PC to run Linux as home server: NAS, VMs, Compilation box, Development, etc...
|CPU||AMD Ryzen 7 1700 (Stock)|
|Cooler||AMD Wraith Spire RGB|
|Motherboard||Gigabyte GA-AX370-Gaming K7 ver 1.0|
|Memory||64GB DDR4 2400 ECC Kingston (4x16GB) KVR24E17D8/16|
|Graphics||Radeon FirePro V4800 1GB|
|Disc Drive 1||500GB hdd 2.5" Toshiba Sata|
|Disc Drive 2||Western Digital Red 3TB Sata x 3|
|Disc Drive 3||none|
|PSU||Corsair AX860i (860W)|
|Case||Cooler Master 690 Advanced II USB 2.0 (Best case of all time)|
|Operating System||Linux Ubuntu 17.10 beta|
Current Status: Build with all cables hanging no cable management. Linux Ubuntu 17.10 beta installed on old 2.5" hdd. Testing hardware.
I wanted a dedicated PC with enough threads, disk and ram to run a lot of vms and do fun stuff on Linux. Never pulled the trigger. The only way to get one AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 was to order an AMD Radeon Pack (Vega 64, Ryzen R7 1700X, Gigabyte X370 K7), so now I would have 2 Ryzen systems. The pack was shipped two weeks later. Vega had no problem clearing customs, but CPU+Mobo were stuck on customs for 1+ month. Got them last week and started gathering parts. So now swapping/reusing parts I started building Tongas and F2004.
Tongas was a fictional Robot in a local TV network children show when I was a kid. For the fans of retro gaming that is a QuickShot 1 (Atari 800XL Joystick) on his body.
very nice server system plenty of ram also
I'd love to see that as a case