Damn, that’s nice!
This is my gaming/coding throne. I have been slowly upgrading over time. Notice the amazing inbox zero. I’ve been an inbox zero master for years. My wife thinks its voodoo.
No room at our cottage for an office or desk, so I’ve had to strip back to basics. This is now my portable workspace. Cheap Android tablet gives me a bit more screen estate using Duet. What’s great is I can chuck all this into a bag and take it anywhere
Sorry - Arch?
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It’s looking super, @ant_pruitt!
Here’s the main part of my office, where I work… The rest of the office is where just stuff is gathered.
My little work nook in the corner of our bedroom, which has been my office for over 3 months.
I do miss the office a little bit, but to be honest being at home suits me pretty well.
Speaking as someone who tends to sprawl and generate untidiness automatically, that looks like an exceptionally efficient use of space.
Ahhh but you can’t see the rest of my bedroom in this photo
this is soooo nice and CLEAN.
I notice your back isn’t to a door, either.
That is one beast of a Desktop tower. I had a similar one in my LAN Party days. Not fun to lug around, but much respect was given.
Old 2012 Mac Pro the Dual Xeon Mobo died and Apple doesn’t offer upgrades. So it was time to take things into my own hands.
Best case I’ve ever owned. even while gaming it stays 35-45 degrees cool. love this thing
Yes, I learnt a lot from Thufir Hawat as a child.
Yes, the cases were always great, even if the internals weren’t always all that special or reliable.
And a Threadripper makes a cheaper, and faster, alternative to a Mac Pro
Looks Like an Asus tower. How’s that thing holding up? I’m a fan of most Asus Motherboards, just curious.
Yes, it is an Asus. Going on four years now and not a single issue. On a whim I bought an Asus laptop 11 years ago, and the sucker is still running, and because of that I buy a lot of Asus gear. The only failure I ever had was with an Asus router after a power surge. Everything worked on the router except the WAN port, so I turned it into a switch. Other than that, I’ve never had an issue with Asus products. I recommend them to most people that want something good but not expensive.