I am looking to setup a 24 drive norco box.
My google results are all 2 or 3 years old. Whats the best bang for your buck these days?
Mostly media. Nothing heavy.
Also if i populate this with 8tn or even 10tb drives.. Can windows see the full drive or whats the cap?
May as well get this started with the new year, we missed 16 :)
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After some more digging I think this may be best option
5x8TB in Raid 5 would give a pretty good single
Been trying to catch up on all this.
And it would seem port multipliers are getting bigger
Are these supported by most motherboards now or is a card needed?
As it seems win10 etc. all support raid and expansion options now, and pretty easily.
I'm trying to decide which way to best go to reach...
I hate being the guy to ask a question that's been asked 100 times.
But I'm looking to get a 24 bay norco, and want to set it up with a raid and expansion ability.
4TB HDDs, with expansion.
Googling gets results from 2012.
I know at one time a member on here had guides for this...
I'm looking for a device, which I can put in my home, and wire to Deep cycle batteries.
Tie to the house power.
And run a power bar for my server/internet pc, etc.
Something that can be expanded for more time.
All google seems to find me is half assed basterdized versions.
I've got poor net access, I can use netflix, but it seems most of these add-ons are unable to dumb themselves down enough for me.
1channel worked, along with others. But wishing I had better internet for sure!
If you have a huge database, pseudotv is great!
I'm looking for ideas on how I can build a small pc, with dual hdmi tuner cards, that I can use to import (as well as outputs to control) my HD Bell Satalite.
Than wanting to tie the two streams into something my Multiple XBMC Gotham machines can access, where the XBMC machines remotes can...