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  1. Thank you both. My GoogleFu must be getting rusty, I couldn't find either of these.
  2. I got 2 extra expansion card slots in my case with no corresponding slots on the motherboard. I also have an unused internal USB 3.2 gen2 connector on my motherboard. I am looking for a hub/adapter that will mount in the expansion slot on the case and plug into the internal connector, but with out needing a pcie slot.
  3. Seems like it will just be alot easier to stick with windows
  4. Why go with so many smaller drives? I was thinking 10tb or 12tb drives in an old full tower desktop case
  5. Let me preface this by saying I don't know much about raid, nas, servers, or networking. So I am wanting to get rid of my cluster of external drives, which are currently plugged into my desktop, and switch to a dedicated NAS/server. I want to gain redundancy, incase a drive fails, and be able to access it through WLAN, while still being able to direct play uncompressed 4k through Plex. I currently have more than 20tb of files and I'm looking to upgrade to around 50tb. Would a simple raid through motherboard/raid card/windows work? Or do I need to use some software like unraid or freenas?
  6. which is more important when you have a restricted intake area? airflow? or pressure?
  7. My sff case has 2 spots on the bottom for 140mm fans (140mm hole lay out only, no 120s). However with my GPU I can't fit normal 25mm thick fans.
  8. I'll try to find one of those aero cools in stock somewhere all the others use 120mm hole layouts
  9. I'm trying to find some thin 140mm fans. But all the ones I can find use 120mm mounting holes. I need a square 140mm fan with 140mm mounting holes, as thin as possible.
  10. So my understanding is, the best setup for a HTPC with surround sound is a HDMI cable between your graphics card and a home theatre receiver. Is this correct? In this set up, does your Motherboards onboard audio/internal soundcard make any difference? Or is there a better way to send 8 or more channels of audio?
  11. Well, I tried a new graphics card with fresh drivers, and I still have the same issue.
  12. It just crashed again. Temp was at 59 and the fans stopped spinning after it crashed.
  13. i have multiple monitors plugged in and they all lose signal at the same time