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 PostPost subject: Re: Social: What does your desk look like?        Posted: Mon Dec 23, 2013 3:33 pm 
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 PostPost subject: Re: Social: What does your desk look like?        Posted: Tue Dec 24, 2013 9:27 am 
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Here's the rest of my desk. I can't get back far enough to take a full shot, I run into the wall.

First I would like to point out that the wall isn't actually that dirty, the camera makes it look a _lot_ worse than it really is, I can barely see it sitting at my desk.
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Well, my desk has got a bit of a new addition that I'm typing this on. A Dell Optiplex GX280. Here's some pictures made by my horrible 3DS camera. (Hey, at least the filesizes are small.)

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 PostPost subject: Re: Social: What does your desk look like?        Posted: Fri Feb 28, 2014 9:23 am 
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Here it is my desk again, with some updates. :D

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From left to right:

My new PC (Core i5 4670 - 3.4GHz, 8GB RAM, 500GB HDD, MSI GAMING 270X 2GB OC), I use it with Windows 8.1 and OS X Mavericks;
Xbox 360, 250GB HDD;
iPod touch 4th generation, 8GB;
External 500GB HDD with USB 3;
Below the desk, a Power Macintosh G3 B&W (PowerPC 750 - 350MHz, 256MB RAM, 160GB and 40GB HDD, ATI Rage 128 - 16MB) with Mac OS 8.6 (from original restore media), 9.2.2, 10.1 and 10.4.11;
Samsung T24A550 LED monitor;
Microsoft Wireless Desktop 2000;
iPad 4th generation, 16GB.

Here is "About This Mac"

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Under the desk view, my PC, and my subwoofer.

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My primary desk; with my new Chroma keyboard, my iMac, and my 1920x1080 monitor; along with other [censored], including my new copy of Pokemon OmegaRuby (woohoo!)

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My PC monitor, me watching adiblasi's videos as I like to do from time to time (he's a funny guy).

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My iMac's desktop; currently doing nothing, today it's had a Server 2003 VM running on it, but it's inactive atm.

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My 1TB Western Digital external hard disk connected via USB 2.0 to my iMac. (sorry that it's sideways!)

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My TV area -- including my Xbox 360 and cable box; as well as my family's router.

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My *other* desk; including my "learning German" book, one speaker, my stereo system, my Macintosh IIsi, etcetera.

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Romulus, who doesn't work (I think it's an issue with the PRAM battery), gets a close up. Smile, you old man.

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Old Mac keyboard and mouse set -- got this for $26 (egh.)

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My Xbox original which I netted from a flea market for $10 some time ago.

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 PostPost subject: Re: Social: What does your desk look like?        Posted: Sun Jan 04, 2015 6:08 pm 
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Romulus, who doesn't work (I think it's an issue with the PRAM battery), gets a close up. Smile, you old man.


Heee, I have the same at home, but I unfortunately have no screen which goes with, and I have it for 2 years..... :$

Then, I also have a Macintosh Classic II and Macintosh IIvi who misses the hard disk and the reader diskette!
Her fact for a long time that I did not try the Macintosh Classic II...

And the same mouse and keyboard!
I have several keyboards of different type but always of Apple !!! :)

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 PostPost subject: Re: Social: What does your desk look like?        Posted: Mon Mar 09, 2015 3:04 am 
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My computer room and game room have merged months ago and haven't showed the new setup until now

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Desktop setup (Under the desk is still the same)

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There's a laser printer, and monitor on either side of the main iron. On top of the main iron is an IBM Thinkpad T40 and an IBM usb keyboard. On the right is a EEEPC (early model). The pic was taken with a surface pro.

The main iron is supposed to be multi-boot, with Windows 2000, XP and XP64 on it, but only 2000 works. It has 2 one-terabyte diskettes in them. It's basically a home-brew.

In front of the monitor is a torch (yellow and black) and a clock-timer (white).

The library-kin to the right consists of current reading mater: electromagnetism, latex and some books on the history of language.


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Just did some organizing, although I still need to vacuum ;)

I've got various vintage systems around, but these two machines are where I spend most of my free time. On the left is my modern custom box: an i7 4790k build crammed into a prototype XBox case.. not ideal for ventilation, but I wasn't going to let an empty ADK case go to waste :) In the year it's been since I built this setup, I still haven't bit the bullet and gotten a decent GPU for it, so I'm currently on Intel graphics until I finally upgrade.. which sucks when you're driving a 4k screen :p

On the right is my tweener/vintage(ish) gaming build. It's got dual 1.4GHz PIII Tualatins, 2 GB of ram, a GeForce FX 5950 Ultra, and a terabyte of storage space, but honestly my favorite component of this thing is the front panel with it's 7 segment frequency display.. Reminds me of 386/486 towers that often had the same thing :) This thing is a beast, it performs outstandingly for it's age. I'm considering upgrading the RAM to the max 4 GB the board supports, but Windows 2000 wouldn't even be able to use it all. I've also been considering splitting the hard disk into two 500GB partitions and installing Whistler 2416 or 2419, but I'm undecided as I normally wouldn't install a beta OS on hardware I use frequently.

The monitor to the left is my 4k screen, which I only use with my modern build. The one in the center is accessible to both computers, and the CRT is obviously just for the old box. The keyboard on the left is my beloved Model F. I have never used another keyboard that can even begin to compare to this iron beast of buckling spring goodness. To the right of that is the old PC's keyboard. It's fairly decent, an NMB hi-tek model. I've considered a KVM switch so I could just use the F122, but as much as I love it's clicky-ness it's nice to take an occasional break and use the NMB keyboard. Down below is my scanner, which I've used for hundreds of uploads. I've got a love/hate relationship with that thing, when it works properly it's great, but it doesn't always want to work properly :p

Well that's my setup. Sorry for the poor image quality, my phone's camera isn't exactly the best :p

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My gaming build is on the left, along with my 4K monitor, keyboard and trackball, along with some other stuff. On the right is my beloved jailbroken PS3 :P

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Nice MDD beanboy89.
Looks like a tidy setup for all the PCs!

My new deskie is delayed while I still plan to obtain a laptop stand and while I wait for my new 12U rack on wheels to arrive to try and house some of the LAN party gear. At the moment it's a mess and I need a better cable management strategy.

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