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Old 03-19-2006, 01:52 AM   #11
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i can see a few members bulding that
you mean members of a nut house right? Oh..thats right...BC is a nut house...an online nut house...
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That may be the best you've seen FROM here.

That'* Greenzilla and Greyhare in the pic.
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That may be the best you've seen FROM here.

That'* Greenzilla and Greyhare in the pic.
Woah, will thats your setup? DUDE, that must make it easy to watch BC like a hawk!

Sweet
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My workstation at work is a twin 21" LCD setup. That quad setup is a creation of mine for a Research and Development tool you can vaguely see in the background. It'* a custom laser system with 6 lasers feeding it. The 3 monitors on the bottom are a necessity to even be able to run the thing.
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My workstation at work is a twin 21" LCD setup. That quad setup is a creation of mine for a Research and Development tool you can vaguely see in the background. It'* a custom laser system with 6 lasers feeding it. The 3 monitors on the bottom are a necessity to even be able to run the thing.
uhh...umm...ok

haha, ok i am now resigning as a computer hardware engineer...

little more detail to understand what the heck ur talkin about is TOTALLY necissary...
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I'm not a computer hardware or software kinda guy.

I do mechancial/laser/optical stuff. But I CAN do computers.
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this is my screen setup... one 19CRT True Flat, and Two 19"LCD 8ms


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Are those 4- 17" LCDs or 4- 19"???
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Four 19'*. The outer two are hinged to adjust the angle of them, the upper one has a 10 downward slant. The framing that holds them in place is Bosch extruded aluminum strut, and all 4 monitors have their USB daisy-chained so the lower three monitors are all USB hubs.

The workstation is over 30' of cabling away, so it took 2 powered USB hubs to extend that far, and the video cables were custom made.

Driverjohn has seen this setup. Chadow427 will next month.
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Four 19'*. The outer two are hinged to adjust the angle of them, the upper one has a 10 downward slant. The framing that holds them in place is Bosch extruded aluminum strut, and all 4 monitors have their USB daisy-chained so the lower three monitors are all USB hubs.

The workstation is over 30' of cabling away, so it took 2 powered USB hubs to extend that far, and the video cables were custom made.

Driverjohn has seen this setup. Chadow427 will next month.

vary nice man..., im thinking of moveing my 19CRT and putting the two LCD'* right next to eachother and doing a dual monitor setpu on my main pc....


oo also willwren... what video card are you useing , you said "workstation" did you forget the ( * ) or are all 4 LCD'* on one pc.. if so what video card(*) are yuo useing..?
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