For old times’ sake, I am doing a written review of a chassis that I newly got. It is Thermaltake Suppressor F1 miniITX chassis that I use at office with my Ryzen-powered setup.
When I was “removed” from my job back in May last year, I bought my new phone from a grey market supplier (also called a parallel importer in Turkey), which I neither support nor recommend, but did it for the sake of using my severance in a more proper way. The full model number is the SM-G9650 / DS dual-SIM card with 128 GB of storage space.
The last time I built a desktop computer was nearly six years ago. Five years and ten months to be precise. Now it is time that I build a new one with up-to-date components. I will net be flying too high though; an AMD Ryzen processor with a nice 1080p capable graphics card will do.
After yet another election, it became evident that seeking another country to call home poses an urgency. To achieve this with minimal impact on quality of life, investment in myself became an obligation. Continue reading