I was thinking a lot and probably went too autistic.
What if we built the ultimate master race computer?
3 big SSDs, 3 SOs (Windows, OS X and somen Linux distro). All them have their own advantages and disavantages and would make everybody happy.
This build would be a very expensive and I just started with the disks. What would you add to this build? And is this idea too bad?
>Linux is redundant if you have OSX.
It is, if you want poor filesystem support, comparatively inferior firewalls, a slower kernel, less modularity, slightly inferior non tunable font rendering, a non-native aptitude-like package manager that's not as good as portage, less hardware support, slower drivers, outdated software, and less bug fixes.
>Personally I run OSX (hackintosh) 90% of the time, and switch to Win10 for vidya.
What i'd do is add an additional main board to the mix and load a linux server distro on it to host whatever the fuck I want (utilizing a small 19"> monitor for it). Whether it be game server, homemedia, my personal website, email host, vpn, etc.
Then have a main 21:9 monitor using windoze and Mac OSX.
Use Windows for gaming and web browsing then swap over to Mac for photo/video editing and mah Pro Tools.
Though I'd be truly preferr to just get an 8+ core Xeon and split resources to load both OS's at once and use a HDMI/DP KBM to swap between OS's so I never have to turn either off.
Instead of some janky ass dual boot bullshit.
For linux server
This is assuming everything is backed up seperate of this Stacker system.
>And is this idea too bad?
Can't say yet, I'm not that close to achieving it.
Got my gaming PC with Win10 sitting right here and a soon to be linux server with a Q6600 in it. I say soon to be because I forgot the Q6600 didn't have integrated graphics so I need to grab some random video card, damn 775 tomfoolery.