Post your home / work space

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    TheOneGreatX VIP Member

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    Thanks. I'm really glad I got it, the features are aweome.
     
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    Just updated my photos in the first post.
     
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    Here's my work space. Pics were taken with my Nokia N95. 5 MP carl ziess optics ftw :)

    I got rid of the bowing desk :) My PC tower has been canablized for airflow so its nothing pretty to look at anymore. I'm going to rebuild soon.

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    I had to cut a hole in the table and mount a 120MM fan so my computer would stop heating up to 50C on idle.
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    Added the light and tamed the wires myself.
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    Random pics
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    edit: bleh those are horrible night time shots. here's a quick one in the day time (the N95 isn't too great in low light):
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    Nickweb Resident Filmaker Moderator

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    Thats a pretty nice station there, spike. And I like the desk-modding job. Pretty much at the moment, my desk looks like my lap (I do more work on my laptops now)
     
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    spike228 ST 38 VIP Member

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    Here's my new dual monitor setup....got the second monitor from bestbuy during black friday for $100 :)

    I'm now running dual 19's. The cheepo envision monitor isn't half bad compared to the samsung. It just has a slightly slower response time and the contrast ratio isn't as great (500:1 compared to the samsung's 2000:1). Besides that, the color is pretty good.

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    Nice setup spike. What resolutions are the monitors running? You should look into getting Ultramon for spanning the taskbar, wallpaper, etc. across the monitors. It's really worth the investment.

    EDIT: You should actually just download the beta, it works really well and supports the Vista transparency and look. Plus, it's completely stable and works perfectly.
     
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    I am running 1440x900 on both monitors.

    I actually have 2 different desktop BG's already (without any third party apps).

    I just had to be very precise in photoshop when I was merging the two backgrounds. i'll look into getting that program. Thanks for the suggestion.
     
    spike228, Dec 10, 2007
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