Post your Geek Setup

kidguru

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I have a huge fascination with geek setups/desks ever since I've got into technology. Especially someone who works from home I spend a majority of my time in my office. Recently I've separated my room from my office and was interested in seeing everyone else setups. Personally I aim for a balance of minimalism meets functionality. I have a ton of things going on in my office but I like to have everything in reach, everything has its place.

Enjoy look forward to seeing yours!
 
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Duncan

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Mines going to be old and very blurry as everything is way too messy to take one now, it's quite embarrassing even then, but I end up spending way too much time looking at the screens than what's going on around them



The white thing on the left is a heater which has now broken and been replaced
 

Hronk

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This is two years old now and I've since moved and have new stuff I will tidy tomorrow and take an up to date picture.
 

WizardCM

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Here's mine. I have issues with it on a daily basis, mainly because my desk is higher than it should be. However, I have 5.1 surround sound which is fantastic.

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AppleHead493

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Sorry for the grainy picture...

From Top to Bottom:

Acer V5-571 Laptop
Dell PowerEdge 1850 Server 1U
Gaming PC (Right)
CISCO Equipment (Left)
 
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Duncan

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Sorry for the grainy picture...

From Top to Bottom:

Acer V5-571 Laptop
Dell PowerEdge 1850 Server 1U
Gaming PC (Right)
CISCO Equipment (Left)
Dare I ask why you have server grade equipment at your desktop?
I was using and configuring it as part of my uni studies =)
Oh, was gonna say, that looks noisy.

Although some people do go overboard...


http://www.deskography.org/people/nRC15137pAl/desks/3929/photos/7055/
 
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AppleHead493

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Dare I ask why you have server grade equipment at your desktop?
I was using and configuring it as part of my uni studies =)
Oh, was gonna say, that looks noisy.

Although some people do go overboard...


http://www.deskography.org/people/nRC15137pAl/desks/3929/photos/7055/
WAAAH! =O that is ridiculous xD I only really had the server and CISCO stuff on when I built an active directory server, actually looking to sell it at the moment.
 

illage2

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I was using and configuring it as part of my uni studies =)
Oh, was gonna say, that looks noisy.

Although some people do go overboard...


http://www.deskography.org/people/nRC15137pAl/desks/3929/photos/7055/
WAAAH! =O that is ridiculous xD I only really had the server and CISCO stuff on when I built an active directory server, actually looking to sell it at the moment.
O_O WOW! That's lot of server stuff ....
 

AppleHead493

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Oh, was gonna say, that looks noisy.

Although some people do go overboard...


http://www.deskography.org/people/nRC15137pAl/desks/3929/photos/7055/
WAAAH! =O that is ridiculous xD I only really had the server and CISCO stuff on when I built an active directory server, actually looking to sell it at the moment.
O_O WOW! That's lot of server stuff ....
Its for my CISCO Networking studies, you can pick up CISCO routers and switches really cheap (£30 each) off ebay.
 

deadcore

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I was using and configuring it as part of my uni studies =)
Oh, was gonna say, that looks noisy.

Although some people do go overboard...


http://www.deskography.org/people/nRC15137pAl/desks/3929/photos/7055/
WAAAH! =O that is ridiculous xD I only really had the server and CISCO stuff on when I built an active directory server, actually looking to sell it at the moment.
wooooooo!!!!!!!! Whats the model number of the cisco gear if you're going to sell it?
Im assuming blue gears 24 port bog standard switch (gigabit?)?
Grey gear is im assuming is a router with two out bound pipes??
 
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