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A Real American!

its not my actual pc. But mine looks something like this. EXCLUDING that UFO in bottle and cigarettes 

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T4G3RXIII

IS that......... urine...... in the PowerAde bottles?????

when have you seen Powerade in that color?  :huh:  :laugh:

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bluetree

This is what I am working with.

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Mindovermaster

Dang, what sizes of monitors do you have there?

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bluetree

From left to right the sizes are 24, 23 and 24.

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Mindovermaster

From left to right the sizes are 24, 23 and 24.

 

Looks cool :)

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123456789A

From left to right the sizes are 24, 23 and 24.

 

What are you doing for the background lighting?

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bluetree

Thank you for the compliment, about the back lighting I am using an led RGB strip with remote. You can find it on amazon by searching LEDwholesalers.

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SMELTN

My current setup..   Asus G20 computer. 

 

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I recently just got the Razer Blackwidow Chroma and gave the Corsair K70 RGB to my son

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notta

Not very PC related but this is where I spend most of my time in front of a screen.

 

Lenovo Y570 paired with a PS3 controller, on a 42'' tv.

 

Can't do more in a 3*1/2 apartment!

 

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I love the lighting in the room. The room looks super comfortable.

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Vvo

@SMELTN, I see a Lotus on Shift 2 Unleashed

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SMELTN

@SMELTN, I see a Lotus on Shift 2 Unleashed

It is a Lotus.. Love that car, but its actually Assetto Corsa that I am playing. 

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enroh

 

 

got a link to the wallpaper please? thanks

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Bryan R.

got a link to the wallpaper please? thanks

Here you go.

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enroh

Here you go.

 

 

thank you very much friend

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wiretap

Minor upgrade.. new case, water pump, processor and moar RAM! Had an Intel i7 920 before, so I more than doubled my passmark score. The new LGA 2011v3 i7's are only about 40% faster, so I figured the $99 CPU upgrade was well worth it.

 

Lian-Li V359
2x 240mm Magicool Extreme Radiators
Phobya DC12-400 12Volt Pump & Alphacool Lighttower All-in-One Reservoir Combo
XSPC G1/4? Plug Temp Sensor (mounted on spare reservoir hole, and plugged into OPT1_TEMP on motherboard for monitoring)
5x 120mm Coolermaster R4-L2R-20CK-GP Fans
GOverlay 2.8" USB LCD for monitoring system
Intel Xeon x5670 @ 4GHz
24GB (6x4GB) Corsair Dominator GT Triple Channel DDR3-2000 RAM
Asus Rampage Gene III
EVGA GTX 980 ACX 2.0
Samsung Evo 840 250GB SSD
Zalman 500W Heatpipe Cooled PSU
 
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Mindovermaster

 

Minor upgrade.. new case, water pump, processor and moar RAM! Had an Intel i7 920 before, so I more than doubled my passmark score. The new LGA 2011v3 i7's are only about 40% faster, so I figured the $99 CPU upgrade was well worth it.

 

Lian-Li V359
2x 240mm Magicool Extreme Radiators
Phobya DC12-400 12Volt Pump & Alphacool Lighttower All-in-One Reservoir Combo
XSPC G1/4? Plug Temp Sensor (mounted on spare reservoir hole, and plugged into OPT1_TEMP on motherboard for monitoring)
5x 120mm Coolermaster R4-L2R-20CK-GP Fans
GOverlay 2.8" USB LCD for monitoring system
Intel Xeon x5670 @ 4GHz
24GB (6x4GB) Corsair Dominator GT Triple Channel DDR3-2000 RAM
Asus Rampage Gene III
EVGA GTX 980 ACX 2.0
Samsung Evo 840 250GB SSD
Zalman 500W Heatpipe Cooled PSU
 
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That looks killer, dude. :D

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remixedcat

New network additions!!!

Meraki MS220-8P PoE cloud managed switch (all mine too not just review unit)

Valuepoint Networks switch (inactive)

Xclaim Xi3 802.11ac access point

Aerohive AP230 AP

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Mindovermaster

Need to clean up those wires, Remixed. :p

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remixedcat

later... thing is I mess with the stuff too much for that...LOL... 

 

Other additions I've gotten but not pictured:

 

Luxul XWR-1750

Luxul XAP-1500

Netgear WNDR4500V2

Netgear R7000

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Lindkvist

Pretty simpel, but suits my needs :)

 

(not the best picture quality)

 

 

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Vvo

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Sorry for the blur fest, this was taken from my Vibrant.

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colealtdelete

Current setup:

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