tldr; Very k3wl toy.
Last month I caught an Atomic Pi, a $35 Intel Atom based single board computer. I hadn't paid attention to their kickstarter ("$72,000+ pledged of $3,500 goal"), I had seen the Hackaday coverage... Which is quite negative about the limited …— more ...
Now I've got the BIOS SNAFU straightened out on this motherboard, my goals changed. It's keeping the Ryzen 3 3200G CPU and becoming a Debian Linux desktop machine for Rhe.
I'm going to try to live blog, sortof, the setup process whereby …— more ...
ASUS TUF gaming X570-Plus (WiFi) (wow thats a name) is a more
ASUS TUF gaming B450-PLUS; which is fair considering it
costs $70 more.
In my first evaluation the PCIE 4 was the big feature difference, and …— more ...
B450 and Gen 3 Ryzen SNAFU
All my hardware was delivered, so I gleefully set about building up the new system to start playing with it... I figured go ahead and put it in the case from the start because surely there'd be no downside to that, right …— more ...
so many choices ... so much money
Looking at new computer hardware, the i7 2600k in use now is showing its age. There's those that say its a reasonable CPU still; and for what it is, that's true.
With the new AMD stuff and the new PCIE v4 boards …— more ...
YOU MUST GRAB: https://www.adafruit.com/product/4292 and/or https://www.adafruit.com/product/4295 ; 1gb and 2gb Raspberry Pi 4 at Adafruit, 1 per customer and grab them while they last. Get the Power supply, fan, and anything else …— more ...
Mice are Evil
After the new office post, someone asked about the trackball.
Why a trackball at all? I've spent the majority of most every day since before 1990, manipulating a computer. Unlike many who can say that, I can still do so without suffering …— more ...