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haha totally, trying to play CSS sittin less than 1m from a 32in lcd - SOLID!


u play css too eh? wats ur steam id, i'll add you :)

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PM'd ;)

anyone else, its 1100110 if you have steam 8)

I've changed my setup a little ill post a pic when i clean my room...its like a war zone, ended up sharing a bed with a camera bag, 2 pairs of headphones and a hoodie :lol:

I really need drawers that match my desk, but i want a bigger desk too so hence everything in my room is like .. well not matching LOL!

If i could convince my mum to swap rooms the i'd have more space....haha!

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Here's my workstation, and the room it's in (my bedroom) ;)
And yes, I have a rediculously big Wi-Fi antenna. (and 2 WiFi devices. Don't ask)
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that would be nice to see Gordon's workstation :D

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Mine is rebuilt on an almost weekly basis!


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Gordon Laing wrote:
Mine is rebuilt on an almost weekly basis!


Well then, post new pics every week! :lol:

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Nice setup, and good choice on the ubuntu + the cool wallpaper :)

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Thought i would post My work station complete with new screen.

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ASUS VX246H 24inch 1080p screen

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Here I go:

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It ain't too impressive, but it works for me.
Normally, I never leave my camera and lenses on my desk, just this time, for show.

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Bjorn van Sinttruije wrote:
I might get a second monitor for my future laptop some time, does look kinda cool, having two screens, as long as you can use them for seperate applications. One with a permanent CL forum, one with other stuff...

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Don't do it! Once you have 2x LCD's...you never want to look at just 1! :lol:

I have twin 2253BW Samsungs sitting next to each other and absolutely love all the desktop "real estate".


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why have two screens? whats the advantage?

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-Neil- wrote:
why have two screens? whats the advantage?


One advantage is having multiple applications open without having to flop between them. A second monitor can duplicate or extend your desktop.


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Shanghaid wrote:
-Neil- wrote:
why have two screens? whats the advantage?


One advantage is having multiple applications open without having to flop between them. A second monitor can duplicate or extend your desktop.


An image says all:
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More screen real estate, more apps open at the same time. ;)

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Hehe, brought this thread back from the dead!

Anyway, my new and improved workstation is here:

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