Show us your Workstations! - 2012 Edition


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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 ?

Organize it at least lol

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@ Lqv2015, lol!! bed and computer in one using a crt monitor. There's nothing wrong with that, I just find it amusing how people find creative ways of setting up their workspace

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6x Dell U2410 IPS Monitors, great for multitasking!

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).

I bought an ASUS HD6670 for the express purpose of having it drive 3 monitors.

I cannot get it to show more than 2 displays at a time. What's the trick? All my monitors are connected via DVI.

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I bought an ASUS HD6670 for the express purpose of having it drive 3 monitors.

I cannot get it to show more than 2 displays at a time. What's the trick? All my monitors are connected via DVI.

One monitor must be connected by DisplayPort, you can get a DP to DVI converter to do this.

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I think I win the lease tidy desk ever award.

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

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Man, just looking at this makes my OCD's go crazy.

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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.

So did you develop for GC or how did you get your hands on this?

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This is my setup today :)

Hardware from left to right and down ....

3rd Gen iPad | Apple Thunderbolt Display | Samsung Galaxy Nexus | iPhone 4 | Line6 POD v2 | Apple Magic Mouse | Late 2011 Apple Macbook Pro 2.4ghz i7 (MacBookPro8,2) (8gb Ram - Force GT 240 SSD) | Focusrite Saffire Pro 14 Audio Device | Apple Magic Trackpad | M1Active 520 Monitors | Gibson Les Paul Standard (1989 model) | Martin DX1RAE Acoustic | Blackstar HT-1R | Marshall JCM 2553 25th Anniversary Head | Marshall Silver Jubilee 2556A Cab | Pedalboard with Boss DD-3, Electro Harmonix LPB-1 Boost, Vox Wah and Boss TU-2 Tuner

Whew! Man, I LOVE my little home office :D

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Nice setup, but god terrible pic Spirit Dave. Makes my eyes want to bleed

haha ... yeah it's a good setup.

No it's not instagrammed, it was a terrible photo (I'm no photographer!) and so I threw a quick color alteration on it in Analog for Mac :D

But who cares about the photo quality ... it's how comfortable I am right now in my office :D

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Why not.

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By arceles at 2012-01-10

AMD APU 3410MX @ 2.9 GHz xfire with Radeon 6750m @ 770 core & 970 mem.

Yes why not :)? But you should have thought about some cooler like this one: http://www.zalman.com/ENG/product/Product_Read.asp?idx=276 . I've got one like that myself, all copper= needs not that hard cooling like aluminium does ;).
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People still use dial up?

Yes. There are many spots in the States where broadband Internet doesn't reach yet.

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Yes. There are many spots in the States where broadband Internet doesn't reach yet.

I thought you were kidding so I looked it up... seriously what the fudgecake?

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I thought you were kidding so I looked it up... seriously what the fudgecake?

Its mainly because of population density. The desert and certain other areas make it cost prohibitive.

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I remember when aol used to send me free coasters all in hopes that I would re pour pose the coaster as a FREE AOL cd and sign up for their dial up.

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