Post your 'puter


#801

This is a rather old picture but I’m out of town right now so can’t take a new pic yet.

On the very left is a server which serves mainly for downloads, hosting a couple game servers and a web server for experimentation, it’s running CentOS Linux. AMD Athlon X2 7750 AM2 processor, 4GB ram, 160GB hard drive.

Below the server is an AM/FM radio receiver, and below that is one of my home built amplifiers putting out up to 400W RMS per channel (x2) which is quite overkill at the moment. Not yet built is a 5-channel 100W/ch amplifier. Once I have the money to buy better speakers and build the 5-channel amp, the 2-channel 400W will power my subwoofers.

Just to the right of that is my desktop computer. Intel E8400 @ 3.8GHz ATI 4870 4GB ram HDDs 1TB and 320GB. Monitors are Samsung 213T 19" 1280x1024 and LG W2442PA 24" 1920x1080. Both are connected to the desktop.

Black box the printer is sitting on is a 12" car subwoofer.

Laptop that is sitting on the left edge of the desk is an Asus F8Va, which I am typing on right now. Intel C2D @ 2.26GHz 4GB RAM, ATI HD3650 video card w/ dedicated 1GB RAM, 250GB HDD. Runs Source engine games very well. Plenty of I/O too: 5x USB, eSATA, HDMI, gigabit ethernet, ExpressCard slot, optical audio out, IEEE1394 (firewire), Bluetooth, 802.11N, infrared port. Not bad at all for the ~$1000 I paid for it at the time!

Things that have changed since this picture was taken:

-an additional table has been added to the right of the desk
-stupid Epson inkjet has been tossed and replaced with a Brother laser printer
-the D-Link DGL-4300 router which can be seen just to the right of the 24" monitor no longer serves as a router, only as a wireless access point and switch. I have purchased a MikroTik RB450G which is now my router, it is VERY powerful much much faster but beware: advanced users only!
-addition of a Linksys PAP2T VoIP adapter for the phone, no more landline

Network diagram for those interested (note: all the stuff connected to the DIR-655 is my roommate’s):


#802

Oscilloscope, lolwat?


#803

The internet is not a cloud. Don’t be silly. I always imagined it more as more of a paint-blob shape o_0


#804

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oscilloscope :wink:

I do a lot of electronics work. Anything more than basic stuff you need an oscilloscope for, very handy instrument.


#805

I know what it is, but why / how is it on your lan?


#806

lets you control it using your computer.


#807

http://bitscope.com/product/BS325/


#808

Ah. Also, on the page you linked to, I like the way they described it’s case as a “FULL METAL JACKET”.


#809

nvm


#810

digital or analog scope?
real men use analog.


#811

I rebuilt my PC into a 5 year old Thermaltake case, which by the way still works 100% including all the fans - you could ride those fans over with a tank and they’d still work.

Still using my good ol’ GTX285, damn I love that card so much, been an nVidia fanboy ever since.


#812

Where do you place your legs?:expressionless:


#813

Current:
CPU: AMD Athlon XP 2800+ ~2.1GHz
GPU: GeForce 6200 256mb @ 444/443
Memory: 2Gb DDR1
PSU: Corsair 800watt something
Mobo: Ancient
Case: Compaq stock
Screen: 14" something @ 1280x1024
Mouse: Razer Lechesis
Keyboard: Eclipse - Blue LED

In two weeks:
CPU: i7 930 @ 2.66GHz [OC:4.0+]
GPU: 2x XFX HD 5850 1GB
Memory: 6GB Dominator GT 2000MHz
PSU: Silverstone ST-1000P 1000w
Mobo: ASUS Rampage III Extreme
Case: Corsair 7/800D Tower
Screen: ASUS 25.5" [2ms] 1920x1200
Mouse: Razer Lechesis
Keyboard: Something with black and red.


#814

Real gamers don’t need legs.


#815

Well it’s obviously digital.

Analog doesn’t really work for me as I sometimes deal with very low frequency stuff and sometimes need the logic analyzer function that this scope has. Analog scopes are a pain with low frequencies and digital stuff. They’re great for audio and RF though but I needed to compromise.

All around it’s a decent scope for the price (got it for about half of what it is currently listed at, I’ve no idea why the price went up like that!).


#816

G500 5.1 speakers.

rig:
amd phenom II x4 940
4gb ram
Nvidia 9600gt 1gb
1.5 tb hdd

40" samsung hdtv.
ps3

also 1 broken razer copperhead, and 1 broken razer diamondback. the mousekeys are really bad quality on these things. :frowning:


#817

Image: Cable management?

Razer Mouse: I agree, my right click on my Razer Lechesis is hyper sensitive and I sometimes will accidentally click it by just resting my finger on it.

Also, now that it has become a reality.

CPU: i7 930 @ 3.5GHz
CPU Cooler: Corsair H50
Mobo: ASUS Rampage III Extreme
Memory: 12GB Corsair Dominator GT @ 1600 8-8-8-20
GPU: 2x ASUS ENGTX480
SSD: OCZ Vertex 2 120GB
PSU: SilverStone 1000w
Case: Cooler Master ATCS840
Monitor: ASUS 25.5" [2ms]


#818

forgot to post:

bought the Scythe Mugen 2 and another 2GB stick of RAM a few months ago


#819

Holy hell heatsink? That CMs new v10? lol

Where is the memory? Under the 120mm?


#820

yep, the fan basically sits on the two RAM sticks.
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