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I've not owned a glass desk myself but I've used desks that are glass and they can scratch quite easily. I don't think I'd ever buy one unless I had practically covered the entire surface with some kind of mat like almost a table cloth. And that kind of defeats the purpose in the first place. I'll stick to wood.

It doesn't matter if it is glass, metal, or wood. they all still get dust on them. I know that everyone hate dust on their furniture.

There are desk mats available at the store... but desk mats can get dust on them..

You can put desk mat on the glass desk so you wouldn't worry about the scratch marks on it.

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Hmm wood it shall remain in that case!

Yeah, the wood's colour contrasts nicely with the blue walls anyway, and glass is a nightmare to clean if you're like me who notices every speck of dust and every fingerprint mark and would be wiping it every five minutes as a result.

I'm that bad with screens etc... :pinch:

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6x Dell U2410 IPS Monitors, great for multitasking!

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Running bottom 3 through a HD7970 and the top 3 through a HD6770 eyefinity 5 for the less gpu intensive stuff (remote desktops, office, web etc).

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No fancy lights or anything in the case, just functional :) XSPC H2 Tower case with their RX 480 water cooling stuff, keeps it all running silent.

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I think I win the lease tidy desk ever award.

(Thanks, I'll chuck it on my desk somewhere ;?)

Holy crap! :o That would drive me nuts!

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I think I win the lease tidy desk ever award.

(Thanks, I'll chuck it on my desk somewhere ;?)

You have a gamecube in your desktop?

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You have a gamecube in your desktop?

The PC itself is under the desk (due to not being able to step back enough couldn't fit it in the picture). The 'pc' at the side is an official gamecube development system (not a pc)

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The PC itself is under the desk (due to not being able to step back enough couldn't fit it in the picture). The 'pc' at the side is an official gamecube development system (not a pc)

Wow, I know most development system versions of consoles have some extra bulk but that things is enormous, specially when one consider the size of the actual gamecube :p what's all that extra space for?

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Wow, I know most development system versions of consoles have some extra bulk but that things is enormous, specially when one consider the size of the actual gamecube :p what's all that extra space for?

It's got a normal ATX PC PSU, a development GC board (bigger than a normal GC board) with various breakout boards, socketed IPL, a large scsi-like connector for the development PC, network debug port, 2 debug COMM ports, digital out, analogue out.

The motherboard underneth the GC board inside has things like RAM, connections to the internal hard drive, connections to the gamepad inputs, connections to a 7-segment display, etc.

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No, you win the "needs to be on that disgusting show Hoarders award. :x

Seriously man, does it still look like that ? That is not "un tidy" as you put it - that a mountain of garbage.

Wouldnt you feel better if you threw all of that away & started fresh ?

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