Originally Posted by Chocula
i take it you play a lot of computer games. thats a great setup
Indeed, though for a while I was playing less than I should (due to the computer I had). So I now have a...
hrmm.. well from left to right
the upper row is a pair of stacked USB hubs, a power management center and a network hub.
the second row is a pair of firewire hubs, a cd burner, a dvd burner, a bunch of external HD's and a sound...
Originally Posted by zen313
10 EXTERNAL HD??? LOL. I thought I had alot with 4. Why not just up the size? I would think that would be more efficient.
Anyway, nice setup. It's still too bad that games don't...
heh heh alright I'll take a pic later today.
as for the d/dock being big... yeah... it is BIG. so big that I ended up (despite having the graphics card in the PCI slot) having to have the M90 with its lid closed, so that I could use...
Just a quick update, got my M90 a few days ago, along with the D/Dock and also a Fire MV 2200 card for the D/Dock's PCI port.
Plugged the card in, installed drivers and it works great. I now have the option to have a total of 4...
Whew, thanks for the confirmation.
I have an ATI FireMV card enroute, so wanted to make sure I ordered the correct format.
Originally Posted by Sir Meili
It's just a regular Old Fashioned PCI port
Hrm, that actually leads me to a question that I have.
Is the D/Dock PCI port just a vanilla PCI port? Or is it a PCI Express port?
(Sorry for the n00b question but I don't know what PCI-E and PCI-X stand for.
hehheh actunlly ATI sells a card that will fit in the D/Dock that can run 4 additional monitors via DVI (for a total of six including the notebook's output)... but... that's getting kinda crazy.
BTW: I should be getting the ATI with 2...