Sure man! In that picture all that is running off my battlestation. I think at the time it was an i7 4790k, GTX 970, 16GB RAM, Debian Stretch. 3 1080p monitors and 1 1440 144hz monitor.
I’ve since upgraded to the 1080Ti and built a second workstation with a 1800X Ryzen. Right now, the “better” of the 1080p monitors and the 1440p monitor are connected to my Intel box and the other two 1080p monitors are connected to the Ryzen box.
Ryzen box is 32GB of RAM, 1800X, and the GTX 970.
I use the Intel rig for gaming, recording, and “work” related development. The Ryzen box is for Unix R&D, hacking, testing, and other things where memory gets out of control lol.
Off screen (currently and in that picture), I have a Dell T410 with KVM setup. I have a few VMs for development and networking related tasks. It’s almost fully automated, I just tweak a script and run it and in 2 minutes I have a fresh VM I can ssh into. I pull another script and the kernel and OS is full up to date and rebooted’d.
You can read more about how I set that up here: https://admindev.tech/2018/01/23/the-lab-part-2-kvm-setup/
Laravel/PHP stack test (my portfolio)
Laravel/PHP stack prod
MEN stack test (my podcast site)
MEN stack prod
Django site (Mostly for learning, I’ve since moved on though lol)
Two MongoDB Servers for testing and seeding locally.
MS SQL Server VM
File server (backup)
Annnnd… I think that’s it.