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  1. Thanks! I used DS3615 and everything is working
  2. Hi! I finally have some PC parts laying around to put my DS212 aside and migrate to a XPEnology build Last time I checked (3 years ago, at least), there was only one loader. Now there's DS3615xs, DS3617xs and DS916? I will build with : Intel CPU i3-4330 Asrock H97M Anniversary 8Gb RAM Any advice on which loader to use?
  3. Hi! Thank you for the answers! I definitely need to wait before buying anything to make sure to have a good price Sorry I didn't answer before, I have a lot to do at the moment and I put the build on hold for now :S I think I'm going to try to use my HTPC parts instead of buying anything, I don't know anymore... We are going to move into a house and I think I just need to wait to know what I'll need (performances, change my HTPC etc.) I won't buy anything now but if anyone want to add anything, please do! I won't ignore any advice!
  4. Unfortunately I'm in Canada... Really not the same prices! I will check with another case and I might be able to use parts of a computer I have
  5. Do you have ideas about a case. For sure I'd love the Node 304 but I'm having difficulties to find a decent priced mobo with mini-ITX size and 6SATA (4 for now, 6 for the future). Thanks
  6. Thank you! I'll think about a build and come around here before ordering stuff
  7. Thanks a lot for the clarification! A last question before I start shopping for pic parts : do I need to look anything specific to be able to install everything without esxi or other virtual machine thing?
  8. @brantje : I will think about it. But isn't the power consumption going to high with this kind of CPU and mobo? You're right. I guess we don't need a 3rd NIC for that? -- Also, I saw people talking about esxi etc. Can I run it directly on the computer or I always need to use a virtual machine?
  9. @brantje : I already build a computer with i5-4460 (and tested DSM with virtual box!), it's really fast but I'm prefer sure it's really too expensive for my use :S I'm okay to overbuild, but it seems too much. I know how to build these computers, I'm here because I would want to learn more about less expensive builds. @butter_fry : - I know stuff about computers. I build some. But I don't do it often and I don't work in it so I always need to relearn stuff online everytime, that's why I'm here asking today That's also why I'm kind of afraid when I read "unlocked". If I'm not wrong it
  10. Sorry! I didn't mean that you question was weird, I meant to tell that I was weird because I didn't have a budget for now. My wish list would be : - 24/7 running NAS - DS Audio - iTunes Server - SickRage (Sickbeard custom) - CouchPotato - VPN Server (I use it rarely when I'm somewhere with too limited connection) - Syncthing - DS Download - 4 disk minimum If it's not adding too much to the price : - Dual Nic would be nice (I would use it only to make sure that DS Download use a VPN router so I have a killswitch, because I couldn't find any other solution yet) - I don't
  11. That's weird, I don't really have a budget. I'm just checking what would be the price of a Xpenology build that satisfy me :S The only thing I have right now is 2x3Tb hardrive and I know that my next build will have 4 disks (but there's no rush to buy them rightaway). I'm really just checking what would be the price of a build fast enough to use my applications without lag and without buying an overkill computer. Are Asrock Q1900-ITX good for these kind of use?
  12. Est-ce que quelqu'un pourrait juste me confirmer que c'est normal ou non par rapport à son installation?
  13. Allo! J'ai installé DSM 5.0-4452 update 2 sur une VirtualBox avec gnoboot. Je n'ai pas modifié le modèle, ça apparaît bien DS3612xs. Est-ce que vous voyez iTunes Server dans la liste des paquets dispo? Par rapport à mon DS212, j'ai accès à plus de paquets mais iTunes Server est absent