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commit 03ab8024ac302847d0608c141dc1d306cc74d119
parent 29cce9f6d0c18f94c8bac8566c744e48138dcc1a
Author: MichaƂ M. Sapka <michal@sapka.me>
Date:   Fri,  3 Mar 2023 17:48:30 +0100

fix: missing blank line

Mcontent/2023/the-thing-i-want-but-dont-need.md | 1+
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diff --git a/content/2023/the-thing-i-want-but-dont-need.md b/content/2023/the-thing-i-want-but-dont-need.md @@ -21,4 +21,5 @@ But the thing that I've rediscovered recently is the notion of upgradable system The next step are the mini-pcs. They are so cute! Tiny, just powerful enough for today, and has a higher degree of expandability. We have recently bought a Dell OptiPlex 3060 in a micro case, and it's the best purchase we've made in the last few months. We can even upgrade the CPU on this little fella! My wife uses it for work, so it's the only Windows machine in the house. {{<img-center "dell-optiplex-3060.jpg" "Cute machine">}} + But a proper tower gives you the most upgrades and the best power-to-price rate. If only I were a gamer.