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  Reply # 141210 29-Jun-2008 13:34
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I am unlocking this as requested...





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  Reply # 141229 29-Jun-2008 14:49
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My messy desk. Well actually, its tidier than usual. Inside the wardrobe you can see my main PC, also my On Air
PC for the Cheese.. mixing desk just to the right, microphone, rack mount gear.. yadda yadda..
Oh.. and a dead PC on the floor to the left which I must try to fix sometime.. Big speakers on desk are for
general monitoring (I can switch anything across them via my audio patch panel) and little speaker
are 'cue' or 'monitor' for recording on The Cheese. Theres also a PC (obscured) in the wardrobe handling my
internet streaming and a UPS. Desk is a cheap jobbie from Warehouse Stationary.

I would post a photo of my desk at work, but it's quite disgraceful ;)





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  Reply # 141230 29-Jun-2008 14:49
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Nirodha:

How about I show off my Vista desktop instead? Money mouth

 

 



Good god man.. can't you resize the image? :P ;)




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  Reply # 141234 29-Jun-2008 14:55
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ZollyMonsta:
Nirodha:

How about I show off my Vista desktop instead? Money mouth





Good god man.. can't you resize the image? :P ;)


There is that, there is also the fact this is a thread for photos of physical desks not screencaps of your PC desktop, hence both of Nirodha's posts being hidden.

Try http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=50&TopicId=18540

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  Reply # 141238 29-Jun-2008 14:57
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Chaks, is that the school of business I can see out of your window?

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Reply # 141240 29-Jun-2008 15:12
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scottjpalmer:
ZollyMonsta:
Nirodha:

How about I show off my Vista desktop instead? Money mouth





Good god man.. can't you resize the image? :P ;)


There is that, there is also the fact this is a thread for photos of physical desks not screencaps of your PC desktop, hence both of Nirodha's posts being hidden.

Try http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=50&TopicId=18540


Oh, sorry! I guess that makes me the egg of the day then! Laughing

 

I actually deleted one of those post...


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  Reply # 141264 29-Jun-2008 16:55
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This is a photo of my main desk in my office.
My Desk

To the left is a 17" CRT which is connected to my 8 port KVM
As well as my main computer is on the left as well.

Behind (under the massive speaker) Is my rack cabinet which is packed with stuff :D




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  Reply # 142291 2-Jul-2008 17:11
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Not my desk as such. But workbench. Which is the same but different.



http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v158/simey/HDMI/DSCN9165B.jpg

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24x 1TB Seagate ES Drives, 3ware 24 Port Raid Card. Quad core Xeon, 4GB RAM etc.

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  Reply # 142367 2-Jul-2008 21:48
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wow

what on earth do you store on that beast?!

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  Reply # 142375 2-Jul-2008 22:03
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Thats over 30,000 of PC in that one space... What happens if you drop it? :P




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  Reply # 142389 2-Jul-2008 22:37
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Money mouth  *insert jealous icon here*




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Dropping it is not an option!  It is verrryyy heavy however, base chassis is 25kg alone, plus about 12kg worth of HDDs.....


Unfortunatly its not mine :( I just sold/config'ed the machine.

Most people use them for backup storage, or for high volume storage such as academic research work.

I think ill make a new thread, there are a number of cool toys servers etc that are around for you to drool overLaughing

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Simonm: Dropping it is not an option!  It is verrryyy heavy however, base chassis is 25kg alone, plus about 12kg worth of HDDs.....


Unfortunatly its not mine :( I just sold/config'ed the machine.

Most people use them for backup storage, or for high volume storage such as academic research work.

I think ill make a new thread, there are a number of cool toys servers etc that are around for you to drool overLaughing


Post the link to the new thread here for us.




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New job, new office, new toys.

Compaq 8510p T7700 C2D 2GB 1680x1050 + 220BW 22" 1680x1050 LCD (Sometimes have dual screen going, but mostly one is good).

Was think about selling those Z2300 2.1 THX 200w RMS speakers and sub, but I just couldn't part with them.

Logitech MX5500 bluetooth desktop FTW. Best mouse and kb I have ever used - period.

my desktop




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  Reply # 146210 10-Jul-2008 16:39
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OK - here's my office.

It's a mess - but the view is great!







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