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dasbreen

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  1. Hi there, I'm looking for some help on next troubleshooting steps for my computer, as I've had some random restarts or BSoDs plaguing me for many months now. At times it's while I'm sitting at the computer using it, at others it's while I'm away or out of the house. Some are immediate restarts and others are a litany of BSoD codes, but none mention a driver file. I looked into the first few BSoD codes that I encountered, and they pointed towards RAM or faulty drivers. I ended up RMA'ing the RAM, and am still having the same issue (both with the temp kit I had during the RMA process and with th
  2. So after a bit of looking, I think I'll plan on the below. Thoughts? UnRaid - probably basic for now, I don't think I'll need >6 drives any time soon. 3x 10TB WD Red (newegg link) Rather than looking for a new case with enough hot swap bays, I found some 5.25" bay to 3.5" hot swap inserts. I have (currently) 3 spare 5.25" bays in my case and I can always remove the disc drive if I need a 4th. possible other items: small SSD for OS to replace the dated HDD should I be worried about my power supply for the additional drives? I figured I can maybe ev
  3. I have a computer that I currently use as a Plex Media Server/torrent machine, and occasionally as a personal Minecraft Server for my nephew & his friends. Mainly I'm looking to upgrade my storage situation, as my 5.4TB of total space is about 80% full. It has taken me about 6 years to get to this amount though, so it's not a super pressing issue. My current setup is as follows: Intel 4th Gen i5-4590 Asus Z87-PRO (V Edition) 16GB HyperX Fury (2x8GB) DDR3 1866 EVGA GeForce GTX 460 1GB 550w PSU 2x 4TB (3.62TB usable space) Seagate NAS HDDs Sata
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