The Grid (My desktop Computer)


After selling my Tesla Stock, working at Universal, and people watching my YouTube channel, I was finally able to make The Grid 2.0. It uses a Fractal Design Define R6 case, ASUS Prime Z390-A motherboard, 32 GB of ram, and Intel Core i7-9700F processor. Only after receiving these parts (my dorm was quite cramped!) did I find out that my current power supply cable wouldn’t reach everything. Probably for the better as it was 7 years old at this point, and used non-modular cables. So add an EVGA Supernova 550 power supply to that list too.


In 2016 The Grid was updated with a NVIDIA Geforce 970 graphics card, an additional 1 TB SSD, and then an Elgato capture card in 2019.


In 2013 The Grid started its life as a stock Dell XPS 8700 computer, with an Intel Core i7-4700 processor, 16 GB ram, 1 TB HDD, disk drive, and no-name graphic processor. In 2014 It would go on to power the RedstoneMC Server.

Image Credit: PC World

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