Dennis´ New Toy 2 by helanker ()
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Just a shot of it, when it was almost up working. Now it is packed down again. He is satisfied with it all :) It worked very beautifully :-)
Have a beautiful new week. Hope weather will be nice for you. Her it has been stormy and rainy and sunny and stormy and windy and and.... YUCK! Typical April weather.
Thank you very much for viewing and commenting. :-)
Image Comments (10)
jayfar () 1:26AM | Tue, 14 April 2015
Not often we get to see the inner workings of a computer but it's all gobble-de-gook to me !!!!
CavalierLady () 8:22AM | Tue, 14 April 2015
Impressive looking rig! Your son technologically talented.
62guy () 1:00AM | Wed, 15 April 2015
I would love to up grade my mo-chine to have such an awesome video card, (I game a little), but then I would have to replace my monitor, too.
anahata.c () 5:41PM | Wed, 15 April 2015
Oh I could make one of these. In an hour. (I made one just last night.) To get serious though, this is a very impressive thing! I assume it's a computer, right? Is it yours? Is this the one with the world's first 500 TB drive? Whoever's it is, it's quite impressive. And I like it visually too---not just for the upturning angles of the shot---with the floor sloping way downwards---but for the contrasts in textures and hues of the machine itself. Closeup, it looks like a huge congested city-center, seen from the air. A very modern city. A really enticing photo, and you can tell Dennis I'm impressed. (Although I would NEVER use a GEFORCE GTX 970---I mean, come on, I'd use at LEAST a 1020, if not a 1240.) (I don't have a clue what I'm talking about. I'm trying to sound erudite, and I don't know anything. Everytime I've had to put in a video card or RAM or a new harddrive, I got on my hands and knees and prayed that the northern hemisphere wouldn't blow up. It's terrifying in there. There are whole civilizations dwelling in there. You wouldn't catch me within 4000 KM of that thing, unless it was completely enclosed and wrapped in space-aged metal.) I love this and the other shot. It really does make a stunning visual.