Discussion in 'General' started by RTT, 19 Oct 2007.
I think your opinion is wrong. I rather like it, in my opinion.
btw, not a dig or anything :S
I think swapping all the keys would be too much. This way its like the back of the lid. White apple in the center of a black background. This way its white keys in the center of a black background
I think those white keys look the shizz.
All of these awesome set ups make me want to purchase another monitor just so I can stand a small chance of running with the big boys of set ups.
After: Really bad quality taken from iPhone (No light)
looks like a comfy setup you have there. Might I ask what exactly that is above your keyboard, next to the scissors?
Looks like needlenose pliers to me :B
It's the Saitek Eclipse, mouse is a g5, early Christmas presents much better then the Logitech EX100 wireless set up i was using.
There is both scissors and pliers, the other part of my L desk is more of a work bench then a desk right now.
I rather like this. I've been thinking about doing something similar for some time with the wireless keyboard. I think it would look awesome with all black keys and a black vinyl dyed mighty mouse.
You'll encounter a big issue using macbook keys on your apple wireless keyboard mate.
All of the numbers and qwerty keys on the macbook use clips that are positioned 90degrees where the clips on the apple wireless keyboard are 0degrees.
See how the positioning of the little clips is different?
What you'll end up with is this:
What you'll then need to do is... take an xacto knife and trim down the existing white keys so they fit inside the black keys, you'll also have to cut the clips off the bottom of the black keys:
The trimmed white key will fit right inside the black one:
And you'll get this:
BACK ON TOPIC:
my desk right now:
now thats a work space!
This is mine. my workspace is a total mess...have to look past that to appreciate its true beauty : P
I only have a laptop at the moment and my desk is so messy I can't see half the keyboard. But I hope to get this PC Build (Me and my Uncle put it all together) and it will be awesome.
Not really the place to post that but seeing as it's there I will stress that you SHOULD NOT buy that power supply. You get what you pay for with power supplies and £20 will get you ... rock all!
I'm only a kid you know. This is costing me quite a bit of money.
Spend another £30 or £40 on a power supply and you will save a ton of headaches (and probably money) in the long run.
Trust us, the power supply is the most over specified in terms of wattage, and under specified in terms of quality.
If you want to save a bit of cash, go for the normal, cheaper version of the 8600 and overclock it yourself.
Have a look at scan as well, you can get corsair ram v cheap, and probably other bits too.
Change the PSU on that list to this one:
seems a bit better
For the PC you Specced in the list above, you will never ever need more then 300 Watt. Get a 350-400W supply from am A-brand, and you will have a lot less risk in your PC. It shouldn't cost more then 35-40 pounds i think...
Tagan, P&PC Power and Cooling, Antec, Thermaltake, Corsair, Be Quiet, Enermax, Cooler Master and a few more i cant think of right now.
Something like that would be ideal. But if you need any more help post a new thread in hardware.
How about this one?
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