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  1. Asrock Q1900-ITX/Q1900DC-ITX

    Has anyone tried building a NAS with one of these boards and more than 4 (let's say up to 6) 3.5" hard drives? I'm curious if that would be possible, from a power usage point of view. From what I've read, the Q1900DC can power 4 drives, however, I do not now if that's the actual limit. And what about the Q1900 with a PicoPSU? I don't know if PicoPSU's can handle the startup current of that number of drives. (Note: I'm not looking at standard ATX power supplies because those do not have a DC input.)