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Desktop

macOS

Probably should have added more RAM but Macbooks are stupid expensive.

CategoryDetails
ModelMacbook Pro 16"
CPUApple M2 Pro
RAM16GB
Storage512GB SSD

Linux

A beauty.

CategoryDetails
ModelLenovo ThinkPad E15 Gen 4, model 21ED0048US
CPUAMD Ryzen 5 5625U with Radeon Graphics
RAM16 GB
Storage256 GB SSD

Mobile

Previously used a Pixel 6 & Pixel 7 with GrapheneOS.

CategoryDetails
ModeliPhone 15 Pro Max
CPUA17 Pro
RAM8GB
Storage256GB

Homelab

I run a small homelab with a mix of consumer (compute/storage) and enterprise (network) hardware. I try to keep the lab energy efficient and quiet as my top priorities.

IoT

A collection of mainly smart lights, sensors, and smart appliances. My first preference is to disable all networking for new smart devices or simply not connect internet in the first place (e.g. I never enable internet on my smart TVs). If the smart device requires LAN access, I will connect the device to my guest-restricted IoT network. As a last resort, I will set-up the internet but monitor the DNS lookups via NextDNS and forcibly block any domains I do not want the device to be using. If the device is egregious or shady, I'll just sell it and either replace it or live without it.

Network

A rack-mounted Dream Machine Pro, connected downstream to an access point, mesh extender, and a couple ethernet switches.

Servers

  1. Rack-Mount Server

    I wasn't happy with using low-powered PCs as servers and I knew I did not want the ear-shattering enterprise rack-mounted servers, so I built my own.

    CategoryDetails
    CaseRosewill RSV-R4100U 4U
    MotherboardNZXT B550
    CPUAMD Ryzen 7 5700G with Radeon Graphics
    RAM64GB RAM (2x32GB)
    Storage (On-board)Western Digital 500GB M.2 NVME SSD
    Storage (HDD Bay)48TB HDD
    PSUCorsair RM850 PSU
  2. Other

    These ran as my main servers before I built the rack-mounted server above. I have shut these down indefinitely for now as I have no use for them.

    • Dell OptiPlex
    • Raspberry Pi 4