This is my temporary battlestation until I finish fixing my room.
Not my station but saw this pic on facebook earlier and I came...
Has anyone ever had their computer stop giving a video signal completely after a few minutes? It does this even in the BIOS or when installing windows.
The monitor looses signal and never gets it back.
not mine but look at that shit
pls rate 50"inch
The tissues are used to blow my nose and catch semen. On the screens is my wallpaper, it's a high resolution pic of an explosion in Gaza.
Pic related, it's the picture.
I'm moving a bunch of shit around and getting a new i7 setup + an L shaped desk pretty soon but it's really messy and bland right now. This is it as of right now these speakers are pretty fucking awesome
Other side of this bland bedroom. I collect vintage instruments and equipment, but all of that's in the basement and I'm lazy
I believe a new mini mouse/keyboard combo is next on my list.
They're only 24 inch monitors, and I sit pretty far back, I do pretty much everything on the one on the left because it's 144Hz monitor, so it's just generally a lot nicer. I put movies and shit on the other one while I game. I've only had this setup for a few days, I just built that PC, so it's the first time I've had the hardware to do what I wanted. The PC alone cost me like 3500 bucks.
Finally completed last month.
LEDS are adjustable.
going to upgrade to a macbook air. but this is my baby for now.
It looks clean enough, but just two steps to the right is my dresser and it is messy. Also some of you spend some crazy money on your setups. I want to be just like you.
I just bought my desk today. Any suggestions for efficiency /b/ros?
Yeah I like all the Razor shit, no complaints whatsoever. The thing to the right of the keyboard is part of my headphones, it controls the volume of all the different speakers for the surround sound in the headphones, it also controls the bass. You can mute all sound by pressing down on the volume knob, and you can turn of the surround sound, mute the mic, etc. It's pretty nice.
Maximum memory 32k words (8 4k banks)
Minimum instruction time 1.2 microseconds
Add memory to accumulator 2.6 microseconds
12 x 12 multiply with 24 bit result 256.5 microseconds (subroutine)
12 x 12 multiply with 24 bit result 40 microseconds (with EAE option)
Operating Environment 0 to 55 C (32-130F) 10% to 90% Humidity
Power <= 450 watts (varies with option cards)
Size (HeightxWidthxDepth) 10.5x19x24 inches
Weight 100 lbs total, 45 lbs power supply
Cost Minimum Configuration 4k memory $4490 installation included from DEC in 1974
$53 per month for maintenance
Cost in configuration shown, excluding I/O devices
and third party boards $14835 from DEC in 1974
$134 per month for maintenance
Does anyone have that Battlestation with all the guns and ammo around it? had white walls and a 40 caliber machine gun mounted?