Rick and Morty’s Workspace
The Marsem cabling is important here as well, which you’ll see in some of the other photos, but the whole setup looks great and is a great example of how you can make full use of its powerful technology and good looks without compromise. … Here’s a shot from behind a table where you can more clearly see his images of Boba Fett and Darth Vader on the walls:
As for the hardware that powers it all, at Imgur, Marsem lays out the specifications for his hardware and peripherals, which you can see more clearly in the table shot below:
Desktop Main Case: NZXT Phantom PHAN-003RDCPU: Intel i7-6700GPU: MSI GeForce GTX 980 TiRAM: 32GB G.SKILL Ripjaw 4 SeriesMOBO: ASUS Z170-A
Speakers HiVi Swan M Series
Varmilo VB87M Bluetooth Keyboard with Transparent Gateron Switches and Rainbow Printed NPKC Caps on the Front
Corsair M65 RGB Mouse
Media Server This little guy serves 12 TB of media to my other devices via FreeNAS and the Emby server.
Chassis: Fractal Design 304 NodeCPU: Intel Pentium G3220HDD: 12TB Western Digital Red NASRAM: 8GB Kingston ECC MOBO Server Model: ASRock E3C224D21 Mini ITX
Here is a photo of that incident, namely:
It’s a nice view – and if it’s still available, I might want to get one of them. This red finish is great. And of course we couldn’t leave without taking a closer look at Rick and Morty:
That help, there are a ton more photos in the Marsem Imgur gallery below, as well as a good customization talk on the Reddit thread linked below. Be sure to check both of them out, and if you have questions or just want to sing his praises to him, let marsem know we sent you – and that we love his battle station too!
If you have your own workspace to show off, share it with us by adding it to our Lifehacker Workspace Show and Tell Flickr pool . Make sure all photos you add are at least 1280×720 in size. And adhering to the 16: 9 aspect ratio helps too! Include a little text about what you used, how you came up with the design, and any other important details. If your smart organization and good design flair are striking, you could be the next workplace ambassador!