My Gear

PC Build

Motherboard: MSI Z270 Gaming M7, Socket-1151
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6700K CPU @ 4.00GHz 4.01GHz
RAM: Ballistix Elite DDR4 16GB
GPU: MSI Nvidia GeForce 970 4G OC
PSU:
EVGA GQ 850W Hybrid Modular 80+
SSD: Samsung 960 EVO 500GB M.2 PCIe
Case: Fractal Design Meshify C Tempered Glass
CPU Cooler: Corsair Hydro Series H60

Monitors

Mount: iiglo MS410
Main monitor: Acer Predator XB271H 1920x1080
Left monitor: HP L1950 1280x1024
Right Monitor: HP L1940T 1280x1024
Top monitor: Dell XPS 1600x1200 

Streaming equipment

Mic: Blue Microphones Yeti Mikrofon Blackout
Boom: Svive Hydra Pro Studioarm
Pop filter: Svive Hydra Pop Filter

Farming Simulator 2019
For playing Farming Simulator I have aquired some rather special gear.

I use joysticks by Otto that has acually been mounted in a real forestry machine. The sticks I use are found in for example Rottne H8. They have X and Y axis as a normal joystick. Also a Z axis on the thumb. In addition to that I get 5 buttons on the stick itself aswell.

The sticks are in its original state. I have manufactured one adapter for each stick in order to get this to work with the computer.
I also have some pedals from acual forestry machines too. I use the right one fo applying gas and the left "button"-pedal I use for instantly shifting the axis on the throttle so if I go backwards and press the "button"-pedal I start going forward instead until I release the "button-pedal".
The adaptors are made from a curcuit board called Arduino. Its a simple to learn platform for electronics. I learned the basics and then I just stumbled forward and tried what worked.

Eventually I was able to recieve the signals and then also send them through cable to USB. So what I do is recieving analog signals from the sticks and convert those to digital outputs that I then send in a way so the PC thinks its a regular Plug & Play Joystick.
Except the sticks I have also made 3D printed holders for the joysticks to sit in and also for mounting on my DX Racer chair. Right now I have no speedmount for it so I need to bring out the screwdriver in order to mount/dismount it, but thats ok for me.
Its hard to estimate since I didnt keep track of time, but safe to say I have used more then 100 hours in order to polish this setup for it to be the best you can have for Farming Simulator.