- Aug 16, 2005
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|Motherboard||MSI x299 Tomahawk Arctic|
|Memory||32GB Corsair DDR4 3000mhz|
|Video Card(s)||Nvidia Titan RTX|
|Storage||2x 2TB Micron SSDs | 1x ADATA 128SSD | 1x Drevo 256SSD | 1x 1TB 850 EVO | 1x 250GB 960 EVO|
|Display(s)||3x AOC Q2577PWQ (2k IPS)|
|Case||Inwin 303 White (Thermaltake Ring 120mm Purple accent)|
|Audio Device(s)||Realtek ALC 1220 on Audio-Technica ATH-AG1|
|Power Supply||Seasonic 1050W Snow|
|Mouse||Roccat Kone Aimo White|
|Keyboard||Ducky Shine 6 Snow White|
|Software||Windows 10 x64 Pro|
Thats cool, I haven't heard of this distro./bump
No one told me Intel made their own Linux. Here I thought IBM was the corporate takeover of the kernel.
I guess it started out for cloud and vm hosting, but they're slowing moving into PC/Desktop space. From what I can tell, it's the most optimized Linux on Intel chips and boots extremely fast. The "packaging" system (if you can call it that) upgrades the system based on Use Cases you've chosen and installs apps in bulk (not for everyone, but it's convenient). I'm so rusty with UNIX tinkering though that I can't get custom apps working. Steam doesn't launch for me atm. So for now, I'm fulltime Windows as usual.