The main computer also serves as an HTPC. The slim HDMI cable running through the hole in the wall...
...connects to the AV receiver in the living room. The color on the TV is much different than what is shown on this photo; plasmas flicker like CRTs on camera.
My trusty old socket 939 opteron x2 in the hobby room/workshop:
The server closet. It's powered by a Pentium M and currently has 8TB of storage. Stores everything from DOS games to 35GB BD movies.
Entering the Old PC room:
The ugly-as-sin tower houses my Tualatin machine. P3-S at 1585/151FSB, Radeon 9800 Pro, 1.5GB of SDRAM at 151MHz/CL2, 250GB HDD, XP Pro. It's running the smaller monitor.
The Dell T550 driving that CRT has a 900MHz P3, Voodoo3-3000 AGP card, 384MB of RAM, and Win98SE. The cardboard PC is my DOS machine.
Yup, another closet invaded by computers.
More parts and an old Mac SE:
A random laptop:
P6 chip. Triple the speed of the Pentium.
Tualatin: PIII-S @ 1628 MHz | QDI Advance 12T | 2GB DDR-310 | 6800GT | X-Fi | 500GB HDD | 3DMark01: 14,059
Dothan: PM @ 2720 MHz | MSI Speedster FA4 | 2GB DDR2-544 | GTX-280 | X-Fi | 500GB SSD | 3DMark01: 42,148