klgray

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  1. I went the cheap route for my replacement fans -- non-PWM Antec fans with a manual 3-speed adjustment switch (sorry, I don't have model number handy). They are thinner than the fans they replaced. I've been running them at the lowest speed and have not had any temperature problems to date. I've not tested it, but I assume the alarm will sound if one of them stops spinning. Ken
  2. I don't have this particular motherboard, but I do have two unRAID boxes with an ASUS F1A75-M LE and an ASUS F1A55-M LE and both of them are running two AOC-SASLP-MV8 cards. I would think the chances are good it would work with this motherboard as well. Ken
  3. Oddwunn, Like you, I was getting stuttering and dropped audio when streaming some files off unRAID, particularly those with high data rate encodes. I enabled NFS as a quick and dirty test because I read it plays better with media boxes, which typically run Linux. It worked and I haven't bothered to set it up "officially." Here's what I did: 1) In the standard unRAID 4.7 webgui on the Shares page I enabled NFS for the shares only, not under Export Settings but under User Shares instead. For each share I wanted NFS access to, I added "*(rw,insecure)" in the Export(NFS) box and clicked
  4. I had the same problem when using SMB. I switched to NFS and the problem went away. Ken
  5. And I've been using an ASUS FM1/A55 board (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131796) with an A4 processor with no problems. I bought this motherboard so I can run two two AOC-SASLP-MV8 cards. Ken
  6. What I did wrong was I tried to run make_bootable.bat from the hard drive where I had unzipped the unRAID files, i.e, c:\unRAID>make_bootable.bat f: with the flash drive as f:. What I had to do was change to the f: drive first and then run make_bootable.bat from the f: drive. Ken
  7. Yes, I'm using one in the first unRAID server I built a couple of months ago. I never seriously considered using the card and software that came with it; instead I'm using a motherboard SATA connection with an eSATA adapter. So far I'm happy with it. It's fairly quiet and it keeps the five Samsung 1.5 TB green drives in it cool -- about the same temperature as the hard drives in the PC case (parity, cache and three more data drives) which has lots of cooling. The drive brackets have plastic pulls but they seem to be sturdy enough. The five drives in the bay show up as the first five in unRAID