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#27 Aug 05 2013 at 7:35 AM Rating: Good
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laroneda wrote:
[link=http://i.imgur.com/KTzu7ry.jpg]

Here is mine... Duo Boxing set up.... ready to roll....


I smiled when I saw the cardboard boxes. :)

But do you really game on your laptop in that position? That can't be good for your spine. =/
#28 Aug 05 2013 at 7:38 AM Rating: Good
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Stilivan wrote:
I don't understand this. You're naked! y u no case? (Seriously though, why is it exposed? Or am I missing something?)

Here's my setup... don't mind the booze shoved in the corner. That's in case of emergencies.


Because I like being naked! :)

I don't use a computer case. I use what is called a test bench. Obviously it's not used by most people. It's generally used by people who review computer hardware since it's a lot easier to work with when you need to fiddle with your hardware a lot.

Btw, I also have a bottle of whiskey sitting -very- close by. ;)


Wint wrote:
I was going to create a thread like this the other day, never got around to it. This is a dated picture of mine, I've tweaked the set up slightly, I'll have to take a new picture later.


I like the ambience and the cozy feel to it. But with all those little objects, how do you take care of dust build up?


Edited, Aug 5th 2013 8:40am by Threx
#29 Aug 05 2013 at 7:46 AM Rating: Excellent
Oddly enough I don't get that much dust in here, and I have a cat and 3 dogs. I've actually been thinking about taking down the Lego stuff and finding another spot for it. It's nice decoration, but I find myself lacking space for more functional things.
#30 Aug 05 2013 at 7:50 AM Rating: Excellent
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This was my battlestation over the weekend.
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#31 Aug 05 2013 at 7:51 AM Rating: Excellent
Looks muddy.
#32 Aug 05 2013 at 7:51 AM Rating: Good
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http://i.imgur.com/73mNvCj.jpg
Here's my little hole in the wall set up. Kinda doubles as a tinkering area, since I don't have a garage for projects.
#33 Aug 05 2013 at 7:51 AM Rating: Decent
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Wint wrote:
Oddly enough I don't get that much dust in here, and I have a cat and 3 dogs. I've actually been thinking about taking down the Lego stuff and finding another spot for it. It's nice decoration, but I find myself lacking space for more functional things.


You either have 3 really nice dogs or 1 really badass cat.

Edited, Aug 5th 2013 8:52am by Threx
#34 Aug 05 2013 at 7:53 AM Rating: Excellent
Ulman wrote:
http://i.imgur.com/73mNvCj.jpg
Here's my little hole in the wall set up. Kinda doubles as a tinkering area, since I don't have a garage for projects.


I like the Stay Puft sticker and Firefly poster
#35 Aug 05 2013 at 7:53 AM Rating: Excellent
Nice and sturdy, I like it. I need to redo the desktop on mine, they're actually compressed lumber doors (fire rated so heavy as hell), and some water leaked in a crack between where two meet and is causing it to separate. I'm pretty careful with coasters but apparently not careful enough. Next desktop I make will be solid hardwood so $$$ Smiley: frown
#36 Aug 05 2013 at 7:58 AM Rating: Excellent
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SkinwalkerAsura wrote:
Ulman wrote:
http://i.imgur.com/73mNvCj.jpg
Here's my little hole in the wall set up. Kinda doubles as a tinkering area, since I don't have a garage for projects.


I like the Stay Puft sticker and Firefly poster


Heh! Thanks. The stay puft guy used to be a magnet, but the magnet seperated from the picture so I just glued if on and hoped nobody would notice ^_^
#37 Aug 05 2013 at 8:02 AM Rating: Good
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Wint wrote:
Nice and sturdy, I like it. I need to redo the desktop on mine, they're actually compressed lumber doors (fire rated so heavy as hell), and some water leaked in a crack between where two meet and is causing it to separate. I'm pretty careful with coasters but apparently not careful enough. Next desktop I make will be solid hardwood so $$$ Smiley: frown


If you like sturdy and don't mind SUPER heavy, I had a cousin do an interesting setup for counter tops that I have considered for a desk. He built a would frame with with a smooth piece on the bottom and cemented it. When he flipped it after it hardened and pulled off the frame. He had a really good looking, sturdy surface.
#38 Aug 05 2013 at 8:22 AM Rating: Excellent
I'm considering going with a melamine surface, if I can find it in a pattern I like. My father in law make custom countertops, I'm hoping he can find me something cheap. These doors are nice but the wood grain is too rough for writing on, which is another complaint I have with them. They were free though Smiley: thumbsup
#39 Aug 05 2013 at 8:46 AM Rating: Excellent
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wadus wrote:
http://i.imgur.com/9UqQoXI.jpg

I also have an XBOX360 controller I'll be trying out in Phase 4 Beta, but it's currently in the living room hooked up to my new Raspberry Pi until I can get some cheapo USB SNES controllers.

Edit: ACK! Sorry for the poor quality, I really should upgrade my phone soon...

Edited, Aug 4th 2013 11:56am by wadus


I like your station the most so far. The dual screen setup is awesome. Awesome enough that I want to do it. But that costs money...




Threx wrote:
Stilivan wrote:
I don't understand this. You're naked! y u no case? (Seriously though, why is it exposed? Or am I missing something?)

Here's my setup... don't mind the booze shoved in the corner. That's in case of emergencies.


Because I like being naked! :)

I don't use a computer case. I use what is called a test bench. Obviously it's not used by most people. It's generally used by people who review computer hardware since it's a lot easier to work with when you need to fiddle with your hardware a lot.

Btw, I also have a bottle of whiskey sitting -very- close by. ;)


Wint wrote:
I was going to create a thread like this the other day, never got around to it. This is a dated picture of mine, I've tweaked the set up slightly, I'll have to take a new picture later.


I like the ambience and the cozy feel to it. But with all those little objects, how do you take care of dust build up?


Edited, Aug 5th 2013 8:40am by Threx


Well, that's neat! I could never pull that off. My nieces or something would probably be like "WHAT'S THIS" *ELECTRICAL GENERATION VIA SOCKCARPET* *POKE* *ZAP*. Also, dust.... I should mention I have a shag rug in this room.

I need a better desk. I been using that setup for forever, and I told my self it was temporary.



Edited, Aug 5th 2013 10:49am by Stilivan
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#40 Aug 05 2013 at 9:50 AM Rating: Excellent
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garethrogue wrote:
I'll be playing the PC version from the comfort of my recliner, with a wireless headset, keyboard, and game controller available to me.

http://i.imgur.com/rwGDouS.jpg



I love your priorities. High End Gaming PC > Central Air =p
#41 Aug 05 2013 at 11:16 AM Rating: Excellent
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Home Office

My home office/man cave. Basketball TV for DirecTV and Football TV for PS3.
#42 Aug 05 2013 at 1:37 PM Rating: Excellent
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pesmerrga wrote:
Home Office

My home office/man cave. Basketball TV for DirecTV and Football TV for PS3.


Smiley: eek Sports and gaming?! I thought they had rules about that.
#43 Aug 05 2013 at 1:57 PM Rating: Good
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Ulman wrote:
pesmerrga wrote:
Home Office

My home office/man cave. Basketball TV for DirecTV and Football TV for PS3.


Smiley: eek Sports and gaming?! I thought they had rules about that.


They do. You get double cool points.
#44 Aug 05 2013 at 2:00 PM Rating: Excellent
pesmerrga wrote:
Home Office

My home office/man cave. Basketball TV for DirecTV and Football TV for PS3.


If there's a mini fridge under the desk YOU ARE GOD...
#45 Aug 05 2013 at 2:08 PM Rating: Excellent
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Valkayree wrote:
garethrogue wrote:
I'll be playing the PC version from the comfort of my recliner, with a wireless headset, keyboard, and game controller available to me.

http://i.imgur.com/rwGDouS.jpg



I love your priorities. High End Gaming PC > Central Air =p


Connecticut doesn't know how to do apartments, only the west coast does. I'd kill for central air and washer/dryer hook ups. If I ever become a mega millionaire, I'm building an apartment complex, and it's going to have all the amenities you'd usually get somewhere like Las Vegas.
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#46 Aug 05 2013 at 2:20 PM Rating: Excellent
garethrogue wrote:
Valkayree wrote:
garethrogue wrote:
I'll be playing the PC version from the comfort of my recliner, with a wireless headset, keyboard, and game controller available to me.

http://i.imgur.com/rwGDouS.jpg



I love your priorities. High End Gaming PC > Central Air =p


Connecticut doesn't know how to do apartments, only the west coast does. I'd kill for central air and washer/dryer hook ups. If I ever become a mega millionaire, I'm building an apartment complex, and it's going to have all the amenities you'd usually get somewhere like Las Vegas.


Here in northwest Arkansas most apartments come with central air and washer/dryer. Of course some of the older ones don't.
#47 Aug 05 2013 at 2:22 PM Rating: Excellent
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Chialing wrote:
garethrogue wrote:
Valkayree wrote:
garethrogue wrote:
I'll be playing the PC version from the comfort of my recliner, with a wireless headset, keyboard, and game controller available to me.

http://i.imgur.com/rwGDouS.jpg



I love your priorities. High End Gaming PC > Central Air =p


Connecticut doesn't know how to do apartments, only the west coast does. I'd kill for central air and washer/dryer hook ups. If I ever become a mega millionaire, I'm building an apartment complex, and it's going to have all the amenities you'd usually get somewhere like Las Vegas.


Here in northwest Arkansas most apartments come with central air and washer/dryer. Of course some of the older ones don't.



Ya, I'm pretty sure you could have watched the moon landing from my apartment, 44 years ago.
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#48 Aug 05 2013 at 2:30 PM Rating: Excellent
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garethrogue wrote:
Valkayree wrote:
garethrogue wrote:
I'll be playing the PC version from the comfort of my recliner, with a wireless headset, keyboard, and game controller available to me.

http://i.imgur.com/rwGDouS.jpg



I love your priorities. High End Gaming PC > Central Air =p


Connecticut doesn't know how to do apartments, only the west coast does. I'd kill for central air and washer/dryer hook ups. If I ever become a mega millionaire, I'm building an apartment complex, and it's going to have all the amenities you'd usually get somewhere like Las Vegas.


They don't know what air conditioners are in Wyoming either. I had to buy one of those portable ones that run the tube out the window because the people who built my house apparantly thought that I wouldn't need a window unit or central A/C and gave me a furnace and windows that all slide horizontally Smiley: oyvey
#49 Aug 05 2013 at 2:32 PM Rating: Excellent
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garethrogue wrote:
Valkayree wrote:
garethrogue wrote:
I'll be playing the PC version from the comfort of my recliner, with a wireless headset, keyboard, and game controller available to me.

http://i.imgur.com/rwGDouS.jpg



I love your priorities. High End Gaming PC > Central Air =p


Connecticut doesn't know how to do apartments, only the west coast does. I'd kill for central air and washer/dryer hook ups. If I ever become a mega millionaire, I'm building an apartment complex, and it's going to have all the amenities you'd usually get somewhere like Las Vegas.


They don't know what air conditioners are in Wyoming either. I had to buy one of those portable ones that run the tube out the window because the people who built my house apparantly thought that I wouldn't need a window unit or central A/C and gave me a furnace and windows that all slide horizontally Smiley: oyvey
#50 Aug 05 2013 at 2:49 PM Rating: Good
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Phase 4 can't come fast enough!
#51 Aug 05 2013 at 3:13 PM Rating: Good
http://img708.imageshack.us/img708/4247/u57q.jpg

Horrible quality with a tablet!
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