A Highly Custom Build. Many parts aren't listed because they're not even PC related. Such as the acrylic window, and random foam panels I have inside my Case. And I have over abundance of leds i didn't list either. Ignore all the incompatibilities. the only valid one is i lose two SATA to my m.2. I know the GPU is not the best match for the monitor but I'm planning to upgrade relatively soon. The second screen i use is inside my case i usually just set it to some anime slideshow or memes, or i use it to monitor performance in game with cam full screen on it. I have a Bluetooth sound bar behind me mounted under neath my TV, that has good bass when i want to listen to music. The monitors speakers are ok for YouTube but that's about it. Overall I Care about looks a lot and I only play like 3 games so I don't need the GPU upgrade just yet or when the 20 series GPU's actually work, then Ill probably upgrade to a 2070. The cost of cables aren't included such as my 25 ft Ethernet cord or 16 ft active USB 3.0 for my rift sensors. I have one more chibi figure coming in to go underneath my hard drive. Its gonna be a 4 inch tall Makise Kurisu figure. As for the title this is my first build all except for the MB CPU and RAM, i use to have an FX- 8350 where i got my current CPU cooler but it was an unbearably bad CPU and i started to play more than one game and I needed a upgrade bad. The CD drive right above the hard drive and underneath the HUE + its a slim model but it still works. I ripped it from a old Acer so I got it for free. My Front audio cable broke, so I ripped one from an old Dell, and put it in the back of my case for my VR headset cables. My Rift has 10 ft of another mic and headset lines, so i can use my headset and mic in VR and not the ones Oculus includes. I have two mouse pads. A big gaming one and a normal one, the gaming one attaches with Velcro to my desk. over all I love my PC, Ive only had it for about a year, but coming from Xbox. Ill honestly never touch console again, unless armored core 6 doesn't come out for PC.
Its a second screen, you can do whatever you can imagine with it. Twitch chat, hardware monitoring, or slideshows and gifs. I put it inside my case for all of those reasons. my pc is right next to me so its easy to see. The bad is it has strict viewing angles it has to be directly angled towards your face for u to see it properly. And i would use a hdmi to display port cable so it doesn't show bios stuff. Make sure to find out your gpu's default display out put, thats the first out put it uses, usually dvi then display port then hdmi. Make sure your monitor is display port 1, then this is display port 2.