On the choice of private storage enclosures. The appearance and structure have always been difficult to choose. In June this year, I studied a storage chassis that can be flexibly combined and perfectly integrated into the home environment.
So I will introduce you to the relevant contents and...
I was looking into buying a NAS and was surprised how bulky they are. Then I thought about making my own, but after some reading it felt like more faff than it was worth.
Then I re-purposed my old Lenovo X230 laptop as a proof of concept - worked great:
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RCC-SMALL1 provides a 4L package if you are looking for:
a rock solid compact case
decent CPU and GPU performance with internal power supply (brickless without compromise)
lots of internal storage for Games, Movies, Work, etc...
RCC-THIN1 is an enclosure for THIN MINI ITX builds.
Rock solid, made from 2mm / 5mm thick aluminum. Comes with a 19V / 130W internal power supply and ultra thin 65W TDP CPU cooler (Silverstone customized OEM model).
This case looks simple but offers many possibilities...
Example 1: Brickless...
My old NAS in a PowerMac G5 case and my NUC home server are growing old, I also want to upgrade beyond 1Gbit networking. So as I usually do, I start from the case I want for this project. It needs to be well below 20L in volume. It also needs to have serious performance and I want to use as much...
Hello! I've been lurking for a while, and created an account to join the fun. Long post ahead in the interest of sharing information.
I had an Asustor 3204T which just died. Sending it off to them for RMA, they might get unhappy with all the 'warranty void' stickers removed but I'm done with...
I'm evaluating a NAS.
Main use will be providing DVD/BD/UHD (when it will eventually be possible) rips to the house. No transcoding, pure, raw, delivery.
I wonder if I should go with some basic Synology or build a cheap one.
Things I'm looking at:
- Raid 0;
- Easy to use interface;
I've repurposed my first SFF build to make an SG05 Silverstone case a 2 bays NAS.
Motherboard: Asrock J3455-ITX
CPU: Intel Quadcore J3455 (imbedded)
GPU: Intel HD Graphics 500 (integrated)
RAM: 2x 4GB DDR3 SO-DIMM
Storage: 2x 4TB HDD + 64GB SSD
PSU: Silverstone 300W...
Following up to the S4 Mini "top hat" design (https://smallformfactor.net/forum/threads/s4-mini-top-hat.9818/) I have another S4 Mini that I wanted to convert to a home nas server using the bay drive for 8 7mm 2.5" drives. I have a few parts and I'm measuring out the specs for this one...
Checkout my friends photos: http://www.marstonphotography.org/blog/
Took some amazing pictures of the PC.
This case was made for a photographer friend of mine that needed a NAS to back up all her clients photos to. The case was designed in Inventor then I exported in from Inventor into VCarve...
I have long been asked to make a case for a home storage. Evaluate this prototype. Does he have a future?
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case NAS FX 7.5L prototype PHOTO ALBUM
Super compact case for home storage.
- Volume: 7.5L (225mm x 190mm x...