My Technology


Device Type: Desktop Computer
Processor: Intel Core i9-12900k
Memory: 64 GB DDR4 (3600 MHz)
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce RTX 4080 (16 GB)
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 11 Pro
Storage A: Samsung SSD 970 EVO 1 TB (Boot Drive)
Storage B: Samsung SSD 980 PRO 2 TB (Gaming Storage)
Storage C: Samsung SSD 870 QVO 2 TB (Normal Storage)
Storage D: Samsung SSD 850 EVO 512 GB (Scratch Disk)
Display A: Samsung Odyssey G70A (3840 x 2160 144hz)
Display B: Dell S2716DG (2560 x 1440 144hz)
Display C: Dell S2721DS (2560 x 1440 75hz)

Built this machine in July of 2022 as a replacement for my previous 2018 build which has since been gifted to my father. Made the decision to use DDR4 due to the maturity of the platform. DDR5 was still very new at the point when this build was made. Recently added a 4080 to this machine. Figuring out what to do with the spare 3080 I have on hand.


Device Type: Laptop Computer
Processor: AMD Ryzen 7 5700U
Memory: 16 GB DDR4 (3200 MHz)
Graphics: AMD Radeon (Integrated)
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 11 Pro
Storage A: SK Hynix HFM256GD3HX015N
Storage B: WD SN530 SDBPMPZ-256G-1101
Display: Built-In Display (1920 x 1080 60hz)

Needed a laptop for doing some basic computing and writing while I am away from my desktop. Works great and gets a decent amount of battery life. Generally, I have this connected to my doc. It servers as a fourth and fifth display when I am at home, and is usually what I have multimedia on.


Probably not going to update with the specs. It's a refurbished Dell desktop that I use for running Plex and a few other miscellaneous things. Will eventually build a new machine to serve this purpose with an AMD-based CPU. Aiming to run it on Linux.


Manufacturer: Synology
Model: DS920+
Drive A: WD4003FFBX (4 TB)
Drive B: WD4003FFBX (4 TB)
Drive C: ST16000NE000-2RW103 (16 TB)
Drive D: ST16000NE000-2RW103 (16 TB)

Used as network storage for a variety of things which need to be shared between multiple computers. I back this up on a regular basis to ensure I can restore the data, though most of the data can honestly be reconstructed. Anything absolutely vital is already redundant. Recently added two 16 TB drives for increased storage capacity.