Post pictures of your Mac setup

Discussion in 'Apple/Mac' started by xenonsupra, Jul 29, 2008.

  1. after many years I've finally gotten my setup just right:

    Mac Pro
    - 8x3ghz
    - 5gb RAM
    - 512mb ati 1900

    Macbook Pro
    - 2.0 ghz core duo
    - 2gb RAM
    - 128 mb

    30" Apple Cinema Display
    20" Dell Widescreen (not pictured)

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  2. Beautiful indeed ! Thanks for sharing. Patiently waiting to pull trigger on my Mac Pro.
     
  3. The other day I finally got around to shooting a photo of my main Mac setup (for the Post Your Workstation thread) but haven't uploaded the images or post-processed yet..... Probably won't get to it tomorrow, as I've got a busy day scheduled, but maybe on Friday......
     
  4. Snipps

    Snipps

    896
    Oct 7, 2006
    15" Macbook Pro
    2.4GHz Core 2 Duo
    4GB RAM
    256MB VRAM
    30" Cinema Display

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  5. bozola

    bozola

    Feb 28, 2006
    Seattle WA
    Wire - less

    I know I know.. it's too clean and it's been posted before... but I like it!


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  6. Can you see more workspace using the 30in? Or does the 30in monitor just make the laptop's display bigger? Like magnify everything?

    Does that make sense? :confused:
     
  7. Here is my office.
    I ONLY use Mac's:biggrin:
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  8. gadgetguy11

    gadgetguy11

    Nov 16, 2005
    Kentucky
    Mac Pro 3Ghz Quad Core
    32GB RAM
    3TB HD INTERNAL (4 x 750GB) HD's
    2 DUAL LAYER SUPER DRIVES BUILT IN
    NVIDIA Quadro FX 4500 Quad DVI 3D Video Board
    2 x 30" Cinema Monitors
    1TB Time Machine
    N Band Airport Extreme
    Craziest Chair I could find!! :biggrin:
    Home, Sweet Home! :wink:

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  10. Snipps

    Snipps

    896
    Oct 7, 2006
    Yes that makes sense. It gives me more space, like I can have separate things on the two displays.
     
  11. The 30" has a resolution of 2560x1600 and the macbook pro and a resolution of 1440x990. You can set them to "mirror" each other or extend each other.