Redditor marsem’s white-and-wood workspace looks beautifully clean, organized, sports some great gear, and is that Rick and Morty over there? Why yes, yes it is. Here are some more photos.
Marsem’s cable management is on point here too—which you’ll see in some of the other photos, but the whole setup looks great, and is a great example of how you can totally have your high-powered tech and good looks too without compromising. Here’s a shot from behind the desk, where you can see his Boba Fett and Darth Vader art on the walls more clearly:
As for the gear that powers all of this, over at Imgur, marsem lays out the specs for his rig, and his peripherals, which you can see a little more clearly in the desk shot below:
Case: NZXT Phantom PHAN-003RD
CPU: Intel i7-6700
GPU: MSI GeForce GTX 980 Ti
RAM: 32GB G.SKILL Ripjaw 4 Series
MOBO: ASUS Z170-A
HiVi Swan M Series
Varmilo VB87M Bluetooth with Gateron Clear Switches and Front-printed NPKC Rainbow Keycaps
Corsair M65 RGB
This little guy serves up 12TB of media to my other devices via FreeNAS and Emby server.
Case: Fractal Design Node 304
CPU: Intel Pentium G3220
HDD: 12TB Western Digital Red NAS
RAM: 8GB Kingston ECC Server Model
MOBO: ASRock E3C224D21 Mini ITX
Here’s a photo of that case, specifically:
That’s a good look—and if it’s still available, I might want to get one of those. That red trim is gorgeous. And of course, we couldn’t leave without a closer look at Rick and Morty:
That aid, there are a ton more photos at marsem’s Imgur gallery below, and some good conversation about the setup at the Reddit thread linked below as well. Make sure to check both of them out, and if you have questions or just want to sing his praises, let marsem know that we sent you—and that we love his battlestation too!
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