I need some help in upgrading my not-rig for simracing (it’s just a laptop and a basic Thrustmaster wheel). As a seat I use a highly comfortable desk chair, with the only downside being that it’s on wheels. I only play Rf2 and probably will keep it to that for the future. My goal is not the participate in the VEC or similar, since I don’t have the time to do such races. Club races etc. will still be my main goal. The first things I’m looking at are a separate monitor and a bit later a desktop for the racing. In a later stage I would love to have a triple screen setup, but space is a bit of an issue at the moment (maybe we can convert a part of our basement into a gaming/gym…. area in the more distant future) and also a better wheel/pedals. As a seat I’m considering the Playseat Challenge which can stored easily. My GF is also considering a separate monitor for her laptop since she uses photoshop and lightroom from time to time. She would only be using the monitor for the editing. As I’ve understood IPS-screens are best for that purpose, but for gaming TN-screens are better (faster reaction times). Since I’ve also found IPS-screens with relatively fast reaction times, I thought I could consider IPS as a monitor. What do you reckon is best, knowing that space is limited? Should I worry about getting a monitor with Gsync (I would probably stick with Nvidia for V-card) or is that not necessary to get a good performance? Regarding the spec’s for a gaming desktop: I have no clue regarding the spec’s. All I can say is that my setup is not enough (2.3GHz dual core i5 processor, 6GB ram (if I remember it right) and Nvidia 1GB V-card). My FPS is really poor on some tracks and reasonable on most if driving alone. With a lot of AI or while multiplaying it drops quite a bit. My aim is not 100+ fps, around 60 seems ok for my needs. So what would I need regarding processor, RAM and V-ram/V-card knowing that it should be ok for triple screens? I’ve heard about SLI’ing multiple V-cards doesn’t help getting good fps. So one V-card would be my preference. How do you connect the multiple monitors: do you need 3 separate connections (eg. 2 HDMI and 1 displayport…) I have no experience in putting my desktop together from separate parts, so I would try to get a BTO or premade desktop that fits my spec’s. I know it’s more expensive, and I do have to take money into account, but I won’t risk it. Thanks a lot for the help.