Choctaw is a computer built in March. It’s purpose on the home network is to handle and carrol file dumps when the main media server is under heavy load. So far so good. The processor is a workhorse from 2008 and the motherboard is running 8GB DDR2 ram. It does fine as a cloud in a… whatever you call a group of clouds. In the future it can function as a firewall, a packet sniffer, or a retro gaming rig with the right video card addition.
The serial ribbon used for the DVD drive really gives it a special charm.