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Photos Your Room and Computer

Discussion in 'General' started by RTT, 19 Oct 2007.

  1. Lance

    Lance Ender of discussions.

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    What do you clean yours with?
     
  2. GeorgeStorm

    GeorgeStorm Aggressive PC Builder

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    Err, my hand? I just kinda try to wipe off dust etc, haven't had it that long, so it's not too bad.
    Not sure what I'd use if it needed a proper clean though I'm afraid.
     
  3. Lance

    Lance Ender of discussions.

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    I got mine about a week before the I-series.

    Poor thing didn't stand a chance...
     
  4. dead beat

    dead beat Rippin six 4 life

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    Haha, I just wanted something a bit quirky. You went for the black one didn't you?
     
  5. Mark_Skeldon

    Mark_Skeldon New Member

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    Automotive seat cleaner. Works a treat. I've got a big OCZ mat and it was twice it's original weight with coffee residue.

    Either that or you just chuck it in the bath after you've had a soak and leave it overnight. It's just bog standard neoprene with a fancy pattern on :D
     
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  6. Lance

    Lance Ender of discussions.

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    Yuck!!!!

    However goodcall.

    +rep!
     
  7. dullonien

    dullonien Master of the unfinished.

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    I've heard you can chuck it in the washing machine on a low temperature. Haven't tried yet though.
     
  8. Weekly_Estimate

    Weekly_Estimate Gives credit where its due

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    ewww mobile photo images... Anyway heres my Bath.Room

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  9. DK63

    DK63 Resident magpie

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    [​IMG]

    Brother laser printer far left. Fuji camera. Pc under desk is AMD based, main internet pc in Antec 900 case. LH keyboard is A4 Tech left handed model. Both monitors connected, one via a switch, to the internet pc, RH monitor also serves the gaming pc. RH keyboard is M$ X6, plus WolfClaw connected to gaming pc on right, Intel based in an Antec 300. Headphones on 300 are Sennheiser PC350. Shelving underneath: USB docking station, and sub woofer for internet pc. Both pc's were using MX1000 mice, but now using a Qpad 5K for gaming pc.
     
  10. deathtaker27

    deathtaker27 #noob

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    Where did you get the desk from, I need something huge like that
     
  11. Big_malc

    Big_malc Well-Known Member

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    counter top
     
  12. DK63

    DK63 Resident magpie

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    Yep. 2560cm. Legs from B&Q. £10 a pop, not cheap! I have a second one behind on the opposite wall where I do pc repairs.
     
  13. andrewbarke

    andrewbarke New Member

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    same as me, when we had a new kitchen, the old top ended up in my little room, the fit was perfect, albeit the wall needed a quick touchup when we had to sit on it to get it to fit!
     
  14. <A88>

    <A88> Trust the Computer

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    Haven't shared any photos of my humble abode for a while. Here are the two I quickly snapped a second ago:

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    And the wall of sound...

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  15. Andy Mc

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    OOOh... Do you have a link? I have searched their site but not found it.
     
  16. Xye

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    My desk for today:
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    12 Cores, 36Gb of RAM, and Quadro 4*00

    Yesterday this and me were in a Cadaver lab....
     
  17. Cookie Monster

    Cookie Monster Well-Known Member

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    Crappy iPhone pics,

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  18. goldstar0011

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    Got me a counter top in storage for when I buy a house, best idea IMO
     
  19. Unicorn

    Unicorn Uniform November India

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    Is that a hired or borrowed unit? Would you mind telling me the exact specs and dimensions? Specifically the depth and height of the rack (height in metric or rack units) and specs/model of the machine is running in it. I've been planning the build of something similar for a couple of months, although mine would be 16u split in two (two 8u cases) and have much more hardware in it, for audio and video mixing and processing. Thanks in advance. Looks like a very nice machine to work on for the day :thumb: Are you doing something very CPU intensive?
     
  20. Xye

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    Quick screenshot:
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    Its a custom built machine we sell for a manufacturer in Germany.

    Basically we do optical measurement and these computers are able to take the images provided by the sensor head (not pictured) and put them together into a 3d model (accurate down to 6 microns). The process is extremely intensive hence the massive spec of the machine, the sensor head itself needs 2 full gigabit ethernet cables to communicate with the pc.

    The only problem with the setup is that it rocks. The wheels are made from quite soft rubber and a close together so it kind of sways as you use it.

    EDIT: Dimensions Internal are 51cm High by 52cm Wide and 60cm deep. The box on top of the main box is the monitor box which holds the 22" screen.
     
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