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HP Pavilion Desktop Question

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HP Pavilion gaming desktop
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I have a question about where to put my gaming desktop. I don't have a wooden or plastic table and don't really have any money to afford another table. I only have a glass table and wanted to know if I could put my PC on the glass table. This may be a bit stupid question but I heard people say to put PC on wooden table and not glass so I just want to make sure I'm doing right thing.
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@Badvibes, welcome to the forum.

 

You can setup your computer on any surface that you have available; even the floor if it is not carpet.  Place a board on the floor the size of the computer if there is carpet.  If you set it on a glass table you should assure that the glass is thick enough to hold it without breaking through.  This is why it is not necessarily recommended.  I would say tempered glass at least 1/4" thick would be sufficient.  Just be very carefull!!

 

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So I can put it on floor on a cardboard?
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@Badvibes, yes, cardboard should be fine.  I would find a piece that is thick enough to hold it without tipping.  Personally, I would find a piece of 3/4" plywood to use.






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