- Apr 12, 2016
Guess I'll get this year's thread started, too...
Sulfur... Coal or charcoal... Gunpowder... Diamonds... "He has reasoned it out, Doctor!!"Fresh re-arrange without any cable management. Bookshelf speakers to come on the wall next to the TV and a few other tweaks but this is the basics. Day time and night time shots included.
Top system (big TV on top) is my i7 6700k server and bottom system (dual screens) is a Ryzen 2700x with a mild OC. Second pic is a real-world shot with games open, TV playing, etc.
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Sulfur... Coal or charcoal... Gunpowder... Diamonds... "He has reasoned it out, Doctor!!"
Tsunami dream case! I have one of those stuffed in the attic somewhere, great case back in the day!
Gotta love it! I just recently started a fresh rewatch of TOS, I love the campyness so much
"The rest of the story", LOL. You I knew I saw the top one at Vogons. I would be curious about the content of the current setup, specifically the wall mount and half height racks.
Thanks.Nice Tsunami case... man... that brings back some memories.
I am curious too.. the prices on those are insanely good.How do you like the Viotek? Just ordered the smaller 1080p 144hz for the kid.
How do you like the Viotek? Just ordered the smaller 1080p 144hz for the kid.
The very short review is that I got what I paid for. The power cable connection is loose out of the box, so slight jostles turn the screen off. Sometimes I need multiple power cycles for it to pick up a signal from HDMI/DP. It used to make an awful screeching noise. There is constant "static"/artifacting that appears on the screen on certain background colours when running at 100hz.
Given that it was 50% the price of the comparable *good* ones I can't complain too much, but I certainly wouldn't recommend or buy from Viotek again.