Powering Down a Home lab
A home lab can be a great learning tool. However, many of the used servers available at discount come with a hidden cost: power consumption. This is exploration of more efficient alternatives.
Did an AI write this Article?
AI, such as ChatGPT, is transforming work by revolutionizing content creation. However, it also raises important ethical questions.
Why do you need a HomeLab?
A HomeLab provides a proper learning environment for computer infrastructure and software and infrastructure. With over half a million members on the r/HomeLab reddit channel, it is impossible to deny the popularity of the hobby.
Games That Are Worth Your Time : Part One
Finding time to play games can be a challenge. If you are going to invest hours into a game, it better be good. Here are some quick suggestions on games that are definitively worth your time.
Racking a Rosewill 4u Server
Server hardware is typically mounted and operated in specially designed rack.
Such hardware is designed from the start to be
The Silent Server Cabinet Project
When building a homelab, noise is a common concern. Enterprise-level servers were never designed to be quiet. For those resourceful enough, you can build a sound proof cabinet. Here is how Technodabbler did it.
Building an Arcade Cabinet
About 20 years ago, I built an Arcade Cabinet with my father. I published an
article that same year describing
A farewell to Blazer Falcor
A few days ago, I learned that my best friend, known online as Blazer Falcor, had passed away. For the
For the second year in a row, DreamHack was held in the Olympic Stadium, adding
even more space to the
Remembering Old Hardware
It's easy for a PC building enthusiast to also be hoarder. So much time is spent
carefully selecting components and