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post #121 of 9197
E7200 @ 3.66ghz
3GB Corsair 800 @ 4-4-4-12-1T
EVGA GTX 260 @ stock
Asus 680i
Audigy 4 (106snr) + Z5300E
CM690 + Corsair 550



I know my speakers suck , they are THX certified for whatever that means, but they don't sound great, they lack highs
post #122 of 9197
I always wanted my PC to be in such a eh, hole in the wall. Nice overclock as well.
post #123 of 9197
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I always wanted my PC to be in such a eh, hole in the wall. Nice overclock as well.
thanks

overclock is kind of fail, this 680i struggles with 360+ FSB. It's a really sad board, but I got it for free, so can't complain.
post #124 of 9197
Well what were you expecting of your E7200? That is a very nice OC. My E6750 runs at 3.5ghz.
post #125 of 9197
Bradan that is pure sex!
post #126 of 9197
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Originally Posted by endless402 View Post
where did u get the speaker stands?
From some random dude on craigslist who had made them years before but no longer needed them. $10 if memory serves!
post #127 of 9197
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Originally Posted by Bradan View Post
E7200 @ 3.66ghz
3GB Corsair 800 @ 4-4-4-12-1T
EVGA GTX 260 @ stock
Asus 680i
Audigy 4 (106snr) + Z5300E
CM690 + Corsair 550



I know my speakers suck , they are THX certified for whatever that means, but they don't sound great, they lack highs
LN32a550?
post #128 of 9197
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Originally Posted by nsdjoe View Post
LN32a550?
indeed. you have one too, or do you know me from xtremesystems?
post #129 of 9197
lucky guess based on the relative size and blue glowing light on the bottom
post #130 of 9197
Here's my modest study/listening area. Being a Biochemistry and English Writing double major has it's ups and downs, but mainly requires that I stay at this desk way too much. As a result, I've brought in all the comforts I possibly can (admittedly the xbox 360 is gone, too distracting...).

This picture is pretty awful if you're a wire neat-freak, just a heads up

The Tivoli Audio Model Two's are nothing to write home about, especially considering their retail price. Luckily, the Target near me was getting rid of them and donated them to the thrift store, where they were only $10. That's pretty much the definition of my set up / life, everything on a "no-budget" budget (though I often spend too much even then). The TV and the Macbook Pro are the only "expensive" things I really have and they were gifts for graduation


My meager listening area, once again most of it purchased at thrift stores, with the exception of both 'phones, the Go-Vibe and the Hotaudio HotUSB1 Dac.
post #131 of 9197
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Originally Posted by Bomo.is.ooc View Post
Here's my modest study/listening area. Being a Biochemistry and English Writing double major has it's ups and downs, but mainly requires that I stay at this desk way too much. As a result, I've brought in all the comforts I possibly can (admittedly the xbox 360 is gone, too distracting...).

This picture is pretty awful if you're a wire neat-freak, just a heads up

The Tivoli Audio Model Two's are nothing to write home about, especially considering their retail price. Luckily, the Target near me was getting rid of them and donated them to the thrift store, where they were only $10. That's pretty much the definition of my set up / life, everything on a "no-budget" budget (though I often spend too much even then). The TV and the Macbook Pro are the only "expensive" things I really have and they were gifts for graduation


My meager listening area, once again most of it purchased at thrift stores, with the exception of both 'phones, the Go-Vibe and the Hotaudio HotUSB1 Dac.
Looks ok to me I know a few that would love to have that.
post #132 of 9197
What's with the load of Mac folks.

I'll post mine once my lenses get fixed.
post #133 of 9197
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What's with the load of Mac folks.

I'll post mine once my lenses get fixed.
Seems to make sense:

Mac owners like grossly overpaying for equivalent hardware
Audiophiles like grossly overpaying for equivalent hardware

im not starting a flame war
post #134 of 9197






Marantz PM4001
Wharfie Diamond 9.1
Beresford DAC
HD555

E6300 @ 3GHz
Gigabyte DS4
8800GTS 512
X-Fi XtremeMusic
2GB DDR2

Awaiting funds to upgrade everything :]
post #135 of 9197
AMD Athlon 3800+ X2 @ 2.4ghz
2GB Patriot DDR400 (2-3-2-5)
eVGA NF41 Motherboard

AMD Phenom II X3 720 @ 3.36GHz, NB & HT @ 2.64GHz
ASUS M4A78T-E 790GX Motherboard
Mushkin 996601 (2x2GB DDR3 1600 @ 6-6-5-16, 2.1V)
Auzentech X-Fi Prelude
Sapphire HD4850
1.5TB + 2x320GB (RAID0) hard drives, all Seagate.
Antec 900 Case, 500W SmartPower PSU
Logitech Z5500 speakers (They're good for the price I paid!)

(Soon to be upgraded...)

Laptop (lower right) is an Asus Eee 1000H, running Arch Linux. I upgraded the hard drive to 320GB and the ram to 2gb.

To the left of my monitors is the left speaker hiding due to space constraints, and the banana hanger I use as a headphone stand. ($6 at BBB, hell yes)

Everything else in my sig.

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