Is this your POS setup? I wouldn't show people that. Your screen is almost as small as your keyboard, and theres only fucking one of them. Where are all your other screens anon?
i feel like you shouldn't be facing your computer flush to the wall...
43inch 4k monitor. Titan nvidia I7 Intel 6th gen
it's literally a door, stained grey
>old version, total cost like $80
walnut I believe, with cherry for finish and birch for some structure
chemical engineer, familia
>posting modest dormroom roots
Here is an example of someone who has no idea about scaling peripherals and instead just threw money into a pit and made unoptimized garbage. That, or a liar. Probably a liar.
that would be because I posted it there, a long time ago. not much has changed.
aye, solid core doors are the best surface for the price
thanks. kinda aged, but whatev
You must be jealous of my $400 router. Haven't had a chance to manage my cables.
could be rough indeed unless you've got connections. wife was "computational media" which like CS meets graphic design, and she couldn't keep a good job in the her industry.
I've actually never seen it posted when it wasnt me. Some things have changed, but not much.
you meant 660, btu still kek I guess?
if there's a window, it might make sense if you're particularly proud of the guts or something
also if you just have tons of desk space and have a dusty / carpet floor or something
its not about being gaudy or showing off its just cool to see what other kinds of set ups people have and maybe get some ideas for the future or your set up>>717745178
so are nice cars, expensive watches, trendy sunglasses, etc
Some people have different opinions about what is ok to share / display
For me, while I don't display the guts of my computer on my desk, I like showing them online because it took a lot of work and I'm proud of the result.
Work or play? Not much to look at visually unless you're familiar with that kind of equipment.
Not much but she gets the job done and I build it myself so that makes it even better.
either you legit found the deal of a lifetime or you are a complete fucking liar because the titan itself would cost AT LEAST 700 dollars (assuming that this is the old titan because if it is the pascal because then this is even more retarded because the pascal one costs 1200 on it's own) and a i7 6700k (again, assuming that it is not one of the higher class ones because that would mean there is no way in hell it was under 1200) will run you about 300
THEN, there is a 4k 43 in tv (this shit isn't a monitor if its 43 in) which would cost well over 500 dollars, just these three alone would be over 1200 and that is not even counting any of the other parts of the computer
I can't post it on /g/ without someone getting upset.
it's not the hdmi cable, it's the tv
tvs usually have a higher delay for example a 1ms monitor is better than a 10ms tv
and either way, you are only going to get 4k at 60fps unless you use a displayport cable
just for play
what do you want to know? I just use them it to make arrangements and records patterns in drum racks.
DrumBrute. Just got it and it's pretty great so far.
I wish, it's only a little phatty
except i've played piano my entire life and played in several bands
>>717752174 I photoshopped out my room because you anons don't need to see that
tower was $717 through my companies EPP, otherwise would have been a homebuild
reaction photos great job
playing piano ur entire 12 year old like great job
several garage bands good job
you dont know shit about classical music, its roots, and i bet you can't even invert a Bb9#11 on the fly while your performing, since u dont know theory and u dont understand improv, neither do you understand sight reading music
gg kid, those drumputers are for hacks
Been moving around, no desk, makeshift trash setup in the mean time. I have a second 2K 144hz monitor but no space. Went with a mini ITX build because it's easier to move with me.
Put this together quick since haven't done one in a while.
Had to compress the image, rip readable text
Couldn't agree more. Just having the space to breath is nice on a desk.
Ran arch for a while on my desktop but wasn't worth it. I like it much more for my laptop. Also nice dell, I was between that and the T460 Thinkpad. Ended up going with the thinkpad because dat battery life.