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About iamdarkyoshi

  • Title
    Owner of the world's only 760Ti Succ Edition
  • Birthday Apr 13, 1998

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    Reno Nevada                                                 
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  • Interests
    Electronics Engineering, hardware design, gaming, and DIY stuff
  • Biography
    Just a garbage furfag who wastes his life away on telegram and youtube
  • Occupation
    PC Technician


  • CPU
    Intel 8086k Delidded
  • Motherboard
    Asus Z370i ITX
  • RAM
    24GB DDR4 2400
  • GPU
    AMD Vega FE
  • Case
    Evolv Shift
  • Storage
    3 SSD (1TB NVME, 1TB SATA, 128GB SATA)
  • PSU
    Corsair SF600
  • Display(s)
    3x 1080p 144hz LG 24GM77
  • Cooling
    Custom Loop
  • Keyboard
    Original IBM Model M
  • Mouse
    Logitech M100
  • Sound
    5.1 surround Vintage JBL
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  1. Finished the vertical server racc




    Just some shelving cut to size and screwed together, servers resting on top

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    2. iamdarkyoshi


      @Windows7ge Power strip is rated for 1800w, so it should be fine.


      This station is just designed to clone HDDs to SSDs at work


      We get a high enough volume to warrant building this from some old servers we were given for recycling. They're single socket xeon X3430 machines.

    3. Windows7ge


      Yeah the important thing is that it uses a low gauge wire and has a thick enough bus bar. Just don't go to Walmart, buy a 3 dollar power strip and push 1600W though it.


      In fact thanks for that link. I have projects that could use something capable of carrying well over 1000W.

    4. Trik'Stari


      After seeing the power strips my work uses for our work benches, I became aware of "industrial" level power strips. Although the ones they use are surely cheaper and of less quality.


      I mainly loved how there are INCHES of room between each plug. No device could EVER have a plug big enough to cause issues.


      It is only now that I am learning that this power strip is actually capable of handling of more power than I am drawing. I know my window unit maybe draws 400 watts, and I know my PC isn't drawing a full 1000w that the PSU is capable of.


      Still, great to know it can handle that kind of power.