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Selling my 4Play racing Cockpit with ###### mount, Monitor Stand, Monitor, Computer, and Seat. Maybe some Bass Shakers but i am using in my theater room and i will probably keep. Willing to Ship but I live in Houston and would much prefer to do this local Looking to get $500 for the Cockpit with all mounts and Seat. Monitor is a 144hz Samsung Super ultriwide 49 inch Curved monitor. Will sell for $675 Check ebay its a good deal. Will sell computer for $1,200 specs Intel Core i7-8700K Processor 3.7GHz NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070Ti 8GB GDDR5 32GB corhair dominator DDR4-3200 RAM 500GB 970evo nvme M.2. 250Gb 970evo nvme M.2. Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 24x DVD±RW Drive 10/100/1000 Network 802.11ac Wireless Bluetooth 4.2 850 watt 80 plus gold series power supply lots of fans and keeps cool Let me know if you have any questions.
Located in Sweden. Used for about 1 month. Selling cause I wont have enough space in my new appartment. Good condition. A couple of the metal bars are scratched up because of how the GT Omega assembly/screws work. I can let it go for -35% of the original cost.
MSCOOPER1 posted a topic in Sim Gear - Buy and Sell"This is a great beginner to intermediate Racing Simulator Rig. Package includes.. Playseat* SOLD Logitech G27 with all original hardware $200 including Perfect Pedal Brake pedal load cell HP Pavillion P6310Y with 1080p Monitor (HDMI Compatible) $300 - Invidia GEFORCE GT730 128 bit 4GB Graphics Card - EVGA 500 Watt Power Supply - 16 GB's of RAM - Wireless Capable This set up runs iRacing very well. The graphics card and ram were a game changer. The Perfect Pedal load cell on the brake pedal takes some time to get used to but is much better for overall braking feel because it gives you a force feedback. The Logitech G27 is a great wheel for the money. Playseat is great and folds up to stow away in a closet.
First off I apologize if this topic has already been discussed on the forum but I'm kinda in panic mode. I have a Obutto Revolution chassis and I just took delivery of a Asus ROG Swift PG348Q curved Ultra wide monitor. I was under the impression it would be a standard Vesa mount however when you remove the stand there seems to be a big issue. Removing the stand basically leaves a hole the monitor. There are 4 little finish style screws that are in a pattern that would work on a mount but their just tiny finish screws. Beside that, the screws are inside the recessed arrea where the factory stand installs. Does anybody have any idea what I can do to get this monitor mounted to my chassis? I've done some online research but came up empty handed. Am I missing something here? I could really use some help..Thanks everybody!