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 Post subject: My setups
PostPosted: Thu Nov 15, 2007 2:26 pm 
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1) Setup in my office (Jan 4th 2013):
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My HP 8300 Elite (3.40GHz Core i7-3770, 12GB DDR3 RAM, 9TB HDD (3x 3TB), Windows 7 64bit) now drives 7 high-resolution monitors. From left to right:
Samsung 2343BWX LCD monitor:
23" 2048x1152
Lenovo L220X LCD monitor:
22" 1200x1920
Lenovo L220X LCD monitor:
22" 1200x1920
Dell 3008WFP LCD monitor:
30" 2560x1600
Lenovo L220X LCD monitor:
22" 1200x1920
Lenovo L220X LCD monitor:
22" 1200x1920
Dell sp2309w LCD monitor:
23" 2048x1152

The laptop is a Gateway NX860X (1.66GHz Core2 Duo T5500, 2GB DDR2 RAM, 500GB 5400rpm HDD, Windows Vista) whose main job is to play MP3 files.

2) Setup in bedroom at home (Jan 18th 2013):
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From left to right:
Dell U2711 LCD monitor:
27" 2560x1440
Dell ST2210b LCD monitor:
21.5" 1920x1080
Dell OptiPlex 9010:
3.30GHz Core i3-3220, 4GB DDR3 RAM, 2TB 5400rpm HDD, Windows 7 64bit
Panasonic Toughbook CF-Y7:
1.6GHz Core2 Duo L7500, 2GB DDR2 RAM, 256GB SSD, Windows 8
14.1" 1400x1050
Dell Inspiron 7500:
700MHz Pentium III, 512MB PC100 RAM, 250GB 5400rpm HDD, Windows 2000
15.4" 1280x1024

3) Setup in living room at home (Jan 18th 2013):
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From left to right:
Sony Vaio VPCX113KG:
1.86GHz Atom Z540, 2GB DDR2 RAM, 64GB SSD, Windows 7
11.1" 1366x768
Acer X193W+BD LCD monitor:
19" 1680x1050

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Very nice indeed, but may I ask; what happened to the ThinkPads :?:

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andyP wrote:
what happened to the ThinkPads :?:


They are at home in Providence RI, and in my office.

UPDATE: I've added photos of my setups at home in Providence RI and in my office.

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THX, you had me worried for a minute :) Pianowizard and no ThinkPad :shock:

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Looks good. Just replace the crt screens with LCDs and it will be perfect. :D

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I am now showing all of my current computers (2 at work, 3 at home in RI, and 3 at home in TX) in this thread. Scroll up to the first post to see them.

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Very nice pics, pianowizard.

I find it a bit awkward to have the big 2407 monitor off-center, but I guess it's a necessary compromise to allow two more laptops on the desk.

It's amazing that you keep a PC for DOS games. I used to have one myself until recently, when I "donated" it to my dad (who only uses it to type in Word 7.0 on Windows 95).


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how many homes do you have???

anyway, nice setup and pictures :wink:

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gunston wrote:
how many homes do you have???


That "home" in TX is actually my mom's, though the computers are mine.

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I just added a Dell 2007WFP 20" LCD to my Providence RI home setup. So I updated that photo in the opening post.

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Nice photo PW ... Your UXGA 14" T4x looks amazing in the first pic, someday when I make enough money I'll try this mod.

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Nice setups

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I updated the office photo because I got the Dell desktop two months ago and the T43p last week. I'm so happy with my setups!

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Hello, fellow Rhode Islander!

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 Post subject: Re: My setups
PostPosted: Sun Aug 01, 2010 12:11 pm 
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My setups have had several major changes in the last few days. So, I have updated the photos.

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 Post subject: Re: My setups
PostPosted: Sun Aug 01, 2010 12:50 pm 
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Very nice pics. :thumbs-UP:

So the T42 really cannot output WUXGA via the analog port? I'm surprised.

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dr_st wrote:
So the T42 really cannot output WUXGA via the analog port?


Ooops, what I wrote was wrong ("VGA output limitation"). Instead, it is the HDTV's VGA input limitation, not the T42's output limitation. For a computer to fully utilize this HDTV's 1920x1200, I need to use the HDMI input. I could do this by getting a DVI signal from the T42 through a dock, and then convert the DVI to HDMI with an adaptor. But I hate docks and so I am just using the VGA output. I am using this T42-Hannspree setup just to watch low-def videos, so I don't need the whole 1920x1200.

Of course, the T42 can output 1920x1200 without any problem.

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 Post subject: Re: My setups
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Man, i sure do love the looks of the i-series in the first photo. Such a nice looking machine, refreshingly different with it's gray coat, but still shares the classic thinkpad resemblence. Also, nice setups.

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These days at work, I have been using all 8 monitors, both desktops and my Latitude laptop simultaneously. So, I thought I should take a pic and upload it to this thread.

Sorry, I don't have Thinkpads any more, but at least I have 4 Lenovo L220X monitors!

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 21, 2011 10:14 pm 
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Awesome monitor setup! :banana:

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Recently, I rearranged most of my monitors and am so proud of my HP 8300 Elite driving 7 monitors that I just have to show it off! Please scroll up to see the first photo in my opening post.

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 Post subject: Re: My setups
PostPosted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 11:18 am 
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At this point you should consider adding two more keyboard + mouse sets, maybe even wireless, at the two corner monitors. :D

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pianowizard wrote:
Recently, I rearranged most of my monitors and am so proud of my HP 8300 Elite driving 7 monitors that I just have to show it off! Please scroll up to see the first photo in my opening post.


What could possibly require seven(!) monitors? My sister does graphical design and three is enough for her...

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DaKKS wrote:
What could possibly require seven(!) monitors? My sister does graphical design and three is enough for her...


I am a research scientist and I do complicated data analysis. I admit that I usually use "only" 5 of these monitors but there are times when I need all 7. Think about it, I have a total of 18 megapixels!

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 15, 2013 2:18 am 
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DaKKS wrote:
What could possibly require seven(!) monitors?


A horizontally organized person. :)

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pianowizard wrote:
I am a research scientist and I do complicated data analysis. I admit that I usually use "only" 5 of these monitors but there are times when I need all 7. Think about it, I have a total of 18 megapixels!


Jesus, its gotta be really complicated to require 7 monitors...

What kind of resolution are you running on? And how did you hook up the monitors? TH2G/DH2G or separate cards?

And I thought three desktop monitors was overkill. I run two desktop monitors, a TV and a wall mounted 19" RSS/News/Weather feed on my main rig. That way I can run dev software one one screen, game on the other or watch a movie on the third. And if it all goes to hell I can read news on the forth.

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DaKKS wrote:
Jesus, its gotta be really complicated to require 7 monitors...


For my scientific work, sometimes it would actually be helpful to have even more than 7 monitors, like 25 to 30, because I need to resolve fine details in prolonged electrophysiological recordings. If I upgrade the power supply of this computer, it should be feasible to use up to 30 monitors but I would need a much larger desk.

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What kind of resolution are you running on? And how did you hook up the monitors? TH2G/DH2G or separate cards?


The resolutions of my monitors are listed right under the first photo in my opening post. I am driving the monitors using 4 separate video cards, each with 2 outputs.

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pianowizard wrote:
For my scientific work, sometimes it would actually be helpful to have even more than 7 monitors, like 25 to 30, because I need to resolve fine details in prolonged electrophysiological recordings. If I upgrade the power supply of this computer, it should be feasible to use up to 30 monitors but I would need a much larger desk.

The resolutions of my monitors are listed right under the first photo in my opening post. I am driving the monitors using 4 separate video cards, each with 2 outputs.


Right, I think the two major things we've discovered here is that you're never, ever going to find a wallpaper, and you're a lot smarter than I am, because I have no bloody clue what that means.... :lol:

Also, I'm going blind, didn't even notice the resolutions...

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 20, 2013 10:49 am 
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DaKKS wrote:
Right, I think the two major things we've discovered here is that you're never, ever going to find a wallpaper, and you're a lot smarter than I am, because I have no bloody clue what that means.... :lol:


This has nothing to do with smartness. It just means I work in a very specialized field.

BTW, the second and third photos have just been updated as well.

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