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You’d be pleasantly surprised if you choose to pair the AMD RYZEN 2700X with the ASUS ROG Strix X470-F Motherboard. With this pair, you are surely to get the most of the features they provide.
I do have multiple screens but I don’t have difficulty putting them in place with my Hex Monitor Stand. The Hex Monitor Stand allows me to be more flexible with the angle I want my monitors to be in.
This is my backup graphics card. It has 6 monitor output in the back. Fantastic card with low energy use. You can daisychain multiple cards together for even more displays such as 12, 18, 24, or even more monitors! AMD FirePro W4100 is another great alternative.
The last time I was shopping for monitors I purchased a handful of these monitors. The resolution is clear, they mount onto a stand, have multiple outputs, and the bezel edge is super tiny!
The Seagate 12TB IronWolf Hard Drives are designed for those servers that needs free access 24/7. This is especially useful for me because it allows me to access my server anywhere I go.
The Samsung 1TB 970 EVO Plus NVMe M.2 Internal SSD is especially designed for tech enthusiasts — those individuals who need the unrivaled performance and superior reliability, the main reason why I chose to incorporate this in my computer system.
The Elgato Stream Deck with 15 keys is a good addition to my computer system. This Stream Deck includes a simpler free software with more built-in functions compared to its predecessor.
I have a few of these CyberPower UPS. It is basically a battery backup for your computer. If the power dies completely during a storm – I can still run the system for about 30+ mins to wrap up what I am doing.