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Furthermore it is possible ASRock AD2550RU3S3 Intel LAN integrate either one 3,5" harddisk or up to two 2,5" SSD's - please choose your desired options within the configuration-tool. We also offer this system in a fanless layout - with zero noise emission.
Scope of supply After system-assembly, the completed system receives an extensive and thorough system-test before being shipped. Included in the scope of supply are - apart from the server-system - the complete mainboard-accessories, a screw-kit, a power-cord please contact us if you need a special cord and two matching short-length SATA-cables ASRock AD2550RU3S3 Intel LAN hassle-free cabling of your devices.
You WILL have to pick a different motherboard. You could go for another PSU. Just the Antec is better between the two you got.
Those are pretty good for NAS uses. Is that enough CPU for a media server assuming there is no transcoding?
Is the Raid for this board setup in the Bios, or is it software? And for just a NAS 4 gigs is more than enough. Memory is more for the ASRock AD2550RU3S3 Intel LAN not Hard drives.
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I run 6 and thats more than enough for what I do and i play games and do 3D rendering which is more CPU intensive though but never had memory issues. And ASRock AD2550RU3S3 Intel LAN if there is transcoding it will just take a while which a small thing like that IMO would be nice. I might look into one now lol.
The layout for NIC would be ASRock AD2550RU3S3 Intel LAN following: If this doesn't make sense or you want to know specifics past I can share through private message. Also thanks again for helping along the way, great community here with much information.
Unfortunately time is always a constraint and when I do get a few hours to search parts or performance specs the hardware changes. At this point I'm pretty sure it's either what you or I have listed but it's shaving off the want vs need. Hope you all had a good weekend, also if anyone who is reading this has been in my situation and can share experiences I would be very ASRock AD2550RU3S3 Intel LAN to hear from you. Intel Atom D Dual-Core GHz (10W) ASRock AD2550RU3S3 Intel LAN Intel ICH10R Express Support eSATA; Dual Intel L Gigabit LAN ports (with Teaming function).
Intel® Dual-Core Atom D Processor v /03/ Intel Atom D Dual-Core GHz (10W) Dual Intel L Gigabit LAN ports.