Just an Homo Sapiens, I have all the usual parts and accessories you’d expect from your average Human and am currently working as an IT manager.

Main Computer

  • AMD Ryzen 5950x @ Stock w/ Noctua NH-D15SE-AM4 Cooler
  • Gigabyte X570 AORUS ELITE (rev. 1.0) Motherboard
  • 64GB DDR4-3600MHz CL16
    • 4x16GB (32GB) G-Skill DDR4-3600Hz CL16
  • MSI Radeon 5700XT Mech
  • Samsung 512 970 EVO M.2 NVMe (windows 10)
    • Crucial CT500PS2SSD8 512GB SSD M.2 NVMe (manjaro kde)
    • Crucial MX500 2TB SSD (data, games)
    • Samsung Spinpoint F3 1TB HDD (backup snapshots)
    • 2x Western Digital Red 4TB in an rsync replica setup (storage)
  • 700W OCZ PSU
  • NOX Hummer Case
  • 2x LG 27UL550-W IPS 27″ 4K UHD 16:9 60Hz FreeSync
    • Sony Bravia XD700 49″ 4k android TV (compared to previous Philips crap TV this one is great)
  • Asus Strix Tactical Pro Keyboard
    • Logitech Wireless Keyboard & Mouse Kit
  • 1x Naga 2014 Left Handed Edition
  • xbox series S Wireless controller
    • Steam Controller
    • xbox 360 Wired Controller
    • 2x Sega Saturn Controller replicas
  • Logitech X620 6.1 Speakers (in 2.1)
    • Sony EX15 In-Ear Headphones (keep breaking them and buying new ones)

Home Server

  • Intel i7-4790k @ stock w/ DeepCool GAMMAXX 400 Cooler
  • Asus Z97-Pro Gamer Motherboard
  • 32GB DDR3-2400MHz @ 1333MHz (uses less power)
    • 2x8GB (16GB) Kingston HyperX DDR3-2400MHz CL11
    • 2x8GB (16GB) G-Skill DDR3-2400MHz CL11
  • Crucial CT500PS2SSD8 512GB SSD M.2 NVMe (proxmox)
  • Samsung 250GB SSD 740 EVO + 250GB SSD 840 EVO in zRAID1
  • 600W Corsair PSU
  • Antec Case (super old but solid enough to stand on)

Work computer

  • Lenovo Thinkpad P1 gen2
    • Intel i7-9750H
    • 32GB RAM
    • 512GB SSD
    • 1080p Display
    • Quadro P1000
  • Lenovo Thunderbold3 Workstation Dock (230W)
  • ViewSonic 27″ 2k display (plus personal monitors)
  • Jabra Evolve2 65 Headset

Other stuff

  • Orange Pi PC Plus and Raspberry Pi 4 4gb as home automation servers running docker containers
  • Xiaomi MI A1 on lineageOS firmware (great for the price but with some minor annoyances sadly).

Getting in touch

I’m always in touch trough good old traditional¬†email (tip: removing the .public from the address will increase your chances of reply by over 99.9%).

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