So I am looking to mine with my primary PC. I do not use it much.
I figure CPU mining would be better because I have an AMD 3950xt, vs only a 980TI for a GPU
So just looking at the best options are, etc.
Ill take any advice you can give me.
I appreciate it.
I am looking at the Synology DS2419+ with an atom
Intel Atom C3538
Would that be fine for data storage for a plex server? Meaning my desktop is the server, the NAS is only for storage and for whatever Plex needs. Is that a sufficient CPU for the task In your guys opinion?
I have an Asustor with 10 bay so all inclusive.
Had it 6 years and is ok. But I really need a NAS with more power. This only has a celeron 2.0 GHZ.
So I can buy an I5 Asustor 10 bay at $2300 bucks, or build my own.
So I know I need parts and a case to handle that many drives. My big...
I installed this on my desktop at home and once completed, I could not get to any of my NAS shares. I can ping the IP of the NAS, and I can use the static IP of the NAS in a browser to get to it, but I am unable to reach it via shares. I can't even remap them. Very weird.
So I have an Asustor NAS currently with a Celeron 2.0GHZ proc and 8GB of ram.
I have a friend that has offered this to me: http://www.hp.com/hpinfo/newsroom/press_kits/2011/poweryourdream/HP_ProLiant_ML110_G7_Datasheet.pdf
But only supports 4 internal drives.
The question is this. I have 10...
I do what I want. I'll be damned if I am going to "worry" about it being legal or not. If I want to pay a cheap price for a not so legal Win 10 key, then I will do it. Do not care if it breaks the contract or not.
So I just bought this device. I can pair the headphones, and the bluetooth utility sees them and shows I am connected.But the headphones show up under other devices and not under the audio section. Has anyone else had these kind of issues?
So I have 12 drives in 3 externals. I have been turning them on when needed, and then turn them back off.
But someone told me it would be better to just leave them spinning.
Does it really matter either way?