Hey, I've been using a couch and toychest as a makeshift computer desk for now and it's about time I moved up in the world. I need a desk with a huge surface area (multiple surfaces would be nice), and my staples only has a selection of rookie desks for the weak and clutterless
Any recommendations? I'd prefer a desk with one large flat surface and many raised surfaces, and both amazon and staples haven't been doing it for me.
My father is the only person I know with proper woodworking equipment, and I'm still waiting on that rocking chair I asked him for in the sixth grade. Self-made desks aren't going to happen, sadly. Especially given the level of complexity I want.
The Fredde looks nice, but it seems my keyboard and monitor would be squished on the large level.
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i5 4670k @ 4.9GHz - Stock Heatsink - The rest is melted silicon but I think I have a graphics card in there somewhere It surprises me how many people on this forum can't read benchmarks.
that is just weird, although the fact that my office is more trash than actual furniture is also quite weird
On-topic: as these guys have said, build your own, all you need is a rotary saw, sawhorses (logs work well too) a drill and a screwdriver (screws not included)
oh, a pencil and ruler are nice to have too, along with whatever hardware you need (drawer slides, locking mechs, etc)