Show us your Workstations! - 2013 Edition


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BishopB

Your CPU 8-pin should go behind your case to the top, not like what you have. You can hide a lot more behind your motherboard tray.

Yeah I have to upload currents again; that has been changed. :P

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trek

Taken during an after-hours support call...

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Magoo

My workstation updated a bit 

 

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I call this party mode

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Mindovermaster

My workstation updated a bit 

 

I call this party mode

 

You need to update your camera now :laugh:

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Magoo

You need to update your camera now :laugh:

 

thats what im thinking too 

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ultimate99

Taken during an after-hours support call...

 

 

Are these 2 monitors connected to your T420?

Lots of VM's, eh?

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Broughton

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She needs a little clean inside when I can be bothered getting round to it, and I finally have the storage I need.

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Mindovermaster

Nice wiring :D

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Arceles

My current setup updated with an old LCD that I had lying around:

 

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P.D. Points if you can identify the camera brand....

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slendersreaper

this is my setup and work station just something i been working on to keep mind bizy dose whats needed i gess and its nice and privet 

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Mindovermaster

N64, Zelda!! *drools*

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+Frank B.

Re-arranged my setup at work a bit. Sorry about the crappy image quality.

 

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On the left; Dell Precision M6700 - mainly used for administrative tasks, remote logins

On the right: Dell Latitude E6510 - used for my 'normal' user account

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Arceles

Re-arranged my setup at work a bit. Sorry about the crappy image quality.

 

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On the left; Dell Precision M6700 - mainly used for administrative tasks, remote logins

On the right: Dell Latitude E6510 - used for my 'normal' user account

I want to work where you work, is there any position open? :D

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+John Teacake

Looks like some sort of government office lol!

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+InsaneNutter

I like that, it looks a nice environment to work in, you also have proper lights and a window!

 

The front of our building is really nice, then all the offices have horrible fluorescent tube lights, yellow walls (why...) and no windows  :(

 

Re-arranged my setup at work a bit. Sorry about the crappy image quality.

 

 

On the left; Dell Precision M6700 - mainly used for administrative tasks, remote logins

On the right: Dell Latitude E6510 - used for my 'normal' user account

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B26354

This is my setup at work:

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Right:

Dell Optiplex 745
Dell E207WFP Monitor
Windows 8.1 Enterprise

 

Left:

Dell Optiplex 780
2 Dell P2211H Monitors
Windows 8.1 Enterprise

 

And this is my view:

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TAZMINATOR

Looks like some sort of government office lol!

 

Either that or some kind of insurance office.. 

 

But I could be wrong... it could be something else such as accounting office.

 

could be anything that includes those kinds of books/binders/folders which mentioned in the photo.

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Crisp

But I could be wrong... it could be something else such as accounting office.

 

He works for the German division of the NSA.

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remixedcat

Mine still hasn't changed... just more phones on it and I got some homeplugs sitting on it he he

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Anibal P

Been trying to get a few decent shots of my current setup, the lighting in the room is not good, but the setup is almost 100% where I want it to be, soon

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Arceles

An small change...

 

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Shaun N.

My office 

 

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YounGMessiah

New changes to the desk, got it ready for my quarter that just started :)

 

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Vvo

@YounGMessiah, is that a hp elitebook docked on your desk?

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