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Post Your Battle Stations and Build Setups!

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Actually 5 desktops, one laptop. 2 gaming consoles and one oscilloscope in this picture :PThere really is a battle going on here... 

 

 I use the laptop for everyday

It's a XPS L704x

i7-2720QM

16gb ram

GT555m 3gb

 

Main gaming computer is next to the bed, 

FX-8350

16gb ram

RX580 8gb

Cosair 800D case. 

Not plugged in right now but glows purple/pink through top fans. 

 

Other one of note is my Pentium 4

Watercooled P4 at 4.2Ghz

8gb ram

9800GT gpu

 

Won't bore with other specs, there is like 13 laptops on the other side of the room too lol. The fight against the mess is real... 

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Looks like someone needs to do some spring/summer cleaning. ;) 


My Systems:

Gaming:

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RUSTIC PC: FX-8350 @4.6GHz // Deepcool Gammaxx 400 // MSI 970 Gaming // AData 2x 4GB DDR3 @1600MHz // Gigabyte RX 570 Gaming 4G // Samsung 840 120GB SSD + 2x 1TB Seagate 7200 HDDs // Cooler Master V650 PSU // Vintage wooden crate enclosure // Windows 10 // Thrustmaster TMX + G27 pedals & shifter // Build Log

HTPC:

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SNES PC (HTPC): i3-4150 @3.5 // Gigabyte GA-H87N-Wifi // G.Skill 2x 4GB DDR3 1600 // Asus Dual GTX 1050Ti 4GB OC // AData SP600 128GB SSD // Pico 160XT PSU // Custom SNES Enclosure // 55" LG LED 1080p TV  // Logitech wireless touchpad-keyboard // Linux Mint 19.2 Cinnamon // Build Log

Laptops:

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MY DAILY: Lenovo ThinkPad T410 // 14" 1440x900 // i5-540M 2.5GHz Dual-Core HT // Intel HD iGPU + Quadro NVS 3100M 512MB dGPU // 2x4GB DDR3L 1066 // Mushkin Triactor 480GB SSD // Linux Mint 19.2 Cinnamon

 

WIFE'S: Dell Latitude E5450 // 14" 1366x768 // i5-5300U 2.3GHz Dual-Core HT // Intel HD5500 // 2x4GB RAM DDR3L 1600 // 500GB 7200 HDD // Linux Mint 19 Cinnamon

 

EXPERIMENTAL: Pinebook // 11.6" 1080p // Manjaro KDE (ARM)

NAS:

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Home NAS: Pentium G4400 @3.3 // Gigabyte GA-Z170-HD3 // Corsair 1x 4GB DDR4 2400 // Intel HD Graphics // Kingston A400 120GB SSD // 3x Seagate Barracuda 2TB 7200 HDDs in RAID-Z // Cooler Master Silent Pro M 1000w PSU // Antec Performance Plus 1080AMG // FreeNAS OS

 

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16 minutes ago, MEC-777 said:

Looks like someone needs to do some spring/summer cleaning. ;) 

That unfortunately is an unwinnable battle :/ I literally cleared the tablet and laptops I was working on tonight and a whole bunch of other stuff away to take the photo.  I try clean the desk up each Sunday, but alas it is Saturday....

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26 minutes ago, MEC-777 said:

Looks like someone needs to do some spring/summer cleaning. ;) 

Welcome to the daily dose of pony


My system specs:

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CPU: Intel Core i7-8700K, 5GHz Delidded LM || CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-C14S w/ NF-A15 & NF-A14 Chromax fans in push-pull cofiguration || Motherboard: MSI Z370i Gaming Pro Carbon AC || RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 2x8Gb 2666 || GPU: EVGA GTX 1060 6Gb FTW2+ DT || Storage: Samsung 860 Evo M.2 SATA SSD 250Gb, 2x 2.5" HDDs 1Tb & 500Gb || ODD: 9mm Slim DVD RW || PSU: Corsair SF600 80+ Platinum || Case: Cougar QBX + 1x Noctua NF-R8 front intake + 2x Noctua NF-F12 iPPC top exhaust + Cougar stock 92mm DC fan rear exhaust || Monitor: ASUS VG248QE || Keyboard: Ducky One 2 Mini Cherry MX Red || Mouse: Logitech G703 || Audio: Corsair HS70 Wireless || Other: XBox One S Controler

My build logs:

 

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5 hours ago, SiggyPony said:

 

Won't bore with other specs, there is like 13 laptops on the other side of the room too lol. The fight against the mess is real... 

 

Just curious, why and how do you have 13 square frisbees laptops?

 


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2 hours ago, Schnoz said:

Just curious, why and how do you have 13 square frisbees laptops?

 

I just collect/ purchase broken laptops, or get given them by people that don't want to throw them away. Then I repair them for fun, and then I upgrade them as much as I possibly can and put them in my working laptop pile and I have a rotation of what laptop I take to work each day.  I do all kinds of repair, purchasing, salvaging parts, smd rework.  I don't actually sell them though, I just like repairing and collecting. I do the same stuff with desktops too, but laptops are funner.  I have 3 crates of GPUs of varying ages for builds and boxes of ram and motherboards too.  Just years of collecting, repairing etc. Never sold any of it, not really my thing, I just collect.

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41 minutes ago, SiggyPony said:

I just collect/ purchase broken laptops, or get given them by people that don't want to throw them away. Then I repair them for fun, and then I upgrade them as much as I possibly can and put them in my working laptop pile and I have a rotation of what laptop I take to work each day.  I do all kinds of repair, purchasing, salvaging parts, smd rework.  I don't actually sell them though, I just like repairing and collecting. I do the same stuff with desktops too, but laptops are funner.  I have 3 crates of GPUs of varying ages for builds and boxes of ram and motherboards too.  Just years of collecting, repairing etc. Never sold any of it, not really my thing, I just collect.

If there's a tech co-op in your city you should join and donate some of that hardware, they'll distribute it to the people who need computers.

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45 minutes ago, SiggyPony said:

I just collect/ purchase broken laptops, or get given them by people that don't want to throw them away. Then I repair them for fun, and then I upgrade them as much as I possibly can and put them in my working laptop pile and I have a rotation of what laptop I take to work each day.  I do all kinds of repair, purchasing, salvaging parts, smd rework.  I don't actually sell them though, I just like repairing and collecting. I do the same stuff with desktops too, but laptops are funner.  I have 3 crates of GPUs of varying ages for builds and boxes of ram and motherboards too.  Just years of collecting, repairing etc. Never sold any of it, not really my thing, I just collect.

I do kind of the same thing as well. I find old computers (usually not broken, just yeeted in trash because they're old), repair them, and...that's how I have a shelf full of CPU's, my retro gayming rig, and an i5-4460.


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It's no super computer, but why not!

PCPartPicker Part List
Type Item Price
CPU AMD - Ryzen 5 2600 3.4 GHz 6-Core Processor Purchased For $164.99
Motherboard MSI - B450 Gaming Plus ATX AM4 Motherboard Purchased For $99.99
Memory G.Skill - Ripjaws V 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3000 Memory Purchased For $100.98
Storage Silicon Power - A55 512 GB 2.5" Solid State Drive Purchased For $57.99
Storage Seagate - Barracuda 500 GB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive Purchased For $22.00
Video Card PowerColor - Radeon RX 580 8 GB Video Card Purchased For $169.99
Case Cougar - MX330 ATX Mid Tower Case Purchased For $43.41
Power Supply Corsair - RMx (2018) 750 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply Purchased For $65.00
Operating System Microsoft - Windows 10 Pro OEM 64-bit Purchased For $0.00
Case Fan Cooler Master - MasterFan Pro 120 Air Pressure RGB 3 in 1 w/RGB LED Controller 35 CFM 120 mm Fans Purchased For $34.99
Monitor Acer - S220HQLAbd 21.5" 1920x1080 60 Hz Monitor Purchased For $0.00
Keyboard Redragon - S101 Wired Gaming Keyboard With Optical Mouse Purchased For $34.99
  Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts  
  Total $794.33
  Generated by PCPartPicker 2019-06-22 01:08 EDT-0400  

 

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32 minutes ago, trevb0t said:

It's no super computer, but why not!

 

Not a supercomputer, agreed, but it is a super-looking computer! Really love the red and black color theme.


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7 minutes ago, Schnoz said:

Not a supercomputer, agreed, but it is a super-looking computer! Really love the red and black color theme.

Thanks! If I were to do it all again, I would probably just buy a MasterBox 511 or somesuch. I thought I was saving money with the MX330, but after a decent RGB fan set, it was about the same price :P

(I'd also go in on a less noisy GPU cooler lol.)

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Nothing special for now as I did a quick and dirty setup to get a functioning PC, in my old cooler master case. 

 

Will be switching to a newer, smaller and better looking case, preferably Matx, adding in extra RAM and making it pretty at some point in the next few months. 

 

 

 

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Desktop: Project 2019

Ryzen 5 2600|8gb Vegeance LPX|ASRock B40M Pro4

Sapphire NITRO+ RX 570 8 GB|be Quiet! Pure Power 11 600w

AData 240gb SSD

Laptop: Ultrabook Touch

I5-4300u|8gb RAM|128gb Msata

1080p touch screen

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26 minutes ago, Pascal... said:

Shot on a6000

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Wait! Where you put your PC? Cant see it on the setup..


My system specs:

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CPU: Intel Core i7-8700K, 5GHz Delidded LM || CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-C14S w/ NF-A15 & NF-A14 Chromax fans in push-pull cofiguration || Motherboard: MSI Z370i Gaming Pro Carbon AC || RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 2x8Gb 2666 || GPU: EVGA GTX 1060 6Gb FTW2+ DT || Storage: Samsung 860 Evo M.2 SATA SSD 250Gb, 2x 2.5" HDDs 1Tb & 500Gb || ODD: 9mm Slim DVD RW || PSU: Corsair SF600 80+ Platinum || Case: Cougar QBX + 1x Noctua NF-R8 front intake + 2x Noctua NF-F12 iPPC top exhaust + Cougar stock 92mm DC fan rear exhaust || Monitor: ASUS VG248QE || Keyboard: Ducky One 2 Mini Cherry MX Red || Mouse: Logitech G703 || Audio: Corsair HS70 Wireless || Other: XBox One S Controler

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1 hour ago, flibberdipper said:

They put it under the monitor on the left side. It's one of those adorable Zotac boxes.

Some kind of Nuc Devil/Hades Canyon?

Cool..

I wanted the Nuc Hades Canyon for the ultimate tiny PC to have, but the price.. Ugh!

 

This thing looks dope

 

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CPU: Intel Core i7-8700K, 5GHz Delidded LM || CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-C14S w/ NF-A15 & NF-A14 Chromax fans in push-pull cofiguration || Motherboard: MSI Z370i Gaming Pro Carbon AC || RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 2x8Gb 2666 || GPU: EVGA GTX 1060 6Gb FTW2+ DT || Storage: Samsung 860 Evo M.2 SATA SSD 250Gb, 2x 2.5" HDDs 1Tb & 500Gb || ODD: 9mm Slim DVD RW || PSU: Corsair SF600 80+ Platinum || Case: Cougar QBX + 1x Noctua NF-R8 front intake + 2x Noctua NF-F12 iPPC top exhaust + Cougar stock 92mm DC fan rear exhaust || Monitor: ASUS VG248QE || Keyboard: Ducky One 2 Mini Cherry MX Red || Mouse: Logitech G703 || Audio: Corsair HS70 Wireless || Other: XBox One S Controler

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2 minutes ago, _Hustler_One_ said:

Some kind of Nuc Devil/Hades Canyon?

Cool..

I wanted the Nuc Hades Canyon for the ultimate tiny PC to have, but the price.. Ugh!

If I'm not mistaken the one he has would have some kind of mobile CPU and a lower-tier 10-series GPU, so it'd be a good bit faster than a NUC.

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1 minute ago, flibberdipper said:

If I'm not mistaken the one he has would have some kind of mobile CPU and a lower-tier 10-series GPU, so it'd be a good bit faster than a NUC.

Which NUC, the regular variant ones?


My system specs:

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CPU: Intel Core i7-8700K, 5GHz Delidded LM || CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-C14S w/ NF-A15 & NF-A14 Chromax fans in push-pull cofiguration || Motherboard: MSI Z370i Gaming Pro Carbon AC || RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 2x8Gb 2666 || GPU: EVGA GTX 1060 6Gb FTW2+ DT || Storage: Samsung 860 Evo M.2 SATA SSD 250Gb, 2x 2.5" HDDs 1Tb & 500Gb || ODD: 9mm Slim DVD RW || PSU: Corsair SF600 80+ Platinum || Case: Cougar QBX + 1x Noctua NF-R8 front intake + 2x Noctua NF-F12 iPPC top exhaust + Cougar stock 92mm DC fan rear exhaust || Monitor: ASUS VG248QE || Keyboard: Ducky One 2 Mini Cherry MX Red || Mouse: Logitech G703 || Audio: Corsair HS70 Wireless || Other: XBox One S Controler

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2 minutes ago, flibberdipper said:

Any of them. Even that one with the built in Vega graphics can't touch that Zotac box in anything other than CPU.

Never knew that


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CPU: Intel Core i7-8700K, 5GHz Delidded LM || CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-C14S w/ NF-A15 & NF-A14 Chromax fans in push-pull cofiguration || Motherboard: MSI Z370i Gaming Pro Carbon AC || RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 2x8Gb 2666 || GPU: EVGA GTX 1060 6Gb FTW2+ DT || Storage: Samsung 860 Evo M.2 SATA SSD 250Gb, 2x 2.5" HDDs 1Tb & 500Gb || ODD: 9mm Slim DVD RW || PSU: Corsair SF600 80+ Platinum || Case: Cougar QBX + 1x Noctua NF-R8 front intake + 2x Noctua NF-F12 iPPC top exhaust + Cougar stock 92mm DC fan rear exhaust || Monitor: ASUS VG248QE || Keyboard: Ducky One 2 Mini Cherry MX Red || Mouse: Logitech G703 || Audio: Corsair HS70 Wireless || Other: XBox One S Controler

My build logs:

 

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The mini ITX cube is the current game machine in need of new GPU, on the floor is the old Xeon half apart to move to the basement, against the wall is the Atom/Ion computer that's not being used for anything at all because it's too slow now for anything.

 

And a whole bunch of parts and tools and junk laying around that I need to clean up and organize but haven't gotten to yet. It's a slow process.

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2 hours ago, flibberdipper said:

If I'm not mistaken the one he has would have some kind of mobile CPU and a lower-tier 10-series GPU, so it'd be a good bit faster than a NUC.

Yep: i5 6400T paired with GTX 1060

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There are five computers within shot, three in the server rack to the left, and two single-board computers on the right, being the stacked black PCB's. Some components are shared.

 

Spec sheets:

  • Shared components:
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    • Display: Dell P2415Q 24-inch 4K monitor
    • Keyboard: Logitech K375s
    • Mouse: Logitech M720
    • Sound system: SushiBits MiniAmp M2AUv1-AMP4268 (DIY hardware designed and made by yours truly, OSHW) + 2x Sanyo speakers
    • Printer: HP LaserJet Pro M1216nfh black/white laser printer with AirPrint over Ethernet and fax.
  • Workstation 1:
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    • CPU: Intel Xeon E3-1231v3 (Haswell, 4C/8T, 3.5/3.9GHz, BCLK = 103.25MHz)
    • Cooler: PCCOOLER Red Sea Mini PWM
    • MoBo: Gigabyte GA-Z97P-D3
    • RAM: 4x Kingston KVR DDR3-1600 8GB UDIMM = 32GB (maxed out)
    • Graphics: Sapphire RX 580 Nitro+ 8GB
    • SSD: Samsung 960 Pro NVMe 512GB on adapter
    • HDD: WD Green 2TB (very old)
    • ODD: HL-DT-ST DVD-RAM (Lenovo OEM)
    • Wireless: Apple AirPort Extreme 802.11a/b/g/n/ac + BT 4.0 + BLE on adapter
    • PSU: Antec 650W 
    • Case: local brand 3U rack mount with 4 hot swap bays
    • OS: macOS Mojave
  • Workstation 2:
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    • CPU: 2x Intel Xeon E5-2680 (2x Sandy Bridge, 8C/16T, 2.7/3.3GHz)
    • Cooloer: 2x PCCOOLER Butterfly PWM
    • MoBo: Asus Z9PE-D16C/2L (with modded BIOS)
    • RAM: 8x Kingston KVR DDR3-1600 16GB ECC RDIMM = 128GB (half load)
    • Graphics: XFX Radeon RX 480 8GB
    • SSD: WD Black NVMe 1TB on adapter
    • HBA: Asus PIKE 2008 force flashed into SAS2008 bootless IT mode
    • ODD: Pioneer BD-RE over SAS
    • Sound card: Asus Xonar DGX
    • Wireless: Atheros AR946x 802.11a/b/g/n + BT 4.0 + BLE module on adapter
    • PSU: HuntKey Panshi 800 (650W continuous)
    • Case: local brand 4U rack mount
    • OS: Windows 10 Pro for Workstation
  • Storage Server:
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    • CPU: Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550S (Penryn/Yorkfield, 4C/4T, 2.83GHz)
    • Cooler: Coolserver LGA775
    • MoBo: Asus P5BV-C
    • RAM: 4x Crucial DDR2-800 ECC UDIMM = 8GB (maxed out)
    • RAID controller: Broadcom MegaRAID SAS 9271-8iCC
    • SSD: Ramsta SATA 120GB on motherboard AHCI
    • HDD: 8x mixed-brand SATA 2TB in RAID-6, array capacity 12TB
    • PSU: HuntKey HK600-12UEPP (500W)
    • Case: local brand 2U rack mount with 8 hot swap bays
    • OS: Ubuntu Server 18.04, Linux kernel 4.15
  • SBC 1:
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    • Model: Orange Pi Win Plus
    • SoC: Allwinner A64
    • CPU: ARM Cortex-A53 MP4 (ARMv8A, 4C/4T, ~1.2GHz)
    • RAM: 4x SKHynix DDR3L-1600 512MB soldered chips = 2GB
    • Graphics: ARM Mali-400 MP2
    • SSD: Samsung eMMC 16GB soldered chip
    • OS: Debian, Linux kernel TBD
  • SBC 2:
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    • Model: Myir Z-turn Board
    • SoC: Xilinx XC7Z020-1PQG400C
    • CPU: ARM Cortex-A9 MP2 (ARMv7, 2C/2T, 667MHz)
    • RAM: 2x Micron DDR3L-1066 512MB soldered chips = 1GB
    • FPGA: Xilinx Artix-7 class, 85k LEs
    • SSD: Winbond QSPI 16MB soldered chip
    • OS: Debian, Linux kernel TBD

My workstation is a double-decker, with the deck being built using some IKEA parts being hacked together. The sticker on the right hand side of the deck says "Loongson Club." The lighting on the bottom of the deck is provided using a NeoPixel strip, with a DIY Arduino-compatible LED controller based on ATtiny841 running Adafruit NeoPixel driver.

 

The keychain hanging off the blue USB hub contains my YubiKey Neo security token. This token is currently the master key to all my computer systems and the shared U2F 2FA token to a lot of my Web services, including Github and Google.

 

And this is mixed CS/EE workspace, so I have stacks of USB debug probes and other EE-related junk on the desk:

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  • GW-Instek GFG-8016G function generator
  • Gophert CPS-3205 32V 5A switch-mode lab bench power supply
  • XGECU TL-866II Plus universial programmer
  • Rigol DS1054Z 4-channel digital storage oscilloscope (with keygen'd upgrades for all protocol decoders and 100MHz bandwidth mode, effectively a fully spec'd DS1104Z)
  • Connected to Workstation 1 over USB:
    • Microchip AVRISP mkII
    • Microchip PICKit 4
    • Segger J-Link v10
    • U-EC5 debugger for Silicon Labs C8051 series
    • Texas Instruments MSP-FET430UIF
  • Connected to Workstation 2 over USB:
    • ST-Link/V2
    • Altera USB Blaster
    • Microsemi FlashPro 5
    • Microchip Atmel ICE
    • Xilinx Platform Cable USB
    • Segger J-Link v9
  • A serial cable going to motherboard hardware serial port /dev/tty.serial1 (COM1) on workstation 1, capped with a MAX3232 module for TTL serial port conversion.
  • 5-wide breadboard with power rail modules
  • Drawers full of random EE stuff, including even more debug probes and some development kits like my Arduino M0 Pro and a Raspberry Pi 3
  • Atten 936 soldering iron
  • A spool of Nihon Superior SN96CI RoHS-compliant solder
  • Banghao 858L hot air station

I somehow still use a lot of serial ports... There is a serial null modem cable between /dev/tty.serial2 (COM2) of Workststion 1 and /dev/ttyS0 (COM1) on the storage server, with BIOS redirection, GRUB, Linux kernel and systemd all configured to use that serial port for system console on the server. This null modem cable allows me to access the server without having to attach a keyboard or a monitor to it, instead I can monitor and operate the server from my workstation using a terminal emulator attached to the hardware serial port.


Workstation 1: Xeon E3-1231v3 ~ 4x Kingston KVR 8GB DDR3-1600 ~ Gigabyte GA-Z97D-D3 ~ Sapphire RX 580 8GB ~ Samsung 960 Pro 512GB ~ WD Green 2TB ~ macOS Mojave amd64
Workstation 2: 2x Xeon E5-2680 ~ 8x Kingston KVR 16GB DDR3-1600 Registered ECC ~ Asus Z9PE-D16C/2L ~ XFX RX 480 8GB ~ WD Black NVMe 1TB ~ Windows 10 Pro Workstation amd64

Workstation 3: Core 2 Quad Q9300 ~ 4x mixed-brand 2GB DDR2-800 ~ Colorful C.P45K ~ Zotac GTX 650 Ti ~ Kingston V300 120GB ~ Samsung SpinPoint 1TB ~ Windows 10 Pro amd64
Home server: Core 2 Quad Q9550S ~ 4x Micron 2GB DDR2-800 Unbuffered ECC ~ Asus P5BV-C ~ Broadcom MegaRAID 9271-8iCC ~ Unbranded SATA SSD 120GB ~ 6x WD Green 2TB ~ 2x WD Red 2TB ~ Ubuntu Server 18.04 LTS amd64
Laptop 1: Apple MacBookPro9.2 ~ Core i5-3210M ~ 2x Samsung 8GB DDR3L-1600 SO-DIMM ~ Samsung SSD 850 Evo 1TB ~ macOS Catalina amd64

Laptop 2: Apple MacBookPro8,1 ~ Core i7-2620M ~ 2x Samsung 4GB DDR3-1600 SO-DIMM ~ Kingston SSDNow V300 240GB ~ macOS High Sierra amd64
Laptop 3: Dell Latitude D620 ~ Core 2 Duo T7600 ~ Kingston 2GB DDR2-800 SO-DIMM ~ Kingston 1GB DDR2-800 SO-DIMM ~ Intel 945PM ~ nVidia Quadro NVS 110M ~ Kingston SSDNow V300 60GB ~ Windows 10 Pro amd64

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