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Originally Posted by revolink24 View Post

I just sacrificed dual monitors for speakers today. We'll see how this experiment goes.

I see you like your hot sauces! biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by qqexpress View Post

Is that an original IBM keyboard haha, very nice!

It is! Buckling Spring IBM Model M. Thinking of replacing it with a Cherry MX Blue switch keyboard though.
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Originally Posted by AyeCee View Post

I sacrificed a monitor too to move my computer to a new desk, can't complain really, although it would be nice to have a small one for skype, its so annoying. 

Yeah. I also do a lot of programming, and I'll miss it for that. Also for having some information open while gaming on my main screen.
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I see you like your hot sauces! biggrin.gif

I sure do. No desk is complete without at least 3.
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If you're using only 1 monitor, I recommend downloading Dexpot. It lets you set up a hotkey so you can move through several virtual desktops. I'm really surprised Microsoft hasn't integrated this natively yet. Plus, it's free!
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Thanks. I use Linux a lot and this is one of the features I miss when I use Windows.
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700

Check out my zone... x1 30inch and x4 24" wides. Ive since upgraded top left to a 27" NEC Spectraview reference 271. Cooking on gas with this set up.

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Nice setup, RaybanM. Maybe a sixth screen is in order so you won't need that calculator on your desk? wink.gif
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@RayBanM I approve your speakers sir! (Have the same ones, just set up rather appaulingly for the TV and games systems downstiars)

 

Currently running on 2 pathetic little USB Speakers for my main PC and a slightly modest 42" Samsung LED Screen.

 

Need suggestions for a 2.0 system that wont break the bank but isn't a rip off either! Any suggestions?

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How much money are you talking? Some banks are bigger than others.
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Originally Posted by headboppindrolf View Post

@RayBanM I approve your speakers sir! (Have the same ones, just set up rather appaulingly for the TV and games systems downstiars)

 

Currently running on 2 pathetic little USB Speakers for my main PC and a slightly modest 42" Samsung LED Screen.

 

Need suggestions for a 2.0 system that wont break the bank but isn't a rip off either! Any suggestions?

 

M-Audio AV30 or AV40 are reasonably priced and offer good quality, if you like a nice design the Focal XS Book but it's way too expensive ;P

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M-Audio AV30 or AV40 are reasonably priced and offer good quality, if you like a nice design the Focal XS Book but it's way too expensive ;P

I own the M-Audio AV40, and it's the best speaker that I have ever heard include big name like Klipsch and Bose Companion 5.

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Pretty new setup for me here

 

1000

 

The monitor on the receiver is used exclusively for music whether it be MOG or foobar or whatever. Much easier than switching between windows!

 

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Man if I were doing it all over again I'd absolutely want a loft bed. Those things are so great for space.

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They are great for space!

 

My dad and I built this one from scratch with 4x4's and 2x4's. It is rock solid. Plus, since it's not "high end" I don't mind putting nails and hooks and what not into it.

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Okay guys, choose me a case for my next build. Gotta be minimalistic. The Bitfenix Prodigy looked good, but mini-ITX boards aren't going to work for me. I'm looking at anything good in the $150 mark, though I prefer something better for sound. The Fractal R4 looks promising, because I love the R3. I could also go crazy and get a Corsair 650D or 700D, and do water cooling, but I prefer the safety of fans.
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Originally Posted by Blisse View Post

Okay guys, choose me a case for my next build. Gotta be minimalistic. The Bitfenix Prodigy looked good, but mini-ITX boards aren't going to work for me. I'm looking at anything good in the $150 mark, though I prefer something better for sound. The Fractal R4 looks promising, because I love the R3. I could also go crazy and get a Corsair 650D or 700D, and do water cooling, but I prefer the safety of fans.

 

The new Define R4 looks great. I have R3 and am perfectly happy with it, but R4 seems to have improved in a few areas.

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