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  1. It looks like this solution is working. I keep my fingers crossed and will wait for 24 hours if it lasts. Thank you very much!
  2. I have been looking for 'C-states' in the BIOS and haven't found it. I tried several settings, but nothing works. I was hoping that, because Jessie has the same mainboard, he could point out what to change. And what do you mean by 'power modified'? Will a different processor help? I am willing to spend some more money if it is absolutely necessary, but only if these problems go away, obviously.
  3. Did you manage to get things up and running smoothly? I have a system that is also equipped with this ASUS mainboard and a GT710 gpu board, but with a Ryzen 3 1300X. I can't get it running. I works for about an hour. Sometimes less, sometimes more, and then it freezes. I checked everything I could, the memory test was ok, I upgraded the BIOS, nothing helps. I hope you could provide me with some tips.
  4. Thank you for your comment. While my server is really old and I will need some more memory as well, I am looking for some new hardware. Any suggestions for a new Mainboard (I'm thinking AM4, because I have a Ryzen 3 1300X lying around) that is equipped with 6 or 8 6 GB-SATA connections, low on energy and useful for NAS use?
  5. Ah, that's what I needed to know. I'll give it a spin this weekend, thank you!
  6. I have read how to setup an UNRAID system and have bought 2 10TB drives to start with, one of them is going to be the parity disc. I have an Ubuntu 16.04 server with 4 existing Ext4 drives and I am looking for the best way to upgrade these drives to the UNRAID Array. To be clear: I am going to use the same machine, insert the 2 10TB drives and then I want to add the existing drives, while keeping my data. I can copy the data of the existing drives, one at a time, to the free 10 TB drive, after which I can add the drive to the array. Is this possible? Second question: the machine has 4GB RAM. Shall I replace it? I am planning to run 1 or 2 VMs, not more.