The desk it sits on. The surface is actually drawer rails, and slides to center either the keyboard or tablet, depending on what she's doing.
This is my wife's illustration PC (https://lauradiehl.art) and the third PC I've made for her. As this was built during her 20th year doing digital illustration, I went a bit further than usual and blinged it up in her color, which is a slightly more violet blue.
This system is built around a 2nd gen Threadripper 2950X, a NVidia Quadro P4000 workstation GPU, and 64GB of RAM, with slots free to expand to 128GB when needed.
Peripherals are a Wacom Intuios4 XL, Microsoft Nautral Ergonomic 4000, and a Logitech G13 gamepad.
Color(s): Blue Purple
RGB Lighting? Yes
Cooling: Air Cooling
Type: General Build
New processor and cooling!
Like many Threadripper builders, I went with a Enermax TR4 to cool this chip, and it was part of the initial build. However, after Laura started having some freezes and slowdowns on her system, I took a closer look and noticed we were hitting 70-73C under load. While I know Threadripper can displace some heat for sure, this seemed excessive to me. Soon after I started that however, the first videos started to hit detailing the corrosion problems. I didn't feel like taking the cooler apart, and thinking it was probably the culprit (and if it wasn't, was going to fail anyways), opted to replace it with a beQuiet Dark Rock Pro.
Of course, the 1900X I originally built it with is pretty dated compared to the chips available today, and given that she's been doing encoding jobs more, I wanted to throw more threads in there. So I took the opportunity to throw in a 2950X. And since the front radiator was now gone, I installed a pair of 140mm Silent Wings 3 fans to pull air through the front.
With the chip upgrade, along with new BIOS and chipset drivers (don't forget those!), and a cooler I'm confidant in, it's benching far better now. I'll take better temperature measurements once the thermal paste has cured a bit, and we'll compare to see if those temperatures have come down. But so far with them holding in the mid 60s, I'd say this has been a success.