Two NEC monitors, both are about 13 years old, but since they are professional, they still run great to this day!
Front panel of the PC. I work with PCs and I need the SATA hot plug thing, because it works way faster than USB adapters of the same price range as a used HDD tray.
The sound card was the latest acquirement after the case, before there was a DVD drive.
A view of the insides. I'm not a big fan of lights inside the computer, but I love this moderate gloomy glow.
Old cards, new hardware
Basically, it's my main build that I upgrade from time to time. I'm a retro enthusiast on a budget (being a university student is kinda hard), so I have two capture cards in my PC and an old hi-end Sound Blaster card which uses PCI (not PCI-E). I do some tape archiving with a hi-end VCR as well, and I'm learning 3D, so that explains the amount of storage. Anyway, hope you like that strange build.