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What's your desk/laptop? by superben100 in Advanced Topics

Posts: 37

1: superben100 wrote at 7:29:07 PM 24/6/20183153507
Hello, fellow ATers!

I remember an AT thread that had to do with showing off your computer, talking about it, and things like that. So, I decided to revive it with this new thread. Basically, this thread allows us all to show off our computers and their specs, in all of their glory.

My computer is a Dell Latitude D630 laptop, with an Intel Core2 Duo CPU processor, 8 GB of installed RAM, and a 64-bit OS.
My browser / operating system: Windows NT 10.0, Chrome 67.0.3396.87, Flash 30.0 (release 0).
Here's a picture of it.
Sorry, right now Cubeupload seems to be down. Just preview the picture.

Anyway, I hope that you all have fun with this thread, and I'm anxious to see what you all have!

Thanks,
Superben100.
2: AwesomeSmilee wrote at 7:57:14 PM 24/6/20183153529
Finally I can share my epic i3-gaps config!
My browser / operating system: Ubuntu Linux, Firefox 60.0, No Flash version detected
  • HP Pavilion desktop PC
  • Pavilion 23xi 1920x1080 monitor
  • Radeon HD 8570D graphics card
  • 4GB RAM (getting 4GB more soon)
Desktop
3: superben100 wrote at 8:03:43 PM 24/6/20183153538

AwesomeSmilee wrote:

Finally I can share my epic i3-gaps config!
My browser / operating system: Ubuntu Linux, Firefox 60.0, No Flash version detected
  • HP Pavilion desktop PC
  • Pavilion 23xi 1920x1080 monitor
  • Radeon HD 8570D graphics card
  • 4GB RAM (getting 4GB more soon)
Desktop
Nice!
4: AwesomeSmilee wrote at 8:08:14 PM 24/6/20183153546

superben100 wrote:

AwesomeSmilee wrote:

Finally I can share my epic i3-gaps config!
My browser / operating system: Ubuntu Linux, Firefox 60.0, No Flash version detected
  • HP Pavilion desktop PC
  • Pavilion 23xi 1920x1080 monitor
  • Radeon HD 8570D graphics card
  • 4GB RAM (getting 4GB more soon)
Desktop
Nice!
Thanks! I compiled the i3-gaps and polybar myself, as well as the polybar config. I'd use Arch Linux but that completely breaks my Xorg.
5: superben100 wrote at 8:10:28 PM 24/6/20183153548

AwesomeSmilee wrote:

superben100 wrote:

AwesomeSmilee wrote:

Finally I can share my epic i3-gaps config!
My browser / operating system: Ubuntu Linux, Firefox 60.0, No Flash version detected
  • HP Pavilion desktop PC
  • Pavilion 23xi 1920x1080 monitor
  • Radeon HD 8570D graphics card
  • 4GB RAM (getting 4GB more soon)
Desktop
Nice!
Thanks! I compiled the i3-gaps and polybar myself, as well as the polybar config. I'd use Arch Linux but that completely breaks my Xorg.
Good point, and that's impressive!
6: bybb wrote at 8:43:09 PM 24/6/20183153571
My browser / operating system: Windows NT 10.0, Chrome 67.0.3396.87, Flash 30.0 (release 0)

Zoostorm Gaming PC wrote:

8GB RAM DDR3
i5 4460
nVidia GTX 960 2GB
240GB Sandisk SSD
2TB Western Digital Hard Drive

Other Stuff I use wrote:

2 x 1920x1080 Displays
Roland DM-10 Digital Stereo Micro Monitors
M-Audio Keystation Mini 32
AKAI APC Mini
Amazon Basics USB Hub
Tecknet Keyboard and Mouse

A Picture of my desktop:
https://capitalists.are-bad.ga/rQF2ufjo.jpg

Edit: Picture of WSL Desktop: https://you.are-bad.ga/1eaoyfUz.jpg
7: MegaApuTurkUltra wrote at 8:52:04 PM 24/6/20183153578
XPS 15 9550 (it's not even that old but dell has released 2 new versions of the XPS 15 since mine, pretty crazy)

- 16gb dedotaded wam
- 512gb m.2 ssd
- bad and also terrible i7 complete with all the stupid intel cpu bugs. XPS WITH AMD WHEN
- gtx 960m
- 3840x2160 igzo panel with touch
- a keyboard that actually doesn't get stuck if a speck of dust gets into it, what a relief
- 84wh battery
8: superben100 wrote at 8:53:42 PM 24/6/20183153579

MegaApuTurkUltra wrote:

- 16gb dedotaded wam
Yes. Just…yes.
9: Wetbikeboy2500 wrote at 12:27:22 AM 25/6/20183153719
Lets take a look at a prime computer setup.
- 3 monitor setup with a acer 1080x1920, a hp 1600x900, and a hp 1280x1024(this is where I keep computer stats and time)
-keyboard with the gaming keys colored(PC master race)
-Light up mouse with 3 dpi settings and two buttons on the side(Which I use for scrolling since the scroll wheel broke)
-nice hp speakers for music and gaming
-Also a drawing tablet for those sparks of inspiration
-Stand to place my tablet where I can watch some videos while keeping my desktop area clean
-I then have multiple little trinkets and stubs for things I have done(snow globes, theater tickets, Swiss army knife, hotwheel car, a dice, sunglasses, fortunes from fortune cookies, etc.)

PC Specs
-i5-4440 at 3.1 GHz
-16gb of DDR3 ram
-250gb samsung ssd
-4tb toshiba HHD
-gtx 970 g1 gaming
-corsair power supply(can't remember what it is specifically)
-Finally, an HP Pavilion a367c case which I took the front off since the power button broke but it is solid metal and could survive a drop from a skyscraper with this case being built back in 2003.(I used to have a different one but needed some better circulation)



10: badatprogrammingibe wrote at 12:39:12 AM 25/6/20183153730
Thinkpad T60 with libreboot.
Anything else is a disgrace.
11: MegaApuTurkUltra wrote at 1:32:58 AM 25/6/20183153750

badatprogrammingibe wrote:

Thinkpad T60 with libreboot
Anything else is a disgrace
this but unironically
12: DatOneLefty wrote at 2:14:59 AM 25/6/20183153771

Razer Blade Stealth wrote:

  • 4 Core 8550U
  • 16 GB LPDDR3 RAM
  • 1 TB NVMe SSD
  • Killer Wireless Card
  • 3K Touch Display
  • Chroma Keyboard

server wrote:

  • 2x Xeon X5650s
  • 32 GB DDR3 ECC RAM
  • 4x2 TB HDDs 1x500 GB HDD
13: bybb wrote at 8:41:31 AM 25/6/20183153935

DatOneLefty wrote:

-snip-

server wrote:

  • 2x Xeon X5650s
  • 32 GB DDR3 ECC RAM
  • 4x2 TB HDDs 1x500 GB HDD
Oh, I almost forgot about my “server”.
Some weird 4 core, 2.65GHz Pentium
4GB DDR3 RAM non-upgradable
500GB HDD
CD Drive

It's just one of lenovo's low power mini PCs that also happens to basically just be laptop components in a small desktop case.
14: -stache- wrote at 1:18:19 PM 25/6/20183154120

pc wrote:

  • Ryzen 5 1600
  • 8GB ddr4-3000 (going to upgrade when prices get reasonable)
  • rx 560 4GB
  • 240 GB sata SSD
  • 120 GB sata SSD
  • 1TB hdd
  • fancy glowing red fans

Thinkpad T420 wrote:

  • i5-2520m
  • 4GB ddr3-?
  • 320 GB hdd
  • 500 GB hdd

server wrote:

  • 2x Xeon E5430
  • 8GB ddr2-? ecc
  • 4x 15k 72GB SAS hdd
  • 2x 10k 72GB SAS hdd
15: bybb wrote at 1:21:48 PM 25/6/20183154124

-stache- wrote:

pc wrote:

  • -snip-
    fancy glowing red fans
-snip-
I have fancy glowing BLUE fans.
16: _nix wrote at 8:51:37 PM 25/6/20183154506

17: Wetbikeboy2500 wrote at 11:53:26 PM 25/6/20183154677

_nix wrote:


It comes with a white background. Very nice!



18: xn--cr8h wrote at 2:33:51 AM 28/6/20183156700
ok here we go
http://u.cubeupload.com/__init__/IMG20180627221235.jpg
http://u.cubeupload.com/__init__/IMG20180627221319.jpg

some features
- laptop, lenovo ideapad N580, pentium b960 + 4gb ram
- secondary monitor, samsung syncmaster 931bw
- this forum thread (firefox + windows 10)
- half-life: blue shift
- the mouse i use and the mouse i don't use (off camera are three other mice i don't use)
- google home mini
- random objects weighing down a new antistatic mat to try to flatten it out
- disassembled stepper motor
- a rock because my great grandfather collected rocks and polished them and made them look cool
- my phone that doesn't work (taking the photo with my older phone that does work)
- raspberry pi 3 that i use to stream tv shows
- power bar
- very finicky dvi-to-hdmi adapter which is why the monitor port cover is not on
19: MegaApuTurkUltra wrote at 3:01:20 AM 28/6/20183156713

xn--cr8h wrote:

ok here we go
http://u.cubeupload.com/__init__/IMG20180627221235.jpg
http://u.cubeupload.com/__init__/IMG20180627221319.jpg

some features
- laptop, lenovo ideapad N580, pentium b960 + 4gb ram
- secondary monitor, samsung syncmaster 931bw
- this forum thread (firefox + windows 10)
- half-life: blue shift
- the mouse i use and the mouse i don't use (off camera are three other mice i don't use)
- google home mini
- random objects weighing down a new antistatic mat to try to flatten it out
- disassembled stepper motor
- a rock because my great grandfather collected rocks and polished them and made them look cool
- my phone that doesn't work (taking the photo with my older phone that does work)
- raspberry pi 3 that i use to stream tv shows
- power bar
- very finicky dvi-to-hdmi adapter which is why the monitor port cover is not on
nice exif you got there
20: xn--cr8h wrote at 3:08:22 AM 28/6/20183156717
oops wrong button