summer. I personally recommend using the same brand of GPU as you do for your Mobo. I have an MSI Mobo and Im going to make sure I get an MSI GTX 970. Not sure that it really matters but its just my preference. If you want to go with something black that works there is a 7 Port Amazon Basics USB Hub ( Its big enough that it won't get pulled around while cords are plugged in but should still be small enough to hide behind the monitor or desktop. I'd recommend looking into a Dual Monitor Desk Mount once you have the two 27" monitors, they look really good and let you raise your monitors more to eye level which is better ergonomically. I use a Dual Monitor Desk Mount and this is what my set up looks like: The mount I bought is this one in case you want to look into it:

u/SUsudo · 1 pointr/battlestations

Here is the mount

I really like it so far. easy assembly and no screws go in to your actual desk. (even though mine is mounted on a bar stool haha)

u/VSquaredTech · 1 pointr/setups

I like it ! I love the fact that your desk has a hole for outing cables, I know the samsung monitors you have and they definitely have large bases, If they are vesa mountable I would recommend getting some kind of dual monitor mount from VIVO. (link below) That will buy you back a large bit of desk space and will allow you to easily manage the two cables to each monitor. Love the setup, just a suggestion on how to make it even better in my opinion!

u/thenatelook · 1 pointr/macsetups

This guy it's really affordable and I haven't had any problems with it so far. I've had it for a few months now.

u/nidrach · 1 pointr/buildapc

I mean you could stack them on top of each other or get one of those arm things and place them next to each other.

u/Telenerd · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

If they have 4 holes on the back they can be mounted using something like this mount. It might interfere with your shelf though but there is a version with a stand and the stand one comes with a way to mount by drilling into your desk which would avoid that.

u/baileywastaken · 1 pointr/battlestations

My appologize!

I picked it up because of the price and the simplicity of it.

u/Soundofawesome · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I have two Samsung Monitors also and I ended up buying adapters for them.

and a table mount, like this one, for more desk space ;o

u/retainftw · 1 pointr/buildapc

What are the best options for multi-monitor VESA mounts?

I have 2 27" monitors, not the same models, I'm thinking about mounting side by side.

Because they're different models, I want to make sure I can adjust the height relative to the other. The best-selling cheap ones on Amazon, such as this one,

don't look like they would be easy to adjust height independently.

u/xthedarbsterx · 1 pointr/battlestations

thank you :)

we actually have different monitor mounts

mine: VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 / Two Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002)

his: VIVO Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount / Stand Black Deluxe Gas Spring and Dual USB 3.0 Ports / holds 2 Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002DU)

I bought mine a couple years ago and just kept it because it did what I needed to do without breaking the bank. They're honestly both really good mounts depending on what you're looking for.

I hope I helped!

u/beardlessw0nder · 1 pointr/macsetups

Thanks. The stand is a cheap stand from Amazon.

VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk Mount Stand with C-clamp and Bolt-through Grommet Options | Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable Arms hold Two (2) Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002)

u/arkhira · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace
  1. Budget option and not height correction for different monitors. Both monitor vesa mounts will be same height.
  2. If you want arms then go with something such as this one:
u/trevinshu97 · 1 pointr/bapcsalescanada

I am looking for a dual monitor VESA mount for my 19 and 24 inch monitor's. Is this mount by VIVO good?

u/deadkane1987 · 1 pointr/battlestations

It is the: VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk Mount.

u/I3igAl · 1 pointr/ZReviews

thanks for the reply! I could assume you have the third monitor on its own pole or the wall. Can you elaborate a little on "not quite as nice" for me? I looked at that very mount but I worry about it giving out / losing strength and not being able to keep elevated.
These two are my current top choices:
My main concern is having the whole thing be wobbly and unstable. I'm not sure my IKEA desk could even handle the weight of a triple mount.... I also would not be able to stand having the paired monitors being uneven / not lined up perfectly if the extension arms sag. >.< so much indecision, I also am thinking about this mount from Dell:
I bought one of those for my wife and it takes up about 70% of desk space two monitors on their own would, but it's solid as a tank and I know it will work.

u/chrislever12 · 1 pointr/battlestations

its not that good unless ur monitors are super light, this stand cant really hold up my left one good and u cannot change the height and shit. Find a better one

u/Guggenheim88 · 1 pointr/realtors

Providing you the setup and links for our computers below:


Dell OptiPlex 9010 Small Form


2 x C27F398 27" Curved Monitor

Monitor Bracket:

VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk


Logitech K750


Logitech M510 Wireless

u/Kotsauce · 1 pointr/battlestations

I would personally recommend this one

It saves more desk space and it comes with a couple different mounting options.

u/pcppnm · 1 pointr/buildapc

Dual/triple monitor mounts give a "floating" effect. For dual monitors:, triple: I strongly recommend using individual monitor mounts for each monitor just due to the better structural integrity vs. dual/triple monitor mounts.

u/Universoul · 1 pointr/battlestations

VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk Mount Stand

They had these at my last job and I liked it enough to get it myself. Definitely more on the budget side though and I wouldn't recommend it if you have a soft desk. One of my friends bought this and used it on a cheaper fake wood Ikea desk and the weight caused it to cave in.

u/hoagieow · 1 pointr/battlestations

Mine has a bracket that hooks on your desk with a single pole with arms you can mount your monitors on. I have this one and I love it.

u/LetsMakeCrazySyence · 1 pointr/Battletops

This one: VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2/Two Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002)

u/SuGoBW · 1 pointr/buildapcsales

Anyone have a good recommendation for a dual arm mount? I bought two of these monitors and want to get a good mount for them. I see some on amazon for like 30$ with high reviews. Are people just using those or what?

Any suggestion on this is much appreciated. Thanks.

Here is one I looked into that seems good but of cheaper build:

Here is one from AmazonBasics which seems to have “premium” quality construction but it’s quite expensive:

EDIT; I’ve ended up purchasing the expensive Amazon Basics one. From my research, the durability, weight, and adjustment of monitors seems to be simply much better than the 30$ mount. Also, most folks have said there isn’t much monitor movement or anything when you tighten the tension - that’s key for me. Monitors moving at all after mounting drives me crazy.

u/echo-p3 · 1 pointr/buildapc

Sure here it is I would buy two of these and I’ll have to find the stand I am using though the monitor and here’s the stand

u/stevezilla33 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Not at all. It's this Amazon

u/ice997 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

So I have this one:

It works, It holds my monitors haha. But I find them stil and really lacking when it comes to movement. But they work and they're cheap enough. And the shaking isn't too bad at all when typing, I hardly notice it.


I friend on mine has these, and the flexibility is MUCH better although the build quality is just okay.

u/JaylewAF11 · 1 pointr/battlestations

You could definitely try that. The arms aren't quite long enough to reach the middle of the desk, but if you are okay with having a corner desk set up or at least having them off to one side. I've also seen people use something like this that doesn't require that much depth, I just don't think it looks quite as pretty.

u/e60deluxe · 1 pointr/buildapc

Mount them.

As far as the desks, Ikea makes some solid wood table tops in various sizes and you can simply add legs or drawers to complete it. So you can do drawers on one side and simply 2 legs on the other side. or 4 legs or 2 drawers sets, etc.

u/andymanic1 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Something like this can help, you might want to make sure it can support both the 27" and 22"

u/pbs094 · 1 pointr/battlestations

For two I would get a dual monitor arm...VIVO Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 /Two Screens upto 27" (STAND-V002)

u/keladriano1 · 1 pointr/battlestations

VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk Mount Stand with C-clamp and Bolt-through Grommet Options | Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable Arms hold Two (2) Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002)

Here ya go! They’re good and really really cheap!

u/kaycutty · 1 pointr/battlestations

It's a VIVO dual monitor mount from Amazon. I've had it for almost a year now and had zero problems!

Here's the Link

u/NotScrollsApparently · 1 pointr/buildapc

I want to buy and install a monitor stand to my desk. I have the acer G257HL monitor now and will buy asus VG278Q relatively soon as my second screen.

How do I know if these monitors will go together on a stand, on something like this for example?

I've never used stands like this before, is it connected to the same place where the usual stand is (on this image where the x stand is inserted) and the size is universal and standard? Because it looks pretty different on the 2nd monitor.

u/jaytshirt · 1 pointr/buildapc

I had the same problem with my two monitors. VESA compatible I'm guessing?

Here's what I bought and used:

Really reasonable price. Heavy metal construction. Clamps securely to the side of a desk.

Here's how it looked once I was finished:

u/smurfywastaken · 1 pointr/buildapc

Thanks for the response. Do you know of any alternatives besides a stand? Are there any clamps meant for deeper desks? Below is the link of the arms I wanted (but were only 4 inches deep)

u/One2Rex_ · 1 pointr/buildmeapc
Hows this look? I took into consideration that you don’t have a lot of desk space so I added and an mount to hold both monitors, if you have any questions let me know

Mousepad- click here

Arm mount- click here

PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

CPU | Intel - Core i7-8700K 3.7 GHz 6-Core Processor | $359.99 @ Amazon
CPU Cooler | Corsair - H100i PRO 75 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler | $89.89 @ OutletPC
Motherboard | MSI - Z370-A PRO ATX LGA1151 Motherboard | $109.99 @ Amazon
Memory | G.Skill - Ripjaws V Series 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 Memory | $115.98 @ Newegg
Storage | Crucial - MX500 500 GB 2.5" Solid State Drive | $67.95 @ Amazon
Storage | Western Digital - Caviar Blue 1 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive | $42.98 @ OutletPC
Video Card | MSI - GeForce RTX 2080 8 GB DUKE Video Card | $719.99 @ B&H
Case | Corsair - Carbide 400C ATX Mid Tower Case | $59.99 @ Newegg
Power Supply | Corsair - TXM Gold 850 W 80+ Gold Certified Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply | $63.98 @ Newegg
Monitor | AOC - AG241QX 23.8" 2560x1440 144 Hz Monitor | $309.99 @ Walmart
Monitor | HP - VH240a 23.8" 1920x1080 60 Hz Monitor | $109.99 @ Amazon
Keyboard | Corsair - K55 RGB Wired Gaming Keyboard | $46.99 @ Amazon
Mouse | Corsair - Sabre RGB Wired Optical Mouse | $44.75 @ Amazon
Other| Qck mousepad| $9.99
Other| Monitor arm| $29.99
| Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts |
| Total (before mail-in rebates) | $2262.44
| Mail-in rebates | -$80.00
| Total | $2182.44
| Generated by PCPartPicker 2019-02-19 19:56 EST-0500 |
u/BassheadGamer · 1 pointr/AskBattlestations

You didn’t state a budget so I’m just gonna suggest these for more room/ cleaner work area: Bigger desk (at least 55” in width), monitor mounts, cable raceways/cable box for all of your cable management needs.

For a desk I would suggest looking into something like an IKEA Bekant, the one I linked is the bigger one, 63” x 31”and that should give you more room to work with for textbooks on the desk.

For monitors mounting is best (imo) so you can have that much more room to push stuff alll the way back to take advantage of the depth. This monitor arm Is good.

For cable management I would suggest this raceway. It comes with 9 15” long pieces that you can mount under your desk. I would use some command strips to hold them in place. Use the raceway to feed all your cables through to a cable management box, Something similar to this one, so you can stuff in the excess cables and make it look nicer. Just have the box behind your pc or along on of the desk legs.
NOTE: the IKEA Bekant does come included with a cable management pouch/net under the desk but imo with 2 monitors, a switch, and keyboard it would be too much worse for that little thing.

Ps: you don’t have to use the stuff I listed, there’s always alternatives if you have a question just ask, I’ll see if I can help.

u/falubiii · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Get one of these if you feel the two monitors take up too much desk space.

u/tspvc · 1 pointr/battlestations

I used this monitor stand:

I tried to find it outside Brazil and couldn't. If you look closely, the stand pole is right in the "junction" of the 2 monitors. The one in landscape is Benq XL2420T and the one in portrait mode is a Dell 2209WA. If you want I can take a picture from behind of the monitors, but the stand allows to rotate both monitors.

Edit.: Something like this

u/Ylee_one · 1 pointr/tall

At my office I was often in pain and would regularly break the cheap office chairs they have, I even once popped a balance ball. Taking breaks and getting up to move regularly is important. Standing desks are cool and useful but there are other ergonomic things that could help too.

I finally broke down and with my own money bought a large Aeron chair and a post mount for my monitors. I was also able to switch to a larger desk (stole it from an intern really) and the change has been dramatic. The stand was a reasonable price but the chair is way too expensive. For less than half the price I was able to find a slightly used chair on Craigslist and bought this mount from Amazon. Full disclosure, after I bought the chair my boss understood how useful it was for me and had work chip in half the price but still let me keep it if I leave.

u/Umlautica · 1 pointr/audiophile

If you don't mind drilling into the back of the speaker, you can use dual display stand like this

u/caardamus1 · 1 pointr/AskBattlestations

I have the same desk and have used this for about 6 months, no issues so far

VIVO Dual LCD LED Monitor Desk...

u/GroundedVindaloop · 1 pointr/battlestations

Haha thank you! This was actually my first time doing a dual monitor set up too so I was pretty nervous about choosing a stand.

VIVO Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 /Two Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002)

This think is great and super easy to set up. It’s a little tight at first and takes some fidgeting but it feels secure. I was also worried about the clamp and the desk combo but it worked out I just had to finesse it a bit.

All in all I’m super happy with it and would probably buy the table again. Also it’s super easy to take apart to move locations if you have to

u/robdam1001 · 1 pointr/buildapc

I use [This ](VIVO Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 /Two Screens up to 27" (STAND-V002) clamp for my dual PG279Q's. Works great simply clamped to my standing desk.

u/UlersFormula · 1 pointr/buildapcsales

Anyone know if it would work with I have a smaller 20in on the side.

u/Nangz · 1 pointr/buildapcsales

More or less. Picture wise they will be close enough. The aesthetics of the monitors are fairly close. The XB271HU has a very different stand and I would recommend you throw these up on some type of VESA mount double arm. Something like this:

The bezels look close from screenshots and the only glaring difference I see is the branding in the bottom. If that doesn't bother you then go for it!

u/Koshipewpew · 1 pointr/buildapcsales

Anyone that has this, how would you compare it to the Vivo (single or dual mount) see: for example.

u/carpeggio · 1 pointr/buildapc

I have this setup.

The Dell S2716DG, and a 1080p144hz monitor next to it.

Using this stand.

I'd say the 'base' monitor you'd want to get has to have 144hz. Simply b/c once you go 144hz, having a 60hz monitor next to it would feel terrible.

So just look for the best 'budget' 1080p144hz that you can, imo. There's several options that fit this, I wouldn't be too picky here. In fact, go onto Ebay/CL and see if you can get a used one. The 1080p144hz is 'on-its-way-out', where as 1440p/144hz may become the standard. So you don't need to go hog-wild getting a really good 1080p/144.

I use the 1080p, as my secondary (Reddit, Youtube, etc.) and the 1440p for games. It's a good middle ground between 2 identical 1440p monitors ($$$).

My future purchase might be a 240hz 1080p, additionally. So I can play cinematic/G-Sync games @1440p, play super competative FPS shooters on the 240hz, and have a nice 144hz monitor for productivity. So far, that's all I'm really planning for.

The 1440p/144hz of course being possibly upgraded to 4k/144hz or Ultrawide resolution at high refreshes. However I feel like 1440p/144hz is the sweet spot right now for pairings with affordable GPUs (1070/1080)

My DREAM setup would be a 240hz 1080p. And and ultra ultra wide for cinema/games, and a 4k/144hz for games that don't work well with ultra wide.

u/editjames · 1 pointr/AskBattlestations

that makes total sense. I just want to bring one of the monitors in front of the other sometimes and centered. Do you think something like this would work?

u/PriceKnight · 1 pointr/bapcsalescanada

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u/PineappleBuns · 1 pointr/bapcsalescanada

Looking at monitor arms for my new monitors, I'm troubled by whether I should buy a gas spring mount or a metal bar one. Looking at the VIVO brand on Amazon. I currently have a 27" and looking to get a 24" one, so having 2 different sizes (so something like this VIVO won't work well since I can't adjust them separately.

The only worry is that the gas spring mount will fail over time versus the bars (granted they both can fail). Any recommendations or am I worrying over something minuscule? I was looking at the STAND-V002JB versus getting two STAND-V001.

u/Swerveezy · 1 pointr/battlestations

this one :\^) its nice cheap and does the job

u/Drock37 · 1 pointr/hotas

This is the mount I bought - I used to have a triple monitor setup but when I moved to a 34'' UltraWide I ripped the left and right arms off and now am using them for the Hotas.

Edit: Looks like that mount above is no longer available - this one would probably work as well -but I dont own it so I can be 100% sure on the length of the arms:

u/TheTraegs · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I suppose that would work. In my setup it was literally just the monitor laying down on the shelf though.

You could try getting something like this (this is a dual monitor mount though). Mount the monitor to it upside down, then attach it to the headboard of his bed? I don't think the clamp would be very stable at that angle though.

u/SagittandiEstVita · 1 pointr/buildapcsales

I'm ordered the Human Centric VESA adapter from Amazon and just using a cheap VIVO dual monitor arm. (This one

Arm is stable, although shaking the table does transmit the vibration to the monitor arm.

u/MiniBastard · 1 pointr/DIY

I use ggpo which lets you play with people online so I never run out of people to play. As for the stand this isn't the exact model but it is my stand. Overall it's sturdy and the screens don't droop but the cord clips are cheap and fall out.

u/will_bartnik · 1 pointr/buildapc

They’re actually both 27 inch displays.

Left- MSI MAG27C

Right- Samsung LC27F390FHNXGO

I have my monitors high because I’m 6’7, kinda need them to be that high. Also my studio monitor speakers fit underneath them.

The monitor stand I purchased and rotate either screen 360 degrees in either direction, and works really well for me

Monitor arm- VIVO Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand

u/timboslice420 · 1 pointr/battlestations

Cheap solution with great cable hides that looks like it will work with your setup to make it a little cleaner!


Looks great tho man

u/pure619 · 1 pointr/Monitors

Whats your opinion of the VIVO 2 arm mount from Amazon? Wanting to declutter my desk again after getting rid of my old 5 monitor setup many years ago.