It is very expensive, though.
Although I already have a server, I'm planning to downsize to Mini-ITX. Are there any cases you could recommend that will fit two 3.5" hard drives for movies and TV shows, 1 2.5" hard drive for music, photos, and file serving, and 1 SSD as a boot disk?
The motherboard I'm planning to get is ASRock AM1H-ITX with AMD AM1 Athlon 5150 APU:
And plus, a 90w power brick with a 5.5mm connector. The computer will be a lot more efficient since the power will be drawn from the motherboard's DC-IN connector.
In my opinion, I really think that storage drives should be a lot smaller while at the same time not compromise in capacity. Right now, I cannot find a 4TB 2.5" hard drive, so I will have to go with 3.5" hard drives for high capacity instead. Or even 6TB hard drives for that matter (talk about wow when it comes to ripping Blu-Ray movies!).
USE YOUR ARMS! :)
And I prefer silent Micro ATX cases. 7 expansion slots are way too overkill for me these days.
I am very security-minded, so I would rather not use Wi-Fi whenever possible. I don't trust it.
Oh, and I have a suggestion: before you try out Portal Stories: Mel, try out Thinking with Time Machine. It will take you 30 minutes if you are fast enough. Mine's the lowest at 28 minutes.
But the storm is over about an hour ago (zip code 39819,, Bainbridge, GA).
Oh, wait! It is raining right now.
By "too easy," I've been using Ubuntu desktop and Ubuntu Server exclusively for three years now. I have had a lot of experience in working with Linux servers (home and VPS) at home with no professional work experience in Linux.
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