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  1. Yes, I had multiple old processors, even celeron D, but it's struggling with single core, dual core is minimum (Athlon X2, Intel E2140) but even then, these are old. I do think there are apps that wont work with these processor (video decoding for example, plex) but since I don't use that apps, I dont really care. I've used sempron for at least 6 months, and replace that with Intel e2200 for 3 months before migrating it completely to my current setup (running it for 4months already) and for my usage 2GB ram usage seems overkill, these usage seems so light compared to freenas or xigmanas. I love it.
  2. I've tried with sempron (socket A) and Pentium 4 (socket 775, G31 motherboard) it works and stick with DS3615sx. However since its q8400, you'll pull more power than using newer generation cpu, I'm using currently Intel G630 and 4 Drives, it's only pulling 57watts from the wall, when I use sempron it pulls about 90-112watts with the same drive and power supply.
  3. I've been experiencing an repetitive issue with DS3617sx, it will shows " Sorry, the page you are looking for is not found " page and lock out of any services. It happens 3 times already... I'm switching back to DS3615sx, I'm tired reinstalling and fortunately have backups, it happens on almost monthly period, and yes it's been 3 months since I used DS3617. at first I thought because it's randomly update it self to newest version, so I disable internet for the synology, and it still happens, next I thought it was hdd/cable Issue so I swapped them, and the last time *which is today* it happens again, and I'm out of option to which one is the culprit except probably the OS or the loader it self. Anyway... this time I'll stick to DS3615 and see how long it will last.
  4. Does the chipset even matters at all, considering that synology using lot's of board with realtek nic themself even on high/server tier grade box, please I'm not looking for an argument, I am just curious. My current box is using an acer board B75 chipset and it has intel 82579v and 6 sata ports, which is nice, I want to build another backup nas with older biostar h67 chipset but it's using realtek, it also had 6 sata ports.
  5. Hi, first I want to say thank you very much. So, I made it work with my older hardware, against all odds, I run it on AMD Sempron, 1GB RAM, and Realtek NIC PCIe Gigabit, on top of that it's running on IDE mode instead of AHCI. This was actually for my backup NAS and it serves me very well for almost a year. Okay, that's the first hardware list, but now I upgrade it a bit to Dual Core AMD X2 4050e, and add another 6GB of RAM, because my FREENAS box flashdrive dead and I forgot to backup config, and this junkbox has became my main NAS, it manages 8TB of storage and most of the time it always hit 100MB/s at least with big files. My first initial thought when building this box is the warning about AMD and IDE, but I have no issue at all, everything went smoothly. Unfortunately while everything is went fine, I want to build another box for backup, but I didn't save any file from previous setup, and almost download files is either expired or removed, where to get this loader file, or can you reupload? thank you very much.