Show Us Your *fetch and CpuFetch

This is my PC:

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And this is my early Christmas present, bought with me own money :)))

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We need a LobesFetch. Because of reasons.

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OK, this will be my next project, after I’m done with the pi4.

Love those ourselves gifts !

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Here is my contribution

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Nicee @Dobbie03

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Put it this way, I never intended to upgrade to this CPU, I was looking for something a little more economic, in the span of roughly 4 weeks it went from approx 12 options to purchase to literally one. Oh well. It’s powerful so I have zero complaints.

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It s the main thing to be happy with the newest purchase.

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I’ve had this CPU for ages. It was the beginning of the chip shortage and I have an older CPU socket so already my choices were limited.

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1.15 TFLOP/s isn’t bad for a laptop :slight_smile:

EDIT: I’ll post one from my ROCK Pi S next time I’m playing music.

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CPU Max Freq 5GHz? Damn… :sunglasses:

LOL I don’t really use a fraction of that power.

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That s some light install in there @Chris

As promised:
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20 GFLOP/s, how cute.

EDIT: apologies for the pretentious hostname. I must have been high…

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That s a small install in there @Head_on_a_Stick

Using 45Mib, that’s simply beautiful, and only 450 packages…
Did you use your RockPi for anything else or you are just running it with mdp?

Just mpd with upmpdcli to expose the player over the local network so my smartphone can stream music to it from Qobuz.

rock@Bifrost:~ $ pstree
runit─┬─mpd───2*[{mpd}]
      ├─runsvdir
      ├─sshd───sshd───sshd───mksh───pstree
      ├─udevd
      └─upmpdcli───10*[{upmpdcli}]
rock@Bifrost:~ $

Not so much pstree, more psbonsai :grin:

I stripped out systemd in favour of runit (with runit-init as PID1) and that saves ~10MiB, which is significant in the context of this setup.

The streaming is crazy though — the maximum resolution files (24bits@192KHz) use ~45Mb/s, whereas 1080p videos from NetFlix only need ~5Mb/s. They sound amazing

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