Tears4Fears

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  1. Lol...damn! don't let the cat outta the bag though it's obvious.
  2. I've finally completed BYON including the documentations. Here are the final 3 posts. 3.5.1 CIFS Benchmarks 3.5.2 iSCSI Benchmarks 3.6 Summary Last but not least, please participate in this poll for two short questions related to BYON. 3.7 BYON Poll
  3. 3rd setup - U-NAS testing results are out! 3.4.1 U-NAS Performance Test 3.4.2 U-NAS Functionality Test If you are interested, take a look and compare XPEnology results with it. I will post Benchmark Charts soon.
  4. Oh i see... What i meant was, 147W is the estimated max power drawn based on 6 HDDs during bootup.
  5. Thank you! I am glad that the information I've documented serve useful reference for others. This is contribution to the forum which I have benefited from I suppose your NAS is a E-350? Your full load at 55W is pretty modest considering you have 4 HDDs. But I don't recall mentioning anything about 120W?
  6. Hello everyone! In my personal project: Build Your Own NAS (BYON), i have achieved the following performance with my Synology DSM 4.2 build 3202. Setup details OS: Synology DSM 4.2 build 3202 CPU/Mobo: ECS NM70-I2 (V1.0) Memory: Kingston 1600MHZ 8GB DDR3 Power Supply: 130W PicoPSU & Dell 150W power adapter HDD1: WD Green 2TB (64MB/5400RPM) HDD2: Seagate Bar-Green 2TB (64MB/5900RPM) HDD3: Samsung EcoGreen F4 (32MB/5400RPM) USB thumbdrive 4Gb 3.3.1 Synology DSM Performance Test 3.3.2 Synology DSM Functionality Test 3.3.3 Synology DSM Plex Transcoding Test Any thoughts?
  7. Please add to the list: ECS NM70-I2 (V1.0) It is tested and proven working. SATA, USB, LAN, temperature all ok. Thank you for the great work guys, keep it up. Sometime later I will be benchmarking this build here: http://diy-nas.blogspot.sg I will post my results here too.