The funny part is the second kit of RAM I ordered just arrived -- the first one seems to have been lost in the mail so far. Amazon says if it doesn't get here by tomorrow I can get a refund the next day. I kind of hope that happens so I can turn around and get the other kit in the mail in a week or whenever it decides to appear so I can say I got 64GB of (mediocre) RAM for 60 bucks. I'm not bothering with installing either until I have both.
I finally got around to, some five months after getting this copy of Artix set up on my main, trying to actually implement the KVM setup I wanted for a Windows 10 VM so I could run a couple Rockstar games. Instead after three hours of fussing around getting nothing actually working I said "screw it", grew my partitions to eat the space I'd set aside for Windows, and abandoned the idea since the game in particular was 20 bucks on steam on sale and it runs absolutely fine under Proton. (I previously only owned the DVD version. It was a decision that solidly made sense at the time.) You can run outside programs with Proton if you set them up right, in fact I have a script to run BeamMP under the same Proton prefix as my normal copy of BeamNG is installed to through Steam for Steam Play, but it was just way too much work for a Rockstar title I only install because my friends want to dick around online.
That said I'm glad I have some actually decent backup habits now because I'm backing up all my little hack scripts and such so if I need to install a new distro, I can do that. I'm planning to probably move my main to Debian once bookworm releases. Kernel 6.1 is a little bit old for my Arc card, but I can pass a kernel parameter to force-enable the i915 driver for it, and I'm sure it won't take long before 6.2 and 6.3 are in the backports repo, and honestly the big deal is mesa and I'll likely have to build the dev branch for that from source anyway, I have to do it through the AUR here on Artix. (If you didn't know, it's an Arch derivative with focus on init freedom. I don't know why I even cared when I installed it.)
Same deal for Diablo II Resurrected. I'd like to play it but it's too much work to set up for the three hours I'll get out of it before I'm bored. It takes me ten minutes to install it from scratch on one of my older machines and on there, you get EAX and an uncapped framerate and nostalgia.