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Poll Results: Would you like to see the limit raised to $1400?

 
  • 57% (90)
    No. It's fine where it is!
  • 42% (66)
    Yes. It should be higher!
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post #421 of 779
Well it probably has to do with the fact that some of us posted and were completely over looked. My rig may be "above average" to some but i am not a part of the above average crowd who updates their machines once or twice every year. I saved my money and built mine over the course of a few months. Judging by your reaction it would seem your qualifications should have been that the rig must be sub 1000$ and dusty lol.
post #422 of 779
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Originally Posted by NeighborhoodGeek View Post

I agree. Hard to define average, really. Didn't think it would be such an issue when I started the thread, but some people don't like the idea that the rig they have is too expensive/high end to post here.
Maybe having too many deltas makes me above average since usually the "average" rig usually consists of not really powerful fans as such
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post #423 of 779
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Not that at all. Just seems that some people hate the fact that there is a thread that isn't for posting expensive things in. I respect that people have pieced their systems together over time, and didn't just run out and drop two grand all at once, but this thread is not about those rigs. It's about those of us that CURRENTLY have average rooms and rigs and get overlooked everywhere else we post our rigs.


EDIT: Rules have been updated to state that the $1200 limit is current value and not initial value.
Edited by NeighborhoodGeek - 5/7/13 at 10:14pm
post #424 of 779
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Originally Posted by NeighborhoodGeek View Post

Not that at all. Just seems that some people hate the fact that there is a thread that isn't for posting expensive things in. I respect that people have pieced their systems together over time, and didn't just run out and drop two grand all at once, but this thread is not about those rigs. It's about those of us that CURRENTLY have average rooms and rigs and get overlooked everywhere else we post our rigs.


EDIT: Rules have been updated to state that the $1200 limit is current value and not initial value.

On top of this, though, I think this thread is more about the “look at what I did with less” attitude than it is about any kind of price or whatever. As stated before, many of these rigs and rooms get overlooked in the other thread because they are not overly elaborate rooms/rigs, but they showcase what people can do without spending $2k on a rig, $2k on monitors and a grand on a desk, lighting, chair, whatever. Frankly, even if I see a rig in here that is a $3k rig, but the room is average, I like to see what people have done.

There was an earlier posting where a guy was running a multi-monitor setup, he had one monitor on a table next to his desk, and even though the desk and table didn’t line up, he managed to adjust the monitors in such a way that they were level and looked really good. Sure, he could have spent $300 on a monitor stand, but he either didn’t have the funds or didn’t want to spend thim, so he used what he could and made it work, and unless you were really looking for it, you wouldn’t have caught that they were on separate pieces of furniture that were separate heights.

I don’t think rig cost should be a factor, I think it should fall more into the room, it is subjective, and even though we like to be able to objectify everything in our lives, it’s just not possible. I want to see the room (like I used to have) where someone is using 2 different desks, pushed together and making it work. The guys that are creative and do more with less.

Sure, there is something to say about those that spend thousands on their rig and office/computer room/whatever, but to me, there is more to be said about those who don’t. Those who take the time to make what they have, or what they can afford, work and work well. We’ve seen some fine examples of this so far, and I’m eager to see more.
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post #425 of 779
I upgraded a bit after moving out with the girlfriend... so even though my rig is still below average, I'd say my setup is above. tongue.gif



 
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Unfortunately, your camera skills are still very below average.
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post #427 of 779
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Originally Posted by TwistyTravster View Post

I upgraded a bit after moving out with the girlfriend... so even though my rig is still below average, I'd say my setup is above. tongue.gif


I was just looking at a desk like that for sale yesterday. They wanted $50, but it's not what I was looking for.
post #428 of 779
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Originally Posted by WonderMutt View Post

On top of this, though, I think this thread is more about the “look at what I did with less” attitude than it is about any kind of price or whatever. As stated before, many of these rigs and rooms get overlooked in the other thread because they are not overly elaborate rooms/rigs, but they showcase what people can do without spending $2k on a rig, $2k on monitors and a grand on a desk, lighting, chair, whatever. Frankly, even if I see a rig in here that is a $3k rig, but the room is average, I like to see what people have done.

There was an earlier posting where a guy was running a multi-monitor setup, he had one monitor on a table next to his desk, and even though the desk and table didn’t line up, he managed to adjust the monitors in such a way that they were level and looked really good. Sure, he could have spent $300 on a monitor stand, but he either didn’t have the funds or didn’t want to spend thim, so he used what he could and made it work, and unless you were really looking for it, you wouldn’t have caught that they were on separate pieces of furniture that were separate heights.

I don’t think rig cost should be a factor, I think it should fall more into the room, it is subjective, and even though we like to be able to objectify everything in our lives, it’s just not possible. I want to see the room (like I used to have) where someone is using 2 different desks, pushed together and making it work. The guys that are creative and do more with less.

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Abso-freakin'-lutely!

Feel free to message me if you have any ideas for better rules. thumb.gif
post #429 of 779
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Unfortunately, your camera skills are still very below average.

Skills, not really. Camera, definitely.
 
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post #430 of 779
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I was just looking at a desk like that for sale yesterday. They wanted $50, but it's not what I was looking for.

The wooden-looking desk on the right side of mine is almost identical to mine and we bought it from a thrift store for $15, and it even has an integrated power bar + ethernet port + phone jack.
 
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