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Discussion in 'Displays' started by Zardoz, Jan 31, 2005.
Nice! Definitely gonna invest in the Samsung for the future! Needing an upgrade real soon!
If you're still running that core 2 duo and gtx 460, then you get major respect from me.
You would definitely enjoy an upgrade.
That desk is a Steelcase Doue - they don't make them anymore.
Nothing too fancy, just basic Dell U2715, along with old, 16 years old Sony hifi system connected as 2.0 speakers. Beats all the plastic "computer" junk might possibly swap them for LSR305.
Thanks for the heads up. Sweet looking desk. I'm using an 8 year old glass desk and would love to upgrade to something a little nicer.
Dual Dell U2412Ms with a dual monitor mount.
Mine. 3x 1440p
i want to change all this out for a 40 inch 4k... if only they weren't so expensive
does this forum not have any feature to auto size images down that exceed a certain size?
Is this too big for you?
^ Nice, cozy.
his and hers: battlestation and workstation (the latter is just a monitor and docking station) :
Dear Lord. Now THAT'S a command station lol
What kind of microphone is that? Do you do voice-over work?
Looks like a USB AT2020.
Yep. I don't do anything special with it. I just wanted a nice non-headset mic for voice chat. It works really well except when my wife is using the TV because it is omni-directional.
LG 34UM95 (34" 3440x1440 QHD)
@_@ I'm staring at that chair! Embody?
That's what it is. I'd love one if it wasn't for the $1300 price tag.
U3415w + 2005FPW Portrait
More here: http://imgur.com/a/yKvkJ
I paid $900 OTD. Not quite as bad.
Still, for the amount of time you spend in a chair...I find it to be a worthwhile investment at either price.
Very true... but man that price tag makes my penis soft. One day I'll shell out the cash for that or a snazzy red Steelcase chair.
Agreed 100%. I paid $800 for an Aeron and it is probably the best purchase I've ever made.
I have had the Aeron for 5 years and it is showing no sign of wear. Before that I was going through cheaper chairs every couple years. You save money in the long run.
Also with the Aeron I never have back pain while using my computer. That alone is worth it.
Got a nice deal the 34UM95 can't get used to all the space yet...
So, TIL, you can hook up 5 monitors to a single video card...
More displays for the display god!
S0urce, nice setup, looking to do something similar but with a Dell 24". What cable do I need to get maximum rez out of the screen. I have a GTX 770, so about 2-3 yrs old. I think ports are HDMI (1?), Displayport, DVI-D & DVI.
Nothing fantastic, my work rig. FYI, the TV sits up so high because that's where the outlet / cables come out of the wall.
In his Sig!!!
And it's a Beast with 4 of those GTX cards!! And speaking of beasts what case is that Steve?
Stop me if you've heard this one before :
Page one of this thread trips my antivirus.
Anyways, relevant to the LCD thread,
1 x Dell U3415W Curved 21:9 3440x1440. Monitor is freaking amazing, its completely blown me away.
Other LCD's are ASUS 24" 1080P TN's. There are 2 stacked there and a third collecting dust under my desk. I often use the top monitor to stream shows/watch tv and the bottom one is hooked up to a xbone and a secondary pc. Third ASUS monitor under the desk, the 3 use to be an eyefinity setup but I much prefer the 34".
Failed thread ... hardly any of the pictures are showing up
Are you talking about the ones posted in 2005? lol.
It's a pity they don't show, though ... it's amusing to reminisce about old technology.
"Dude, I never thought I'd find something to replace my Sony GDM-FW900, but this Asus 15-inch LCD was only $2500 at Fry's lat weekend!"
And so on.
This would be my setup.
Unless [H] allowed attachments there is no way for the pictures to last forever. I get a little nostalgic when I think of the changes in setups over the year but it quickly fades away when I think of how much time I spent in front of CRTs and low resolution monitors. 60 lb 4:3 monitors? EXPENSIVE 5" thick LCD monitors? Nahh I'm good.