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Thread: Workstation Show and Tell

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    This is my desk:
    http://www.staples.com/Z-Line-Gemini...oduct_SS998674

    It's huge. I bought those laminated DIY shelves that match, have a vertical on the short side and a horizontal one on that long shelf along with my printer and a lamp.

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    Ok, here is my workstation by day...



    But it turns into a space station at night...



    You can't see it, but I have a laptop on either end (off screen).

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    Nice setup! Are you sure you're not Neo?

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    Just poking my head in here - my "workstation" is the only booth at McD's with a plugin for my $200 used old Inspiron 1545. Have a big, high-dollar HP at home (which was free, needs nuking and re-installing of OS, I'm thinking DBAN and Linux to keep costs down) which is far too large to actually take with me - doesn't even fit in my laptop bag!

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    My work station:

    Phenom II 1100t overclocked 4Ghz (all cores active)
    Asrock Fatalit1
    8gb corsair vengeance 1600mhz
    Crucial 128Gb SSD + 500Gb and 250Gb hard drives
    EVGA 650Ti SSC
    Corsair pro 650W power supply
    Corsair h100 hydro cooler
    Thermaltake chaser Mk-1
    Asus 24" Led monitor
    Logitech MX performance

    All bought on amazon with mturk earnings and mounted with my little (actually big) hands.

    I use linux mint 13 and chromium to work on mturk. I like my computers snapy.

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  7. #26
    4 monitors
    i7 - 2600K OC'd
    12 gig ram
    2 x GTX 770's
    1000w corsair PS
    corsair liquid cooling
    2 x 120 gig SSD
    1 x 1 TB HDD
    *3 empty whey shakers
    *10 empty beer bottles

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    I'd post pictures, but its about seven shades of messy right now and I'm particular about people seeing my mess. So specs only!

    2 20" Acer monitors
    Intel i7 processor
    16GB RAM
    Radeon HD7970 graphics card
    1 120 GB SSD (operating system drive)
    1 2TB HDD (everything else)
    * assorted soda cans (I don't drink)
    * book of the day
    * class text books
    * a cat

    Nowhere near as classy as yours, bgoodz22, but I do well enough. I have no complaints.

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    27" 2560x1440 @ 110hz monitor
    i5-2500k @ 4.5ghz
    8GB RAM
    Radeon HD7970
    750w SeaSonic PS
    1 128GB SSD
    1 1TB HDD

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    This is great seeing what everyone's rig is. I have decided to do my own build, and I love seeing what you all are using. Right now I'm running two laptops with an extra monitor on each, but that's just not cutting it any more. I need at least 3 monitors on a single PC. Plus I keep typing on the wrong keyboard.

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    Building a pc is such a pleasant feeling to me. From the moment you open the boxes ans smell that "new electronic component smell", through the actual build and tweaking, to the calibration of the overclock and the installation of the operating system. I just love it and I'm such a nerd!
    Enjoy your build rippedwarrior!

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