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Home » Gabriel’s Blog

Some Pictures from Our Office
Author: Gabriel TorresDate: October 26, 2009 - 3:28 PM PST

Some users asked us to post some pictures from our office/lab. Finally our office is a little bit more presentable and I could take some pictures today.

Our office is comprised by two small rooms, with a total about 400 square feet. Below you can see how our office looks like when you open the main door. The big desk at the back is my desk. Due to lack of a better place, I am storing video monitors on top of the hutch. On the right side you can see a poster from the movie THX-1138, which I use as my avatar on our forums. On top of the first desk you can see some disassembled power supplies that I still need to write about. You can also see some boxes from cases that we have already reviewed and we are still about to review.

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On the picture below you can see how the second room, which is our lab, looks like when you cross the door on the right. We have the power supply load tester on the right and a bench that we use to disassemble power supplies on the left. We use the bench on the right to test pictures from power supplies and other components, like motherboards, video cards, etc. When we are collecting data from video cards and CPUs we install our test bed on the bench from the left.

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On the right wall we have our “Mickey Mouse Studio”, where we take pictures of cases.

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On the shelves present on the left side we store video cards for future reviews and components for test beds, like CPUs, hard drives, optical drives, etc. The three computers you can see I use to run Folding at Home.

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And finally against the wall that divides both rooms we have more shelves to store parts. I use the left shelves to store components that we haven’t tested yet (especially power supplies) and the right shelves to store parts we have already tested and that we need to hold for future reference, like motherboards.

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