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post up pics of your "computing area"

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Reply 360 of 1869, by Splinter

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Work, never seem to keep it tidy.
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Home where I don't work at all. The tv/monitor is a Samsung 27" which I'm still getting used to 🤣.
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Main rig Ryzen 2600X Strix RX580 32GB RAM
Secondary rig FX8350 GTX960 16GB RAM

Reply 364 of 1869, by Xolares

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Waiting for new Desk

Main PC
Core i7 4770K 4GHZ
16GB DDR3 2133MHZ
2x Geforce GTX780 SLI OC
Soundblaster ZXR PCIe
Gigabyte Z87 Quad SLI/Xfire
WIndows 8 Pro X64
4x 3TB WD GREEN for Storage
2x 2TB WD Black for Games RAID 0
2x 120GB SSD Intel RAID 0 (OS Drive)
2x 60GB SSD for main games
LSI RAID PCIe 4x Raid card 38 Port

Classic rig Current Config
Duel Pentium III 800MHZ SLOT 1
512MB SDRAM PC133
Geforce 4 TI 4200 64MB AGP
2x Voodoo 2 12MB PCI (TBA Ebay Germany)
Soundblaster 16 Classic ISA linked to Live! 5.1 output
3COM NIC PCI 10/100
20GB IDE WD IDE
38GB Maxtor SCSI (OS)
Sony DVD Burner IDE

Server system
6x Intel Pentium III XEON 800MHZ
1024MB PC133 ECC SDRAM
8x 36GB SCSI Maxtor RAID
DVD-ROM NEC IDE
Windows Server 2003
3x 10/100/1000 NIC INTEL PCI64
ATi Rage 2c 8MB

2x P3 800MHZ - 1GB PC133 - 3DFX Voodoo 5 5500 64MB - Soundblaster AWE32 28MB 32Pin ISA & Music Quest ISA MIDI I/O + Roland SC-88 Pro - 2x IDE to CF 16GB Flash HDDs-Win98SE SP3 137GB+-Windows 2000 SP4R2-17" CRT NEC MultiSync 1600x1200

Reply 366 of 1869, by badmojo

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I’ve been doing a bit of work on my computer area lately, firstly installing an adjustable desk for my wife who works from home sometimes and wanted the option of a stand-up desk. This thing is motorised, so goes up and down at the touch of a button. It’s not a bad setup, although it doesn’t go as low as it was advertised as going. Making sure no cords restricted the movement was also a bit tricky!

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And here’s my side of the room. The desk was always a bit shallow to fit a CRT and keyboard on comfortably, but thanks to the chunk of desk I chopped out to fit the stand-up desk in, I was able to make an extension to give me more room to move:

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Reply 367 of 1869, by Xolares

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Nice IBM 386 Era Keyboard! 😀

2x P3 800MHZ - 1GB PC133 - 3DFX Voodoo 5 5500 64MB - Soundblaster AWE32 28MB 32Pin ISA & Music Quest ISA MIDI I/O + Roland SC-88 Pro - 2x IDE to CF 16GB Flash HDDs-Win98SE SP3 137GB+-Windows 2000 SP4R2-17" CRT NEC MultiSync 1600x1200

Reply 368 of 1869, by Great Hierophant

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Here are the choice pics of my setup :

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Next is the monitor :

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The sound devices are next, should be mostly self-expanatory :

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And finally the front of the system and keyboard :

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Reply 370 of 1869, by mr_bigmouth_502

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robertmo wrote:

What is that thing in the window?
btw move your pictures to some image hosting site.

That's an air conditioner. They're quite common down in the 'States, and a fair number of people own them up here in Canada as well. They help to keep things cool during the hot summer months! 😁

Reply 371 of 1869, by keropi

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^ that "window-installed" a/c is not used in EU , that's why I think robertmo asked...
we have split-type ones, main compressor outside and the rest inside the house up in a wall somewhere.... 😉

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Reply 373 of 1869, by bristlehog

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Great Hierophant, is that an Epson SD-800 combo FDD? And do I see a CF card sticking out of some 3.5" shield?

Also, there's a long hair lying over left Ctrl key of your keyboard. What did you do over there and with whom? 😉

Reply 377 of 1869, by LunarG

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Here's my little computing place. I don't normally keep the blinds up and window open behind my computer desk, but at the moment it's so bloody hot I need to keep as much air flowing through the flat as possible, or else I might overheat. Also, the airflow seems to be doing wonders for temperatures in my computer 😁

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Thinking of hanging my speakers on the wall, to be able to fit three screens on the desk. Want to be able to have my retro systems set up there as well. Means I'll have to sacrifice using two screens on my main computer though, but I guess it'll be worth it. It's very nice having one screen for Netbeans and another one for javadoc though.

WinXP : PIII 1.4GHz, 512MB RAM, 73GB SCSI HDD, Matrox Parhelia, SB Audigy 2.
Win98se : K6-3+ 500MHz, 256MB RAM, 80GB HDD, Matrox Millennium G400 MAX, Voodoo 2, SW1000XG.
DOS6.22 : Intel DX4, 64MB RAM, 1.6GB HDD, Diamond Stealth64 DRAM, GUS 1MB, SB16.

Reply 379 of 1869, by LunarG

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vikpc wrote:

😎 CD under speaker sometime die under sun light

Aye, yeah, they are dead ones anyway, it's my "dead disc" spindle.

WinXP : PIII 1.4GHz, 512MB RAM, 73GB SCSI HDD, Matrox Parhelia, SB Audigy 2.
Win98se : K6-3+ 500MHz, 256MB RAM, 80GB HDD, Matrox Millennium G400 MAX, Voodoo 2, SW1000XG.
DOS6.22 : Intel DX4, 64MB RAM, 1.6GB HDD, Diamond Stealth64 DRAM, GUS 1MB, SB16.