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#1
Sinfamous

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This is my setup at home.

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Top Left/Right - Logitech G15 Keyboard

Bottom Left - Desk setup

Bottom Right - Workbench

Edited by Sinfamous, 01 December 2006 - 12:06 AM.

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evilwizard

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My home rig..

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John_L

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What the heck I'm game. :whistling:

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sure, why not

http://i78.photobuck...56/P1000040.jpg


sorry about the huge pic earlier

Edited by Pluto56, 28 January 2007 - 04:13 AM.

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Area 51

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Here is mine;


NAME Whirlwind
MANUFACTURER MIT
TYPE Professional Computer
ORIGIN U.S.A.
YEAR April 1951
END OF PRODUCTION 1953
BUILT IN LANGUAGE None
KEYBOARD Flexowriter typewriting/word processing unit
CPU Vacuum tubes
SPEED 20 KIPS initially, increased to 40 KIPS with core memory
CO-PROCESSOR None
RAM 2K 16-bit words (Williams-Kilburn storage CRT initially, core, 1953)
VRAM None
ROM Boot loader on toggle panel
TEXT MODES None
GRAPHIC MODES 256 x 256
COLORS Monochrome
SOUND Yes
SIZE / WEIGHT Two stories / Several tons
I/O PORTS None
BUILT IN MEDIA Tape
OS None
POWER SUPPLY 1 MW
PERIPHERALS None
PRICE $708,909

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Edited by Area 51, 27 January 2007 - 05:16 PM.

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ScHwErV

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Use thumbnails or just link to your images. Dont post huge images on the forum.
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sarahw

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Click a thumbnail for a bigger picture:
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Its far from finnished at the moment.

Edited by sarahw, 31 January 2007 - 06:04 AM.

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#8
Tim'A

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k now i feel ultra ghetto

heres my super messed up Piece3 of Crap

yea u can laugh. . .
300MB RAM
5GB HDD
350MHz AMD (designed 4 win 95)
(But running XP PRO!!! LOLOL)
But it still runs with internet acess so thats what matters.
(Cant play halo or gta sa due 2 graphics card :-( no directX9.0)

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http://www.freewebs....2/crapimade.htm


This 1 I can be proud of.
Toshiba Satellite A105
1GB RAM
15.4" LCD
80GB Internal HDD
400GB Western Digital HDD
Creative Sound system w/ subwoofer built under Laptop stand thing.
Easily Hackable MS Fingerprint Reader

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http://www.freewebs....2/crapimade.htm

(The Lavalamps and Police Light make it go faster!!! LOL)

theres a home made fan thing I rigged up with some old power supply fans
(powered via USB)

Check out the other crap i made (Including my home made PSP inspired by Ben Heck)
http://www.freewebs.com/tinytom1992/



http://benheck.com/
(He makes N E thing portable with a tutorialish thing.)
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rstones12

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Here is my speed demon.. :whistling:

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harrythook

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Oh God No.......

Red bull and Bud light???????
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SuperSam

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Warning: These pics were taken 4 months ago, with a cheap PSU and its messy as its the first time in my OLD case. BTW, I also have a G15 :whistling:

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^ BTW, the pc is turned on the camera just catches things still.

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Edited by SuperSam, 10 February 2007 - 04:40 AM.

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