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# 38245 27-Jul-2009 13:01
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I was trying to find some pictures of the other users computers to compare to mine.
I notice alot of people say what spec their computers are in their signature but it doesnt count if your 51 1TB harddrives are all lying on the un-used side of your queen sized bed.

Do you have a titanium telescopic multi level pneumatic screen array that hold 84 dell 36 inch lcds?
Is your home theater PC also a fish tank?

Please post the pics of your PC in here for us to "gander" at.


here is mine

https://cdn.geekzone.co.nz/imagessubs/blogd364fb6b4ee6f55d0d2f87f144049d84.jpg

 
hope that works

its pretty crap.

cheers



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  # 239350 27-Jul-2009 14:30
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Nope, thats damn nice compared to my home setup :-p

I liiterally ripped a hole in the base of my case and stuck a couple of bits of wood underneath to raise it up.... why ?
So the fan in my 2nd video card wouldnt catch on the bottom of the case.

I'll get pics up here when I get home :)




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  # 239356 27-Jul-2009 14:47
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xpd: Nope, thats damn nice compared to my home setup :-p

I liiterally ripped a hole in the base of my case and stuck a couple of bits of wood underneath to raise it up.... why ?
So the fan in my 2nd video card wouldnt catch on the bottom of the case.

I'll get pics up here when I get home :)


Thats Awesome Mana to you sir!
if your fan is so big you had to rip a hole in the bottom of your pc thats pretty manly.

nice

 
 
 
 


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  # 239366 27-Jul-2009 15:33
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http://lifehacker.com/5322389/photograph-your-workspace-for-fame-and-fortune

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  # 239369 27-Jul-2009 15:46
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James - whats the device on the far left with the handle?? Is it water cooled??




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  # 239371 27-Jul-2009 15:49
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hbk: http://lifehacker.com/5322389/photograph-your-workspace-for-fame-and-fortune


is one of those/all of those yours?




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  # 239373 27-Jul-2009 15:55
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ascroft: James - whats the device on the far left with the handle?? Is it water cooled??



That would be my wifes 3rd generation advanced water engaging unit she uses for her new computer game sim-Barista. And i use liquid nitrogen to cool that bad boy and run it a 7.3ghz.

thanks for asking






 

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  # 239385 27-Jul-2009 16:30
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jamesvini:
hbk: http://lifehacker.com/5322389/photograph-your-workspace-for-fame-and-fortune


is one of those/all of those yours?


No, I just came across that article when reading lifehacker earlier, there's a link to a gallery with hundreds of workstation setups that is interesting to browse.

 
 
 
 


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# 239391 27-Jul-2009 16:42
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Why don't you post pictures of your desk/workspace here.

Or, you can post a picture of your desktop here.

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  # 239393 27-Jul-2009 16:55
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Part of my setup, IN VIDEO FORMAT!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fEllqVEAXog

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  # 239395 27-Jul-2009 17:10
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That's my beloved PIII. It may not look like much, but it beat quite a few P4s in it's time. It was also the base for my home security system and was also hooked up with a telephone line, so I was able to control the PC/check the security/turn on-off devices all from any phone :)

 

Also created an external storage box with an array of three HDDs. The cool part was the LEDs: a set of green and reds for each drive. As you might have guessed, the red LED of a particular set would glow when something's been written to, and the green one glowed when something's been read from that drive. The insides of the box is lined with foil, so the light bounces off the walls and the whole box glows. The lights were software driven, connected via the parallel port.



 

 

Before you can ask, nah I'm not using the P3 currently, although I would love to.

"Upgraded" to one of those run-off-the-mill Sony Vaios in Jan this year. :/

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  # 239409 27-Jul-2009 17:39
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rscole86: Why don't you post pictures of your desk/workspace here.

Or, you can post a picture of your desktop here.


Obviously this was a little too suble, please post your desk's and desktops at the mentioned threads.
There is no need for a duplicate thread to carry on, hence this will be locked.

Feel free to PM me if you are desperate to have this unlocked.

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