The ThinkPad as a server is back, this time with a couple of adjustments.
All about that time I converted a JBL soundbar into a portable speaker
I got curious about an ExpressCard to NVMe M.2 NGFF adapter I saw on Reddit, so I got one to try out myself, ending up with a total of 4 SSD-s on my ThinkPad T430. Yes, four.
Some assembly required. No, not that one.
Experimenting with my fan control scripts ended up with an interesting discovery.
I took a spare ThinkPad T430 and put all my home server workloads on it. Here’s how it went.
A quick and dirty experiment: can the integrated graphics on an AMD Ryzen 4000 series APU run Beat Saber?
UPS, I did it again 🎵
How trying out new laptops and messing with my personal computing setup motivated me to go back to a laptop that some would call ancient.
Alternative title: “Honey, I completely changed my server setup again!”
Comparing the experience that AMD and NVIDIA can provide in a DIY cloud gaming setup.
A build log of how I set up my own ‘cloud gaming’ setup, including all the issues I faced and attempts to fix those.
A quick overview of my experience with setting it up on a small PC box and things to consider when attempting this yourself.
If all you have is a powerful workstation…
This is what happens when someone takes the meaning of ‘brute force’ too literally.
Who would have thought that performing basic database optimizations could be fun?
Alternative title: ‘Obsessing over things that nobody else cares about’
It’s all good, man.
Two issues make a solution after all.
Depends on your definition of could.