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Old 12-06-2009, 09:43 PM   #21
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Wow the inside of your truck is out of control
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Thats a pretty tidy truck. lol i am OCD with mine.



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Thats a pretty tidy truck. lol i am OCD with mine.



I dont think trucks are that clean when theyre new are they?
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Wow, Do you require occupants to be freshly bathed before entry?

P.S...... I sense that you have an addiction to shiney new tools!
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Wow, Do you require occupants to be freshly bathed before entry?

P.S...... I sense that you have an addiction to shiney new tools!

You dont even wanna know how bad i am. I have digital fit weather tech matts in the front and i still freak out when people get in with dirty feet. My wife thinks i also have a new tool problem. I dont think it's a problem

You should have seen me freak out when this idiot tool smashed my babys mirror of the other day.
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I said addiction,...... Never said it was a problem.
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I said addiction,...... Never said it was a problem.

some may call it that lol
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My command center...or at least I am responsible for it 25% of the time. heh
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This is an inspiring thread. I need to clean my command center and mobile office, then I'll take pics. Too many coffee cups, and documents piled everywhere right now. I managed to get the surf fishing equipment out of the bed of the truck before a foot of snow fell on it Saturday, however.

I like this thread.
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My command center...or at least I am responsible for it 25% of the time. heh

My mate works for a investment bank and he has a setup like that. They must have 1000+ screens in an area about 4000sqft. Place gets so dam hot.
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Hi BC, we're situated on the edge of the Arctic Ocean, so most of the time we can keep it pretty cool inside. But the summer can be different story...but it doesn't last long. (That's a control board for a plant that takes seawater and injects it into an oil reservoir to keep production rates up.)
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Hi BC, we're situated on the edge of the Arctic Ocean, so most of the time we can keep it pretty cool inside. But the summer can be different story...but it doesn't last long. (That's a control board for a plant that takes seawater and injects it into an oil reservoir to keep production rates up.)

The rooms does look like it can pump out some heat. Them screens alone would heat my house lol
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Chasing Dreams, where are your shots? I am bumping this thread.
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Here is My setup:
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Chasing Dreams, where are your shots? I am bumping this thread.
My shots? you kinda lost me,... point me in the right direction
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Sorry bout that Chasing, I saw the office picture and apparently jumped to the end of the thread and went by the truck. Nevermind
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So happy my electronics purchases can be 'written off'.

Home Office - Dell desktops, 24" LCD, 22" LCD, 32" LCD TV:


Mobile Office - Toyota Tundra, Asus 1201N Netbook, AT&T 3G USB Aircard, Ram-Mount:
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After the res thread im curious to what setups you guys have as your "Command centers" (Wife calls mine that because she thinks im like that fat geek dude from Die hard with his under ground command center )

Desktop (Liquid cooled custom built) gaming/work rig

Intel Quad core Q9400 2.66ghz running overclocked @ 3.2ghz
Mother board - PQ5 turbo
4gb Corsair gaming memory
1000w PSU
2TB (raid 0 striped array) harddrives
1TB (Secondary drive)
Nvidia GTX275 garphics card
Windows 7 pro
Razer Mamba mouse
Razer Megasoma mat
Razer Carcharias gaming headset
LG DVD Burner
Altec lansing 2.1 speakers

To follow- Dual monitors, Blu-ray burner, Nas



Laptop Alienware sentia M3450

Intel core 2 Duo T7200 2.00ghz
1GB DDR2 Memory
80GB 5400rpm SATA Hard Drive
8x DVD+/-RW Dual Layer Burner
14.1" WXGA (1280x800) Wide Screen LCD
Intel GMA 950 Integrated Graphics
Windows Vista
I'm glad to see that there are some geeks on these forums, too. I often think that I'm in the wrong field because I'm a little better with computers than I am with construction.

I don't think everyone in this thread really appreciates the rig that you have sitting underneath your desk. Did you build it yourself?
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I'm glad to see that there are some geeks on these forums, too. I often think that I'm in the wrong field because I'm a little better with computers than I am with construction.

I don't think everyone in this thread really appreciates the rig that you have sitting underneath your desk. Did you build it yourself?
Thanks TRB. Yep I'm a geek lol. But like you say i sometimes wonder why im in construction when im into pc's and electronics so much. I built the system my self. but i been out of PC's for a few years. Have built a few water cooled rigs in the Pentium 4 days and they were very high end rigs. The one above was a pretty basic build but she's powerful and reliable. Just a shame that PC components move so fast. It's hard keeping up with the new gear on the block and it's capability's for overclocking.

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