Why didn't 4K FPS work out? Lag? Or you need a 1080TI?
Actually the bottom pic with the AS/400 is where I still work. And we still use AS/400. We're running a newer java based version, so it has some neat features. But yeah, we use...wait for it...RPG. Yep. Everything we build in house is built with RPG. I need a new job, lol. ENDDBG.But surely, SURELY, you miss that AS/400 green screen. Oh the fun times I've had with debugging C code. STRDBG.
4K Didn't work out for me in FPS for a couple of reasons. Even with dual 980ti's I would still get some frame drops that would cause me to die or miss a shot. Also i started to get this weird 4 panel effect on the screen where it almost looked like it split up into 4 1080p segments and then would cut back into full screen. I really wanted to goto a higher refresh rate monitor anyways and had been the plan for a while. I think within the next year or so 4k will be more achievable since consoles are finally trying to push the standard and most games are ported from consoles anyways.Why didn't 4K FPS work out? Lag? Or you need a 1080TI?
If I had to hazard a guess, I'd say its a "Linnmon / Alex Dark Table, black-brown, gray", Ikea part number 290.472.57
At least in Canada, anyway. The drawers are a little different - maybe an older model? The US Ikea site shows the same version as the Canadian model with 5 drawers instead of 4. Its the difference between using the "Alex drawer unit" and the "Alex drawer unit / drop file storage".
I... may have spent too much time on Ikea's site when I was building my own desks.
Not one, but TWO VCR's? And is that red one a beta? Got some vintage porn you couldn't convert to mpeg?since this is "workstation" I tried take some generic view pictures , like if you walked into the room...not spit shined and in it's usable state
I love the ingenuity, but I wouldn't be surprised if you find it uncomfortable. I use a sit-stand all of the time and the distance between the monitors and keyboard tray makes a huge difference. As low as you have it, extended use is likely to give you a big headache and some achy wrists. Hopefully it doesn't, but if it does, start there.Well this is close to the final build of the stand up table for the summer.
Added another monitor, and added a keyboard tray underneath that makes it easier to use for my wife. On the bottom is a spare vansky LED Strip I had laying about. Pretty much nothing you see here was purchased new. Even the dell computer on the right was a decent bargain (i5-4590 machine for cheap).
Actually the cool part is everything is adjustable, redundant (there's another of the same keyboard to connect to the top if needs be and the g700 is wireless so I can move it without hassle. Both monitors are on articulating heads with pretty good movement. Since it was my first time trying it out and not knowing shit about exactly how I would want it, I made sure to make things pretty easy to move around. Even the keyboard tray, etc could be redone in about 10 minutes at most. Something not in the pictures is I got a freaking old school barber chair for $8. It's heavy as hell but actually telescopes to the perfect height lol....but it totally defeats the purposeI love the ingenuity, but I wouldn't be surprised if you find it uncomfortable. I use a sit-stand all of the time and the distance between the monitors and keyboard tray makes a huge difference. As low as you have it, extended use is likely to give you a big headache and some achy wrists. Hopefully it doesn't, but if it does, start there.
Indeed. Even now I'm typing to you form my desk on the otherside of the room while I"m sitting loltrentchau I hear you about the health thing. The best addition I got for my sit-stand (aside from the large format 4k monitor) is a wireless headset. I have to do a lot of conference calls and this allowed me to move around while I was at my desk without the worry of tripping over wires. Writing emails, presenting, or taking notes are my most effective standing tasks. Any critical thinking/document creation is probably best left to an ergonomic chair.
I haven't received any complaints. If I have any myself, it's that it can't be used while plugged in, but it's a small complaint, given the battery life is pretty decent.Indeed. Even now I'm typing to you form my desk on the otherside of the room while I"m sitting lol
Hows the mic quality on your headset btw? I was always concerned about that.
Nothing at this moment. It doesn't have anything installed yet. I am still waiting for the micro SDs to come in.What are you using the cluster for if I may ask?
I like it alot. Ive only used cheap office chairs in the past so my body had to get used to the "ergo" support. Only part that i can say they can improve on is the arm rests. Its a bit on the harder / stiffer sideHow do you like that Autonomous chair? I've been thinking about gettong one since they first announced them, but never pulled the trigger.