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Acer Predator 32" 4K GSync monitor center, two Dell 1440p 23" monitors left and right, two ASUS 21" 1080p monitors above.
4K monitor driven by a ROG Strix GTX 1080, other monitors driven by a ROG Strix GTX 1060. i7-6700K CPU.
CoolerMaster Haf-XB case, NovaTouch TKL keyboard, custom-made wrist rest with washable sock cover.
Ikea desk (only partly shown) and legs for shelves, customized chair .
Galaxy S8 wireless charging station, Mikasa "Geometric Circles" coffee cup, Logitech mice (one for work, one for play).
CyberPower GX1325U Sine-Wave UPS
Not shown: docked Surface Pro 3 and Dell 23" 1080p monitor.
Guess I need to straighten my space up to take a pic. Ugh.
Looks like more than a few here have "rescued" old work desks/cabinets/metal file cabinets. I'm seeing stuff that looked like places I worked 10-15 years ago.
been moving my desk around
was the kids room
but expecting a second one in a few months
so moved the kids room to a bigger one
finally had time to tidy up
still thinking about what to do about the nick nack corner
would fit a tv too
but then I might rather go 34" 21:9 display instead
the CPU's are all the ones I've used over the years
though as a dad of (soon) 2 kids and a husband the i5's are not part of it
AMD still missing
no time yet
Do you have the PC mounted to the wall with a TV mount? Interesting...
And I have an Intel 80186 somewhere if you want a granddaddy for your chip collection...
A 186? Those were pretty rare. As I recall no IBM compatible PC's e we shipped with them, just some other startups and embedded systems.
The "IBM Compatible" industry jumped directly from the 8086 and it's low cost 8088 little brother to the 80286.