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  1. Hello everyone, I recently got a ReadyNas 102 used from a relative, and there are some problems with it. First off, my relative gave it to me because he said that both drives failed at the same time and I could have it. So once I plugged it in, everything was fine. Problems started when I put a drive in it (just one!). Booted up just fine, did the setup wizard, and started setting up the NAS. I remember enabling disk spin-down (I'm very suspicious that this a problem. I will explain later.), setting up shares and so forth. The problems started when I tried to remove a torrent client I ins
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    Honestly I didn't expect the community to be this nice. I thought I would get shit on for my setup, but actually everybody gave good thoughts and ideas, so thank you very much everyone! :)
  3. I'd rather go with a 1660, if there is budget for it. Little bit more future proof, and you can crank the graphics settings in games up more.
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    Ahaa okay, thanks for the advice! I will upgrade it when I get a new GPU.
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    Thanks for the thoughts! Although I don't see why would the PSU be a problem. It doesn't have enough power? Or is it just a bad overall PSU? It's been fine for 6 years. Is it too old?
  6. Rate my setup! Specs: CPU: Ryzen 5 1600 AF Motherboard: Gigabyte B450-DS3H GPU: Radeon Sapphire RX580 4GB I deeply regret this one by the way. The GTX 1060 would be a much better choice. The support for Radeon cards outside of games is outstandingly bad. RAM: Crucial Ballistix (2x8GB) 3200Mhz CL16 PSU: FSP Hyper S 500W SSD: Kingston 480GB (System, some games) HDD1: Seagate Barracuda 2TB (Games) HDD2: Seagate 500GB (Personal files) Case: I don't even know. The cheapest I could find about 4 years ago. Ripped out half of the HDD "tray" to f
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