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#51 2009-04-26 18:09:10

3nd3r
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Re: Desk Shots

found the bettter res images:

1009480.jpg
1009481.jpg

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#52 2009-04-26 22:46:54

fukawi2
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Re: Desk Shots

celthias wrote:

Just cleaned up my desk, so I thought I'd post my systems smile
...
and underneath the desk:

Nice case smile

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#53 2009-04-27 00:48:35

heleos
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Re: Desk Shots

fukawi2 wrote:
celthias wrote:

Just cleaned up my desk, so I thought I'd post my systems smile
...
and underneath the desk:

Nice case smile

+1, I have the same case tongue

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#54 2009-04-27 02:56:21

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Re: Desk Shots

Mismatched monitors? tsk tsk tsk big_smile  Still a sweet setup though.

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#55 2009-04-27 03:09:37

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Re: Desk Shots

dr/owned wrote:

Mismatched monitors? tsk tsk tsk big_smile  Still a sweet setup though.

the small one is a sharp 720p HDTV Monitor and the larger one is my Aceer 22'.

i really dont count my laptop screen tho as you can see its not in the main photo.

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#56 2009-04-27 09:13:32

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Re: Desk Shots

heleos wrote:
fukawi2 wrote:
celthias wrote:

Just cleaned up my desk, so I thought I'd post my systems smile
...
and underneath the desk:

Nice case smile

+1, I have the same case tongue

Haha thanks guys, yeah, seems my minimalist ways extend beyond Arch. big_smile

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#57 2009-05-02 22:32:04

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Re: Desk Shots

Here's a picture of my desk at my dorm room:
09-05_desk_t.jpg

And my workbench:
09-05_workbench_t.jpg

And the view outside my window:
09-05_view_t.jpg

Normally, when I'm home, I take the monitor on the righthand side of my desk and use it in combination with my 1440x900 monitor and my desktop box, which is getting replaced this summer.

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#58 2009-06-14 19:05:56

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Re: Desk Shots

Finally got around cleaning my desk. So here it is (clickable):

thm-DSC09390.JPG

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#59 2009-06-19 01:03:31

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Re: Desk Shots

The tidyness of the average desk is too much.
solstorm.doesntexist.com/desk.jpg
...fixed...


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#60 2009-06-19 04:24:02

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Re: Desk Shots

Here goes mine:

tMXVxOA


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#61 2009-06-19 05:30:10

Reasons
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Re: Desk Shots

Literally just taken. Stuff to note:
The computer is not done, I'm in the process of working out the front panel into a turbine fan.
The desk is getting sold. After many good years of use, I'm getting a table from ikea, 5'x2.5'. I really need the space.
My little dot mk III amp hasn't arrived. sad
imag0008400.jpg.xs.jpg

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#62 2009-06-27 23:41:29

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Re: Desk Shots

3665871653_ee15c0acaa.jpg
Flickr



This is my new desk and chair that I purchased today from the Ikea store in Orlando, Florida. I know I have a bit of a cable rat's nest going on, but so long as they don't get caught on my legs, it's all good.

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#63 2009-06-28 17:10:14

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Re: Desk Shots

Why don't people put their towers on the ground, under their desks? Is there something bad about that?

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#64 2009-06-28 17:39:29

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Re: Desk Shots

pogeymanz wrote:

Why don't people put their towers on the ground, under their desks? Is there something bad about that?

There's nothing bad about it, it's so people don't kick into them... you would also have better access to stick your flash drive in the usb ports imo. I keep mine on the ground due to the fact that there isn't any other good place to put them.

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#65 2009-06-28 20:08:15

Reasons
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Re: Desk Shots

pogeymanz wrote:

Why don't people put their towers on the ground, under their desks? Is there something bad about that?

I would keep mine on the ground, but there is no room ATM. I have 10 usb ports up top without (4 per monitor, 2 on keyboard) so I don't need those. When I move, it will probably be on the ground if it looks gooe there.

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#66 2009-06-28 22:21:50

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Re: Desk Shots

And dust too.. Feet kick up dust which gets sucked in by fans... I avoid it wherever possible.

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#67 2009-06-28 23:29:12

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Re: Desk Shots

http://www.overclock.net/gallery/showga … user/23648

Its all there, from past to new.  No notebook though, but its just a plain boring Gateway laptop thats over 4 years old.

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#68 2009-06-28 23:32:33

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Re: Desk Shots

Once you start putting crap under a desk, it limits where you can move with the chair. Plus, I never put electronics on the floor.

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#69 2009-06-28 23:54:53

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Re: Desk Shots

There's a huge amount of dust on the ground. As long as there's enough space on the table, I'll put my tower there. It's still full of dust, but at least it's not drowning...

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#70 2009-06-29 00:59:30

Reasons
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Re: Desk Shots

For dust, they're called fan filters. You only need them on intake fans, so you really only need one. Even a coffee filter will do.

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#71 2009-06-29 01:45:12

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Re: Desk Shots

So, I had an idea...

http://wintervenom.brandonw.net/Scott%2 … et%201.jpg
[url]http://wintervenom.brandonw.net/Scott Garrett/Images/Photos/Homemade Tablet 2.jpg[/url]

Last edited by DevoidOfWindows (2009-06-29 01:45:26)

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#72 2009-06-29 02:30:05

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Re: Desk Shots

DevoidOfWindows wrote:

So, I had an idea...

http://wintervenom.brandonw.net/Scott%2 … et%201.jpg
[url]http://wintervenom.brandonw.net/Scott Garrett/Images/Photos/Homemade Tablet 2.jpg[/url]

d(^.^d) - Thumbs up.

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#73 2009-06-29 05:00:54

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Re: Desk Shots

DevoidOfWindows wrote:

So, I had an idea...

http://wintervenom.brandonw.net/Scott%2 … et%201.jpg
[url]http://wintervenom.brandonw.net/Scott Garrett/Images/Photos/Homemade Tablet 2.jpg[/url]

How did you do that with the screen? big_smile

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#74 2009-06-29 07:33:58

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Re: Desk Shots

Acecero wrote:
DevoidOfWindows wrote:

So, I had an idea...

http://wintervenom.brandonw.net/Scott%2 … et%201.jpg
[url]http://wintervenom.brandonw.net/Scott Garrett/Images/Photos/Homemade Tablet 2.jpg[/url]

How did you do that with the screen? big_smile

man xrandr

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#75 2009-06-29 22:10:52

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Re: Desk Shots

th_desk.jpg

== EDIT == : Fixed Image, Sorry!

I had a version with annotations telling what was what. I don't know. I cheated, I was playin PS3 at the time to hide Ubuntu... smile A single hit of a button would change to VGA, hence, Ubuntu. Installin Arch tomorrow, and I have banding to put on the edges. A gromet hole wll be in the final desk too, along with drawers. The drawers are a nice addition, when I get them on (should be on by Thanksgiving no later, hopefully before school, 7th grade for me, starts in late August)

Enjoy the look of it. That computer to the extreme left is my Mom's Windows XP SP3 computer that is a complete epic fail. Too many issues. I have threatened to wipe it and put Ubuntu on it....... its made for beginners. BUT... she uses yahoo and skype too much. Oh well. Not in this pic is my Dad's messed up PC, he is *trying* to run Linux. He is a veteran at it but has hardware problems in Ubuntu LOL. He also has a *ugh* Vista laptop.

The PS3 is a 60GB. If any PS3 users have any games in common with me and they use Linux, email (since there is no PM on here it appears...) me with your screen name and what games you have... we should be able to battle (or, in some games' cases, CO-OP (-: )

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