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commit ee31ce9107eb98a156ade5127e5fd3d81d66fb11
parent bc95a2ae11835860e396383a9cc2fa847ce2f17f
Author: Jake Bauer <jbauer@paritybit.ca>
Date:   Sat, 14 Dec 2019 21:40:41 -0500

Update build list in toolset page

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diff --git a/pages/toolset.md b/pages/toolset.md @@ -15,19 +15,25 @@ extensively and which I consider to be essential parts of my workflow. #### Development Machines I own two computers on which I do most of my work. The first, and the one that -gets most used, is a custom-built desktop with the following specifications: +gets the most use, is a custom-built desktop with the following specifications: * **CPU:** Ryzen 5 1600 w/ Stock Cooler -* **RAM:** 16GB DDR4-3200 -* **GPU:** RX 580 4GB -* **PSU:** EVGA G2 Gold 650W +* **RAM:** 2x8GB DDR4-3200 G.Skill Ripjaws V Series +* **GPU:** PowerColor Red Dragon RX 580 4GB +* **PSU:** EVGA SuperNova G2 Gold 650W * **Motherboard:** AsRock AB350M Pro4 +* **Case:** Deepcool Kendomen Black ATX Mid * **Storage:** - **Boot Drive:** Samsung 970 Evo 250GB NVMe SSD - **Extra Storage:** Crucial MX300 275GB SATA SSD - **Windows Boot:** Seagate 7200RPM 750GB SATA-II HDD - **Windows Games:** Samsung 860 Evo 250GB SATA SSD +You can see the original build that I did, along with the cost for each item in +Canadian dollars at the time that it was purchased, by clicking this link to [a +PCPartPicker build list](https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/b/vpLJ7P). RAM prices at +the time (November, 2017) were absolutely horrendous. + The other computer I own is a ThinkPad T440s laptop for doing work on the go. I managed to find one with a 1080p screen already installed for approximately $160 USD. I've found it to be an excellent productivity-focused laptop with a really @@ -52,11 +58,10 @@ purchase for less than $100 USD, shipping included. It has two power-hungry AMD Opteron 4130s inside which aren't all that powerful compared to Intel processors of the same generation but, for the price, it was a deal I couldn't pass up especially since it came with a Dell Perc H700 storage controller. This server -has 2x4TB 7200RPM HGST NAS drives in it configured in RAID-1 as well as a second -4TB 5900RPM HGST drive used as a local backup for the contents of the RAID-1 -array. The server has 16GB of DDR3 ECC RAM which, while low for a server, is -more than enough for my uses; I haven't even come close to using a quarter of -it yet. +has 2x4TB 7200RPM HGST NAS drives configured in RAID-1 as well as a second 4TB +5900RPM HGST drive used as a local backup for the contents of the RAID-1 array. +The server has 16GB of DDR3 ECC RAM which, while low for a server, is more than +enough for my uses; I haven't even come close to using a quarter of it yet. I also have a smattering of other hard drives, USB sticks and a couple of SD cards though these get used as either backup media or as needed for transferring