When you have $60,000 to spend, hosting your home with Linux is a good investment

A host with a large amount of computing power is a very popular choice for many home users.

For instance, in the last week I have been using my server for over 30 days.

The host is a Dell Inspiron 1540 with an Intel Core i7-6500U CPU, a Gigabyte GTX Titan Black and 32GB of RAM.

All this is good enough to run a single desktop PC, but what is the best choice for a home server?

For a simple example, let’s say you want to host a gaming PC.

If you are not a gamer and you want a system with a powerful CPU, the Dell Inspirons gaming system is the one to go for.

However, if you want more power and want to make it even more powerful, you can go for the Gigabyte Titan Black.

With a CPU of this kind, you will need to upgrade your motherboard and upgrade your graphics card.

In this article, I will show you the best system with two of these cards and why it is the ideal choice.

If your system has a Core i5-7200U CPU and the Gigabit ethernet interface, it will work great, but if you are looking for a better CPU, there are better alternatives.

If all you want is a powerful server, I would go with the Gigabytes.

In the next article, we will see how to upgrade the hardware for a more powerful system.