Show us your Workstations! - 2013 Edition


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YounGMessiah

Yes :)

A 86 or 87 something

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Vvo

I figured, because my probook doesn't have the option to be docked 

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YounGMessiah

Funny part is I dont use it much..  I use my Vaio (not in photo) more.  I just acquired the HP, so im not used to it yet.

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skyrocket

Just picked up this Asus Q301LA yesterday. It's nice to have a new computer coming from the early 2006 Mac mini I had before! Here's my current setup. Saving for a nice 27" monitor as we speak. :)

 

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bucko

Just picked up this Asus Q301LA yesterday. It's nice to have a new computer coming from the early 2006 Mac mini I had before! Here's my current setup. Saving for a nice 27" monitor as we speak. :)

 

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Hehe I still have my old G4 Mac Mini running Ubuntu. But I hardly use it, nice desk.

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+Frank B.

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.

 

 

He works for the German division of the NSA.

Neither nor - I work for a valve manufacturer: http://www.schuf.com

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-Jenks

Just cleaned up my desk. This is a Lenovo Y580 with 16GB of RAM and a 128 GB Vertex 4 SSD connected to a 21" 1080p Dell monitor.

 

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skyrocket

Hehe I still have my old G4 Mac Mini running Ubuntu. But I hardly use it, nice desk.

 

Thanks! I have plans to make it a media center at some point. :D

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Chasethebase

Thread Cleaned, please stay on topic

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GUNNER

I showed you my workstation months ago. Decided to take a pic of the inside of my comp.

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Mindovermaster

Not the best wire management I've seen, but not too shabby :)

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GUNNER

Glad You can't see the rats nest behind the desk lol. Thanks

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Caleo

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Miniaturized recently.

 

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i5 3570K @ 4.2ghz with Coolermaster TX3

XFX Radeon 7870 Double-D

MSI Z77IA-E53 motherboard

8GB DDR3

Vertex 4 128GB + Kingston V+100 96GB SSDs

WD Caviar Black 1TB + WD Caviar Green 2TB

Seasonic X650 full modular

 

Took some effort to make it work (it's a tight fit with the PSU, had to remove the bracket to move it closer to the back of the case for it to fit with the long graphics card). The cooler barely fit, good thing my SATA/power connectors on the drives are angled. Temps are pretty good considering how quiet the rig is. No regrets, it's awesome to have such a small PC.

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+longgonebn

Good stuff, I love when power becomes small form :)

 

I will almost be ready to post pics in a week or so, finally have my setup how I want!

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Damien

Just an update to my workstation/lappy :)

 

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Dinggus

node304.jpg

Node304Innards.jpg

 

Miniaturized recently.

 

Fractal Design Node 304

i5 3570K @ 4.2ghz with Coolermaster TX3

XFX Radeon 7870 Double-D

MSI Z77IA-E53 motherboard

8GB DDR3

Vertex 4 128GB + Kingston V+100 96GB SSDs

WD Caviar Black 1TB + WD Caviar Green 2TB

Seasonic X650 full modular

 

Took some effort to make it work (it's a tight fit with the PSU, had to remove the bracket to move it closer to the back of the case for it to fit with the long graphics card). The cooler barely fit, good thing my SATA/power connectors on the drives are angled. Temps are pretty good considering how quiet the rig is. No regrets, it's awesome to have such a small PC.

 

What is that?!? I want it.

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iGamerDax

Awesome setups you all got! 

 

Here's my setup:

 

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Sorry for the huge images ;).

 

PC specs:

 

Intel i7 2600k @ 3,4 ghz

AMD 6970 2GB (upgrading in the coming months)

Corsair TX750M

Asus P8P76 3.1 rev

Corsair 500r

Corsair H60

WD Caviar Blue 500 GB

WD Caviar Blue 1 TB

Corsair Vengeance 16 GB RAM @ 1600 Mhz

 

I got 3 x Iiyama Prolite E2473HDS

iPad 2 wifi - 64 GB

iPod Touch 4G - 32 GB

Samsung Smartphone (don't know the exact model :s)

Random 24 inch Full HD tv hooked up to my PS3 slim - 250GB (used only as media player)

Logitech k300 Compact keyboard

Logitech G9x gaming mouse

Logitech G13 gameboard

Speedlink Medusa 5.1 surround sound headset

Steelseries Siberia V2 headset

2 x 2.1 sound system (planning to hook them up together)

HP G62 laptop

Packard Bell Dot s laptop

Thrustmaster T. flight Stick HOTAS

Etc....

 

I am game commentator on YouTube so I also need my microphone setup:

 

Blue Snowball

Samson PS01 popfilter

Random microphone stand from K&M

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medhunter

Hehe I still have my old G4 Mac Mini running Ubuntu. But I hardly use it, nice desk.

I think that there is a bottle of hand ygiene out there..N'est ce pas?

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Vvo

All tidied up with the arrival of my new keyboard

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Terry504

the room of junk

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Mindovermaster

Lot's of drugs, too.  :s

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colealtdelete

Need new monitors, these are about ~5 years old each. (As well as a new P&S Camera)

 

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Vvo

i see a cm quickfire tk mechanical keyboard :D

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