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    I built my own Computer LAN Gaming Table!

    Well I went ahead and built my own LAN Gaming Table. After working on it for 3 days straight and whenever I could during the past 2 weeks, I finished it this past Wednesday. I just moved (March 5th) and didn't want to use the old desks I had been using (see my other thread about build your own desk or table). The basement in my last house wasn't finished, but this new house has a 3/4 finished basement, though it still needed some final work done on it (carpet finished up, more black and white tiles, some major floor cleaning). Overall, I think it came out pretty good, and some guys on another forum board asked me to post some pics that I took while building it and setting it up. So below is a link to my new LAN Gaming Table and LAN Gaming Area. Still have a few more things to do in the basement (spent last two hours putting together surround sound system for the t.v. and stereo as well as hanging more posters just this morning), but overall it's coming along quite well.

    http://two.fsphost.com/TheCandyMan/indexlan.html

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    Well done, very nice
    Very funny Scotty, now beam down my clothes!

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    Nice job. All those CRTs must weigh a ton!

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    That's cool. I wished I had a basement in my house.

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    Nice setup. I wished I had a basement at my place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MuFu
    Nice job. All those CRTs must weigh a ton!
    To say the least lol! I estimated each of the them at 30-50 pounds, so a total somewhere in the ballpark of 150 to 250 pounds! Which is why I went with a sturdier base rather than legs for supporting the table top. Smart decision as it turned out and it allowed me to mount the towers off the floor alot easier than it would been otherwise.

    Thanks for the positive comments, I'm pretty happy with it and it definitely is something I always wanted, so it's great to have it finally.

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