After almost 10 years since I've moved to London, this website has a new home again.
Its now a subdomain of my VisualCortexLab main website.
Glad to have brought this back online. Will try and give it a reshape maybe soon :)
I hope you'll enjoy browsing thought my (well missed) tech memorabilia!
mimgfx.com Finally back online!!
unfortunately I'm still fixing some issues with the new hosting so images don't load, yet.
will keep this updated!
still miss my SGI very much .. and trying to sort something out to get them back with me sometime soon!
After a long time.. I uploaded (not many) pictures into the Jason and Gael galleries.
check 2007-> 02 (february).
I'm working on a more automatic script to update galleries more easly since freetime is something I have not more since I moved to London.
website and domain finally transferred to a new hosting service.
sadly.. its not hosted on a SGI system anymore... I move to London.. and I had to turn off my O2... and put it, with all others beloved SGI I own, in my garage.
next Sunday I'm moving to London. New year, new life... and finally a Houdini-centric Job.
my blog is temporary placed at
but since I'm also moving the whole mimgfx.com domain it will then integrated into this website once webise move is finished.
I love this site, the pictures are great.
This site transmits you passion about SGI machines as a personal experiencie.
I love the pictures of your children playing with SGI computers, mine play too.
well... nope. I actually like its noise.. but this might be just because i dont use it really much lately... but honestly.. the only fan i ever swapped was the O2's since it was running 24/7 in same room I spend most of the time...
Have ever thought about changing these for quiet ones (such as 9dB) to have a silently running Onyx2 ?
ma quanto sono belli!?
Thanks for your comment.. i dont think by the way that the 320 is worth half of my little collection :)
I guess, imho, the Onyx2 is.
At least you have a 320 there :P That alone is worth half of that lot there. lol
(Former 320/540 OpenGL and GDI development support engineer)