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what's your setup?

Discussion in 'Poker Software and Hardware' started by jully, Nov 1, 2009.

  1. jully

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    What's your setup for playin poker ?
     
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    Quad processor on shuttle barebone and 30" monitor:)
    + i have some 17" laptop with 1900x1200 res when i travel
     
  3. Pro2type

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    1280x800 laptop - playing 6 tables 10nl. Probably will buy one 22" Monitor for external display.
     
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    Pro2type is ballin` :). My pc configuration ain't bad + 24 and 19 inch monitors.
     
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    15'4" laptop + 26" monitor
     
  7. didi8bg

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    mmm cant wait for my new monior the 27inch dell to come ! And well im not gonna lie - MY PC IS A FUCKING MONSTER ! :) haha too bad i dont use it at all :( i can play pretty much ANY game that is out there at like the max details and resolution etc but ... i dont play games anymore haha
     
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    EH i was playing with music also but found that it is really distracting me from my A game so i try to play in complete silence ! :)
     
  10. Wonderful

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    May be when you start a threat you can post your.10 post and not a single picture of a setup.
     
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    This ! I seem to be the same, silence = a lot more concentration :)
     
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    I can't play without music. On the second hour I'm sooo bored if there is no music. If i play session for about an hour it's ok but if i play 3-4 hours it's impossible. But yes, without music is best.
     
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    eh nice hidden brag treat going on here wtf :)
     
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    haha n1
     
  16. konselieri

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    Well , I'm with 26 ' Samsung T260HD 1920x1200 ;


    - Intel Core i7-930 /2.8G/8MB/BOX s.1366

    - MB GIGABYTE EX58-UD3R/X58/ s.1366

    - Power Supply Chieftec PS 650W

    - RAM DDR3 6GB/1600MHz/3x2GB/ GEIL GV36GB1600C9TC

    - Video card SAPPHIRE HD5850 PCI-E 1GB GDDR5

    - Std keybord and a Razer DeathAdder Respawn mouse
     
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    22" LG Flatron L227WT
    Intel Core 2 Duo E7400 3.3GHz
    Ram 2x1GB Kingstone
    Sapphire hd4850 1gb
    Logitech UltraX Keyboard
    Logitech Mx518
     
  18. calesino

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    am I the only one using Apple stuff? Macbook Pro, booted in windows when needed, 24" external monitor, ashtray on the desk and lots of cigarettes..
     
  19. Admin

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    I am sometimes forced to use a Mac when at my parents house, but never really tried to play poker on it... I feel like my hands are tied, even the simplest task is a nightmare because I am not used to the interface
     
  20. calesino

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    it's just a matter of habits. I keep using both mac and windows and I can say that in perspective mac is much more immediate and user friendly. My mom learned to use mac in a week, while it took her years not to learn how to use windows.
    Give Mac a chance and you won't regret it! The fact that there are almost no poker client for mac its a bit of a let down though...
     

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