This is my (currently 10 year old) workstation computer. It’s named after my best friend Atlas (the dog on my profile picture).
There’s nothing special about the setup, it’s a semi-temporary setup with limited space. I currently have a small and cheap desk from IKEA. When we eventually find a house we’re going to create a proper office space there, with a proper desk. Perhaps by then, I might have a proper desk stand, or even a fancy new monitor that doesn’t require it.
If you want to look at more battlestations, check out the hashtag #ShowYourWorkspace on the fediverse.
|Processor:||Intel Core i5-2500K (3.30 GHz)|
|Motherboard:||ASUS P8P67 PRO B3|
|Memory:||Corsair Vengeance DDR3 1600MHz 16 GB|
|Graphics Card:||Gigabyte GeForce GTX 780 3 GB OC Windforce|
|Power supply:||Corsair RM750|
|Sound card:||ASUS Xonar DX|
|Storage:||Samsung 850 PRO, 128 GB SSD|
|Seagate Ironwolf, 4TB HDD|
|Case:||Fractal Design Define R2|
|Monitor:||Samsung S24C750P (24”, 1080p, 60 Hz)|
|Keyboard:||Custom built 60% keyboard|
|Operating system:||Gentoo Linux|
This is my secondary computer that runs WeeChat with bitlbee (for XMPP) in a terminal multiplexer. It’s named after another best friend, the younger brother of Atlas.
I use an external SSD for
$HOME to keep the read and writes to the SD-card at a minimum. Alpine Linux runs from the memory anyway, so the SD-card doesn’t get used much to beging with.
|Computer:||Raspberry Pi 2 Model B|
|Processor:||ARM Cortex-A7 (900 MHz)|
|Storage:||Kingston MicroSD Class 10 32GB|
|Intel 320, 120 GB SSD using an external USB 3.0 cabinet|
|Operating system:||Alpine Linux|