Show us your Workstations! - 2013 Edition


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kintamanate

What's that white box on the right under the picture of Bill Gates? A fridge?

...Bill Gates sure has put on a few pounds

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Vvo

@the evn show, I'm sure those aren't gtx titans because of the 860 watt psu :laugh:

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neeldenn

Mac Mini late 2012

Quad Core i7 @2.6 GHz

16GB DDR3 1600MHz Ram

1TB Fusion Drive

 

Intel HD4000 Graphics


27" Apple Thunderbolt Display

 

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Mindovermaster

What model i7 is that? That Ivy?

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Vvo

It's an ivy alright, hd4000 gfx is only exclusive on ivy ;D I sure do love that monitor

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neeldenn

What model i7 is that? That Ivy?

Yes it's Ivy :)

 

It's an ivy alright, hd4000 gfx is only exclusive on ivy ;D I sure do love that monitor

Thanks, love the Monitor too! I was hoping to see a slimmer version of it at WWDC, but since they didn't introduce a new one and didn't have the patience, I got this one :)

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bluetree

Moved desk location and upgraded to a better camera.

 

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An inside pic if anyone is interested.

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Mindovermaster

Have enough pens and pencils there? LOL

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bluetree

I get by.  :)

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Semtex

Maybe not my whole workstation, just case and my 3 hours cables managing effect:

 

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tsupersonic

@Semtex, nice! That looks like a Fractal Design case :) I tried cable management in my Define R4, and it worked out fairly well, such an easy case to work with. 

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Semtex

@Semtex, nice! That looks like a Fractal Design case 

Thanks, and yes, ARC Midi R2, very nice case for cable management, lot space behind mobo tray. Still some things to work on it, I will try to equalize sleeved cables, I've concept on it. And maybe in future some custom LC...

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YounGMessiah

My sexy work area :D hehe wish I could show you the third bench  :shiftyninja:

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BeerFan

My newest build, pieced together from spare parts, running Linux Mint 15. Excellent case design allows for exceptionally cool and quiet operation...  :shiftyninja:

 

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Mindovermaster

I had a open face computer as well. Had an old case, ripped the backplate off, mounted it to my desk. :P

 

Oh, here, I have a pic:

 

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neeldenn

Maybe not my whole workstation, just case and my 3 hours cables managing effect:

 

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Love the clean cable management, the work was worth it ;)

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Dan~

New addition to the family.  Finally found somewhere that sold it in the correct layout (UK, love double height enter) It's the Logitech K310 Porn Proof keyboard (washable).  So far I love it, nice quite keys and replaces my Logitech MX5500 keyboard

 

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Think I'll need a wrist rest though, as this doesn't have one, but other than that, lovely jubly

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Dot Matrix

New addition to the family.  Finally found somewhere that sold it in the correct layout (UK, love double height enter) It's the Logitech K310 Porn Proof keyboard (washable).  So far I love it, nice quite keys and replaces my Logitech MX5500 keyboard

 

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Think I'll need a wrist rest though, as this doesn't have one, but other than that, lovely jubly

 

I think I just found my next keyboard.

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+longgonebn

My new workstation is almost complete, hopefully by my birthday (end of july) I will be ready to show some pics/videos.

 

That keyboard is nice, I just finally got the K750 Solar one, love it!

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Vvo

Here's mine for the summer. Pictures taken on a Samsung Galaxy S 4G SGH-T959v. 

 

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Arceles

my new workstation...
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Dot Matrix

One big happy family!

 

My CIC: HP Pavilion dm3, circa 2011, Microsoft Surface RT 64 GB, Nokia Lumia 920, Microsoft Zune HD 16 GB, Custom built desktop rig, circa 2007, custom built server rig, circa 2005. :)

 

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