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The "Show Me Yours And I'll Show You Mine" Thread


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As the title States, this is a place to show off, or ask for tips on what to do with your workspace from other forum members!

 

I'll Start with My Own

 

Rig Is : 

AMD Ryzen 3900XT

Asus Radeon 5700XT

Asus B550-I Strix ITX Mobo

64GB of Corsair Vengeance Pro RGB 3600mhz 

256GB Sabrent Rocket NVME boot drive

1TB Crucial MX300 (downloads/documents/pictures/etc)

2TB Crucial MX500 (Games Only Drive)

Corsair SF750 750W SFF Power Supply

Custom Watercooling

 

Monitor : Gigabyte G32QC 32" Curved 1440P 1MS Gaming monitor

Keyboard : Corsair K63 Wireless Ice Blue Special Edition w/ Cherry MX Reds

Mouse : Razer Deathadder 2013 (soon to be replaced, its slowly dying)

Mousepad : Razer Firefly RGB "Hard Edition"

Chair : Secretlabs Omega Cloud 9 Edition

Desk : Custom Ikea

Cable management : priceless

 

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On 13/03/2021 at 20:28, PCSarge said:

? guess im not a good topic starter........

 

I wouldn't quite say that. Maybe some additional impetus will help:

 

Not quite finished, but getting there (pardon the awful pix; also, couldn't get everything in one shot):

 

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The desk I've had for years and it serves its purpose. As for hardware, there's too much to list, so I'll leave it at that. As for some of the items in the display, here's how I describe them:

 

  • My collection of balls: A pair of brass balls; Balls of steel; I've even got balls that come in different colors. Red balls, blue balls, and radioactive green. --for the discerning collector of fine things.
  • An authentic Viking key from ~ 1000 A.D. Because you never know when you might have to unlock a Viking.
  • A Viking axe. Because you’ll need to give a Viking something to do if and when you unlock him.
  • Meat hooks for when the Candyman visits; and a few more dental tools just in case friends stop by someday.
  • Pulled teeth. Because sometimes you have to pull teeth to get what you want.
  • The next best thing to pigs with wings.
  • Vintage coffin nails and graveyard dirt in vintage fluorescent radioactive jar, right next to a lump of uranium ore. They all somehow seemed to fit.
  • Everyone should have at least one BIG bug. Here we have a collection, and they’re all named Hank (one’s confused about its gender).
  • Glass. Lots and lots of glass. Because it’s made from sand and you can pound it.
  • A midget washboard. For the midget guest room.
  • Ode to the CCP’s Beer’s Virus Pandemic of 2020—TBD: The Reliable TP (toilet paper) holder and a pencil. Because anything associated with wiping your butt should be reliable; and TP is something you can count on (that’s what the small pencil is for); Community wiping sticks with obvious grip ends. They were good enough for the Samurai, so they're good enough for me; Spare antique, perforated TP, some of the first. So you don’t have to compete with anyone for it anytime, anyplace; Electric corn cob wiping device. Powered by the grid; The three seashells. In case the power goes out and you’re fresh out of fresh wiping sticks; One each ex-live bat. Because, well, you know.
  • A pack of condoms. Because s***bags have learned to come in packs.
  • A vintage, civil war era lead smelter. Because I did that when I was younger too (I took the lead). Can also be used in custom fitting dentures.
  • A large, vintage, wooden meat tenderizer. For those who like to pound their meat before they cook it and eat it.

 

That's it for now, more to come. Time to get my KPE 3090 working.

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3 hours ago, iamjanco said:

 

I wouldn't quite say that. Maybe some additional impetus will help:

 

 

  • A pack of condoms. Because s***bags have learned to come in packs.
  • A large, vintage, wooden meat tenderizer. For those who like to pound their meat before they cook it and eat it.

 

those two lines stand out as hilarious and ironic at the same time.

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10 hours ago, iamjanco said:

 

I wouldn't quite say that. Maybe some additional impetus will help:

 

Not quite finished, but getting there (pardon the awful pix; also, couldn't get everything in one shot):

 

progress1-20210313_224814.thumb.jpg.c2c61b2fbfb9212c81f92a362498906b.jpg

 

progress2-20210313_224641.thumb.jpg.4b2bec1a0911f018395bd101ca4c944c.jpg

 

The desk I've had for years and it serves its purpose. As for hardware, there's too much to list, so I'll leave it at that. As for some of the items in the display, here's how I describe them:

 

  • My collection of balls: A pair of brass balls; Balls of steel; I've even got balls that come in different colors. Red balls, blue balls, and radioactive green. --for the discerning collector of fine things.
  • An authentic Viking key from ~ 1000 A.D. Because you never know when you might have to unlock a Viking.
  • A Viking axe. Because you’ll need to give a Viking something to do if and when you unlock him.
  • Meat hooks for when the Candyman visits; and a few more dental tools just in case friends stop by someday.
  • Pulled teeth. Because sometimes you have to pull teeth to get what you want.
  • The next best thing to pigs with wings.
  • Vintage coffin nails and graveyard dirt in vintage fluorescent radioactive jar, right next to a lump of uranium ore. They all somehow seemed to fit.
  • Everyone should have at least one BIG bug. Here we have a collection, and they’re all named Hank (one’s confused about its gender).
  • Glass. Lots and lots of glass. Because it’s made from sand and you can pound it.
  • A midget washboard. For the midget guest room.
  • Ode to the CCP’s Beer’s Virus Pandemic of 2020—TBD: The Reliable TP (toilet paper) holder and a pencil. Because anything associated with wiping your butt should be reliable; and TP is something you can count on (that’s what the small pencil is for); Community wiping sticks with obvious grip ends. They were good enough for the Samurai, so they're good enough for me; Spare antique, perforated TP, some of the first. So you don’t have to compete with anyone for it anytime, anyplace; Electric corn cob wiping device. Powered by the grid; The three seashells. In case the power goes out and you’re fresh out of fresh wiping sticks; One each ex-live bat. Because, well, you know.
  • A pack of condoms. Because s***bags have learned to come in packs.
  • A vintage, civil war era lead smelter. Because I did that when I was younger too (I took the lead). Can also be used in custom fitting dentures.
  • A large, vintage, wooden meat tenderizer. For those who like to pound their meat before they cook it and eat it.

 

That's it for now, more to come. Time to get my KPE 3090 working.

The Young Frankenstein items seem to be quite appropriate decor.... ?

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This would require cleaning up my mess.

I'll sub, but I won't post a picture till I feel like cleaning.  Might be a while lol.  I've got tools, coolers, GPU's, paper towels, syringes (TIM), toolboxes, random parts in boxes that need installed........  and of course, random toys (I have a 6 year old) strewn all over my desk.

Oh screw it.......  (Rig is in my sig, "AMDerp").  "Screen", for now, is an old 1080p Insignia 40" LED TV (has the famed LG panel in it).  Running at 1440p VSR.

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11 hours ago, pioneerisloud said:

This would require cleaning up my mess.

I'll sub, but I won't post a picture till I feel like cleaning.  Might be a while lol.  I've got tools, coolers, GPU's, paper towels, syringes (TIM), toolboxes, random parts in boxes that need installed........  and of course, random toys (I have a 6 year old) strewn all over my desk.

Oh screw it.......  (Rig is in my sig, "AMDerp").  "Screen", for now, is an old 1080p Insignia 40" LED TV (has the famed LG panel in it).  Running at 1440p VSR.

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When living in a cubicle isn't enough just at the office. 

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8 hours ago, Avacado said:

When living in a cubicle isn't enough just at the office. 


It's only 2 walls. :p

Once I stabilize the desk some with some tube steel later this year, I'll be mounting my monitor to a giant arm in the corner so it can swing, speakers attached to it too.

The idea was giving me not only a desk for my computer, but also a workbench. :)

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3 hours ago, pioneerisloud said:


It's only 2 walls. :p

Once I stabilize the desk some with some tube steel later this year, I'll be mounting my monitor to a giant arm in the corner so it can swing, speakers attached to it too.

The idea was giving me not only a desk for my computer, but also a workbench. :)

 

Frank n' Twisty approve that message.

 

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45 minutes ago, iamjanco said:

^Plenty of white noise there to help you sleep. Pretty cool ?

  

...I wasn't going to put my usual go-to_s like 3K GentleTyphoons or 5k Sunons in our m-bedroom...I would never "hear the end of it" hehe

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4 hours ago, Avacado said:

Your wife must be a saint. 

 

...yeah, but it did involve trade-offs...also the desk computer is connected to our 55 inch IPS HDR (4K up to 72 Hz oc) in the m-bedroom so I sold the build idea as a 'tv enhancement'. FS23020 and Cyberpunk2077 look stunning on this.

 

 

 

 

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5 hours ago, J7SC_Orion said:

 

...yeah, but it did involve trade-offs...also the desk computer is connected to our 55 inch IPS HDR (4K up to 72 Hz oc) in the m-bedroom so I sold the build idea as a 'tv enhancement'. FS23020 and Cyberpunk2077 look stunning on this.

 

 

 

 

Wait, you overclocked your tv refresh rate?

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2 hours ago, Bastiaan_NL said:

"for now" :classic_laugh:

Also a random bullet on the desk, did someone threaten you? :classic_ninja:

I'm surprised you noticed that ?

 

My bf had it laying around and was like "yo put this on there" lol 

 

 

And yes, there's already a small amount of clutter on it ?

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This would not look like this given choice, but, no choice given.  lol


let's point out all the stupid:

 

* cable shenanigans

* that's a weed tray, not an ashtray, but former 3 pack a day idiot

* modelo FTW, cause I'm mexican at heart, but rubbed italian and of scottish descent

* books level the speakers, i actually measured

* ac whole house impossible cause eldery "its too cold in here", check temp and it's 77degrees, so portable FTW

* oh and stupid curtains cause west facing window, and me n the glowy ball of light no get along, the shades behind are already closed, my eyes hate me

 

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Anyone got any spare bullets I can put on my desk or should I use a shotgun shell?

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