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Old 07-27-2010, 11:51 AM   #1681
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its been a long time since iv posted on here, so these are update pics.

i really need a new computer desk!!!!









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Old 07-27-2010, 12:01 PM   #1682
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That room is so bare! lol
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Old 07-27-2010, 12:05 PM   #1683
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i had a mass clean out, just saying up now for a nice new desk, and a new monitor then it will look better
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Old 07-30-2010, 03:57 PM   #1684
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nice taste in art work you got there lol some 1 painted stuff like that (but whole figures) in my old art class

cool case btw and what were the certificates for
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Old 07-30-2010, 04:43 PM   #1685
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Nice setup.
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Old 07-31-2010, 05:18 AM   #1686
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theres an art shop that i always walk past and i kept seeing paintings that this artist does, and i fell in love with them and i always said im going buy 1 of them so i did lol, it cost 450! lol and im going buy another 1 soon, just saving for it now, the artist is called drew darcy, hes so gd lol

the certificates are MCP and MCDST, iv got my next microsoft exam next week, if i pass then i'll become a MCSA on server 2003
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Old 08-04-2010, 08:47 PM   #1687
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This is how my workstation looks as of now. At home right now. Moving into my apartment and going back to college in 3 weeks.

My server. I just rebuilt this. My old one died. Old specs: P4 2.8GHz, 768MB RAM, ASRock mobo, Silverstone 430W PSU, 160GB OS drive, 2x 500GB RAID 1, XP. New specs: AMD Athlon 64 2GHz, 2GB RAM, ECS mobo, Thermaltake 430W, Win 7, and same drives. Couldn't find the RAID drivers for this new mobo... I found some backup software that I set to backup straight from 1 drive to the other now. I guess it works just as good. Wire management on this case sucks, but it looks better than my old case. Might turn off the lights if they get annoying.



My whole workstation. Messy as always.


Case to be used for my future HTPC. My old main desktop case.


I am getting a 40" HDTV, Blu-Ray player, and using the HTPC and 5.1 surround with it. I got $150 insurance money for the dead old server. I was originally going to use my new server for my HTPC, but then the server died. Since I had personal property insurance on it I am now upgrading the HTPC. Specs: AMD Athlon X2 3.2GHz, ASUS mobo, 2GB DDR3 RAM, 430W Silverstone. My brother is selling me his old GTX 260 for my desktop, and the 9800GT will go into the HTPC. I may need to upgrade the PSU, but I won't if I don't have to.


I shall update pics when I get everything bought and setup when I move. I believe it will be a pretty epic setup.
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Old 08-04-2010, 11:12 PM   #1688
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^ you should get a hd 5xxx card and setup eyefinity. It's amazing, and i see no reason not to if you already have the monitors.

a 5750 would be fine.
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Wow. It is clear that that case is just win. I used it for my Media Center, too xD.



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^ you should get a hd 5xxx card and setup eyefinity. It's amazing, and i see no reason not to if you already have the monitors.

a 5750 would be fine.
Do those have to be all the same size monitor? My center monitor is bigger. But that would be interesting. Any 5xxx series card works with eyefinity? I can't really find any great answers from my fast research of it...

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Wow. It is clear that that case is just win. I used it for my Media Center, too xD.



Nice. It's not a bad looking case for the price. After I got my new case I have been looking for a use for it. Too nice to just leave sitting around but not worth anything to sell. I only got my Antec P183 because I liked them ever since I saw one and it's a little easier on wire management than that case. I took out those screwless things though. Screws hold the stuff in tighter.
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