Here’s the next series in my Photoblog, the computers I use on a daily basis. Advance warning: Don’t expect k-leet LEDs-galore, 10 billion cooling fans, cathode-lighted internals compubeasts. I expect my boxes to be functional, not aesthetically pleasing (or blinding).
The three computers are:
- My home PC; AMD Thunderbird 1.4GHz, 128MB DDR-SDRAM, NVIDIA Geforce2 MX-400, Albatron KX600-Pro mobo, Powered by Slackware Linux.
- The Corporate Server; Intel Celeron (Mendocino) 333MHz, 128MB SDRAM, Onboard SiS Display, Some generic SiS5595 mobo, Powered by Slackware Linux.
- My work box; AMD Athlon XP 1600+, 512MB DDR-SDRAM, NVIDIA Geforce2 MX-400, Some generic VIA mobo, Underpowered by Windows XP 😛
Click the link below only if you’re interested to see how the buggers look like 😛
Taken at ISO200 exposure with no flash for the glowing effect.
Automatic exposure, note the “fierce” stickers on the IDE device cover. No monitor needed when you have SSH 😉
Automatic exposure, nice 17-inch LCD monitor. Too bad for the OS though 😛
All pics shot with my trusty Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX5 digital camera.