Show us your Workstations! - 2013 Edition


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remixedcat

Think it's a 300. Very happy with Antec's quality on it.

I love Antec!

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Chasethebase

In regards to the SiderWinder X4, does it only come with red back lighting?

The SideWinder X4 is a good keyboard, I've had the joy of using one in the past and I am quite a fan of it. I'm currently liking the look of the Logitech G710+ though

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ramzorz

Excuse the wiring. I was testing out the space for a quad monitor setup, now to order the stand. :woot:

Looks nice and comfy with the doggie next to you. n__n

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beanboy89

I told myself a year ago that I was going to strip off my wallpaper/repaint and get new flooring. I started doing it, but I lost motivation and never finished. I really need to get on this.

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trek

When my T420 is docked at home

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remixedcat

keep the cheesy decor.... the next person that moves in is gonna have a little boy named ben that will love it to bits

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Joseph B

Still need a Matrix poster. :D

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AnotherITguy

Neo, you take the red red pill, and you follow the rabit hole, you take the blue pill and you go back to your normal life as if nothing happened....

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Vvo

So jelly of your cm quickfire rapid

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SadJoker

Trying to keep it tidy, simple and clean (Y) (Y)

Question, does that room get really cold?

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#Michael

I thought I would share my desk at work. Currently I have a dual monitor setup and 5 tablets spread out. I do mobile architecture so you can see why. We currently have ~15K iPads deployed throughout our company but we are in the POC phase of looking at windows 8 tablets and I have 3 of them on my desk.

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Dot Matrix

I thought I would share my desk at work. Currently I have a dual monitor setup and 5 tablets spread out. I do mobile architecture so you can see why. We currently have ~15K iPads deployed throughout our company but we are in the POC phase of looking at windows 8 tablets and I have 3 of them on my desk.

But, but, but... Windows 8 isn't meant for business.

/s

Are you trying out the Surface at all? (Y)

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#Michael

But, but, but... Windows 8 isn't meant for business.

/s

Are you trying out the Surface at all? (Y)

We will be...I should have 3 surface pro tablets next week to work with. I will also be meeting with Panasonic at some point to have a demo on the toughpad.

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remixedcat

yey more Three Hundred fans.

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Lindkvist

Question, does that room get really cold?

Yeah, kinda looks like it would, but not really.

I do need to change some of the older windows though.

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Boz

New machine I just built 3930k Hackintosh is now the main machine.. some reorganization on the desk but mostly the same as before.. The case is so big it's almost at the height of the desk LOL

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ILikeTobacco

New machine I just built 3930k Hackintosh is now the main machine.. some reorganization on the desk but mostly the same as before.. The case is so big it's almost at the height of the desk LOL

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I have that chair!
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Dot Matrix

We will be...I should have 3 surface pro tablets next week to work with. I will also be meeting with Panasonic at some point to have a demo on the toughpad.

Nice!

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#Michael

Nice!

Here is my desktop...sorry for the blurring but I forgot that I had some company info on the screens when I took the shot.

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Klownicle

Needs moar catz.

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From Right to Left;

  • Dusty Corsair 300R ESXi Server (various services for location) + Ceton Quad Tuner with vt-D for Passthrough
  • Less Dusty Corsair 800D Main PC for Media/Gaming Z77 Sabertooth - 4.5Ghz OC Quad i7 Sandy on Corsair H100
  • Tall Boy Speaker
  • MediaSonic eSata/USB 3.0 8 Bay Raid Tower (setup as a Raid 50) 12TB
  • Part of a Sony 60in 3D TV, exciting stuff isn't it?

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SadJoker

Needs moar catz.

From Right to Left;

  • Dusty Corsair 300R ESXi Server (various services for location) + Ceton Quad Tuner with vt-D for Passthrough
  • Less Dusty Corsair 800D Main PC for Media/Gaming Z77 Sabertooth - 4.5Ghz OC Quad i7 Sandy on Corsair H100
  • Tall Boy Speaker
  • MediaSonic eSata/USB 3.0 8 Bay Raid Tower (setup as a Raid 50) 12TB
  • Part of a Sony 60in 3D TV, exciting stuff isn't it?

Awesome. Cats are the greatest! :)

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bucko

New upgrade specs in sig

Lighting system reacts to anything on the screen and is fully adjustable. Running Windows 8 Pro (got it on the Jan offer) computer boots up in six seconds :D. Yes I know my computer is in a server case but I like it and it's old school, did not want to waste money on a new case when this is working fine. PC to the left will be a retro computer eventuatly. for my old games (it is a pentium 2 system, my first computer). Want to buy a second SSD for OSX (dual boot) in the near future.

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