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Originally Posted by Coolzo View Post
 

I dare not post a picture of my computer's guts. I switched to the other guys :ph34r: *cough* Intel and Nvidia *cough*

 

I'm a traitor :(

 

ahahha, us AMD use don't mind at all. It's pretty obvious intel dominated the $200+ cpu market

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Maybe not the most beautiful place, but the sound.....Mmmmmm

And have space for a whole Audiophile system on the desk is cool

 

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Originally Posted by sealman View Post
 

Well here is my desk.

I am currently deciding if I can live with the speakers on their sides. If it works I might move up to a triple monitor setup.

The big question is if I really want to spend the money on 2 more 120hz monitors and the 2 780ti's it would take to run them!

Or just 1 780ti and stay with one monitor and pocket 1k.

 

Emotiva Airmotiv 4's, SB Omni external USB sound card. Senn Momentum On Ears with an Antlion Mod Mic.

Comp is an i7 950, 12gb ram, 2- 250 gb ssd's and 2 tb's on platters. 2-gtx 670's sli.

Sub is a Triska Sub I made from the Parts Express Project Showcase.

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

I found this.

 

"19. Don't put nearfield monitors on their sides (unless they are dual-concentric types) as the sound from the tweeter and bass/mid unit will move out of phase if you move even slightly from the exact centre of the sweet spot. Sideways monitors may look trendy, but they don't work nearly so well as setting them up properly." http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/sep98/articles/20tips.html

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Originally Posted by Headzone View Post

I found this.

"19. Don't put nearfield monitors on their sides (unless they are dual-concentric types) as the sound from the tweeter and bass/mid unit will move out of phase if you move even slightly from the exact centre of the sweet spot. Sideways monitors may look trendy, but they don't work nearly so well as setting them up properly." http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/sep98/articles/20tips.html
Good to know.
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Just built my first mITX, an EVGA Hadron. Microcenter was clearing out their ASUS Maximus VI Impact inventory so I grabbed one for $89 along with a $199 4690K and the case. Can't wait to add the Hydro watercooling kit and a gpu block. The Gelid Icy Vision was too big for the case so I had to put the reference cooler back on the 290x, way too loud.

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Some new stuff....

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Tony6225 View Post
 

Some new stuff....

 

 

 

 

 

Those speakers are awesome, what are they?

 

 

So my brother had a party on the weekend :D

good excuse to let the neighbours listen to some good music :)

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Originally Posted by mdh994 View Post
 

Those speakers are awesome, what are they?

 

 

Thanks. They're Mackie MR8MK3's. I just got the pair wednesday and had a chance to crank them up over the weekend. I'm floored by how clear they sound.

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Originally Posted by jfaaz View Post
 

 

Well...... 28 years ago this was my computer anyway.

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My current computer I just built this month. Sound system same as before. New computer draws less than half the power as old one even though CPU performance has went up by at least 30%. I did downgrade my video though as I don't need high performance video as I'm not a gamer.

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Originally Posted by Tony6225 View Post
 

Some new stuff....

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

That looks pretty bad ass with the massive controller right there.  We have the same mouse pad too!  Well, yours doesn't look like the colossal 18x15 inch one but still.

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Bought it a few months ago so I'm sure it's already out of date like most PC tech:

 

PC:
Case: Corsair Obsidian 750D
PSU: Corsair AX860i
Motherboard: Asus Z87 MAXIMUS VI FORMULA
CPU: Intel 4770K (@Stock)
CPU Cooler: Corsair H100i
RAM: Corsair Vengenace Pro Red 16GB (2x8GB @ 2133MHz)
GPU: Gainward nVidia Phantom 780Ti (factory OC)
SSD1: Samsung 840 Pro 256GB (OS)
SSD2: Samsung 840 Evo 250GB (Games)
HDD: Western Digital Caviar Green 3TB (Storage)

Backup HDD: Seagate STDR2000201 2TB
Case fans: 5x Noctua NF-A14 FLX case fans, 2x Corsair AP120 Quiet radiator fans
Fan Controller: Lamptron CM615

 

Peripherals:
Keyboard: Logitech G710+ Mechanical
Mouse: Razer Mamba
Mousepad: Razer Destructor 2

Portable DAC/AMP: Fiio E12/18
Microphone: Ultradisk 4016 Pro
Power Surge protector: APC SurgeArrest
Monitor: ASUS VG236HE
Over ear headphones: Sennheiser Momentum over-ear
IEMs: Shure SE535 Limited Edition Red
Sound system: Corsair SP2500 (speakers behind monitor)

 

nVidia 3D Kit

Sony PS4

Microsoft Surface Pro 3

 

Still want to get an internal or external sound card and then maybe a more heavy duty pair of headphones for when I'm back at Uni.

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Originally Posted by Tony6225 View Post
 

 

Thanks. They're Mackie MR8MK3's. I just got the pair wednesday and had a chance to crank them up over the weekend. I'm floored by how clear they sound.

Active technology ;)

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