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post up pics of your "computing area"

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Reply 1461 of 1465, by pete8475

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Fujoshi-hime wrote on 2020-03-09, 01:52:
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Great setup!

Be careful with cords around that rad though, they can get very hot if you're using the heat!

Reply 1462 of 1465, by JoeCorrado

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My work (FUN) space is of course, in the basement. The only place that I can spread out and not be in my wife's way! It has taken a long while to make it to this spot, and there is still plenty to do. It is my retirement plan since everybody tells me that when you retire, we all need a hobby. This is mine.

The first shows the workbench. Currently, a 486DX4/100 WFWG build on a LuckyStar 486 motherboard.

The second is my "play space" - Three PC's running DOS through WIN98se capable machines.

The third shows inventory and storage space. (I get carried away sometimes- but am ready for most projects!)

Retirement- is that a light I see up ahead??

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-- Regards, Joe

Expect out of life, that which you put into it.

Reply 1463 of 1465, by Fujoshi-hime

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pete8475 wrote on 2020-03-26, 03:48:

Great setup!

Be careful with cords around that rad though, they can get very hot if you're using the heat!

It's not a problem, I don't use that radiator and if I do, since I'll use that area more, I'll keep it low. If you look at the bottom it has a valve, so I can shut it off entirely or run it at a trickle so it just gest 'warm'. 😀

Reply 1464 of 1465, by chinny22

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DaveJustDave wrote on 2020-03-25, 19:00:

cleaned things up a bit

very nice and organised but must hurt messing round on the mac's after a while 😉

Reply 1465 of 1465, by ynari

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I'm finally not ashamed to show the setup of my study/computing room. With the UK in lock down and spending more time in this room than any other due to home working, I figured I'd better get the room ship shape.

Bar a couple of unfinished builds, a coat of paint, and tidily wiring everything the room is not far off what I want it to be. There are going to be fourteen computers (and a Raspberry Pi) in here once it's complete. Most are either under the desk, or behind/to the side of the monitors.

It's quite a small room, so fitting everything in is a little challenging.

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