Brian's first AMD DIY NAS featuring TrueNAS CORE, an ASRock X570M Pro4, an AMD Ryzen 9 3900X CPU, 32GB DDR4 ECC RAM, and the SilverStone CS381B case.
A budget-friendly DIY NAS featuring FreeNAS, an Asus Brime B450M-A/CSM motherboard, a Ryzen 3 2200G CPU, 16GB DDR4 RAM, and an Antec NSK4100 case for about $350
As promised, I printed and assembled the MK735 DIY NAS Case for my own use. I share my thoughts on the entire process.
I share a bit about how I will be blogging about DIY NAS builds in the future.
A DIY NAS featuring the SuperMicro A2SDI-4C-HLN4f motherboard, a Intel Atom C3558 CPU, 16GB DDR4 ECC RAM, 8x2.5" 2TB HDDs, and the SilverStone Technology CS280B case.
How I configured the BIOS, installed FreeNAS, and set FreeNAS up for the DIY NAS: 2019 Edition.
How I created Cloud Sync tasks to backup my most important data to Backblaze B2 storage.
An economical DIY NAS build featuring FreeNAS, an ASRock B150M-DVS motherboard, an Intel Pentium G4400 CPU, 16GB DDR4 RAM, a Logisys CS305BK case, and 15TB of storage.
A small form-factor DIY NAS featuring FreeNAS, a Supermicro X10SDV-TLN4F-O motherboard, Intel Xeon D-1541 CPU, 64GB DDR4 ECC RAM, 2x 10GbE, SilverStone DS380B case, and 40TB of total storage.
An economical DIY NAS featuring FreeNAS, an ASUS B150M-K D3 motherboard, Intel Celeron G3920 GPU, 16GB DDR3 RAM, and 12TB of storage (6 x 2TB) for just under $700.
I got a little bit jealous building the DIY NAS: 2016 Edition, so I used it as inspiration to upgrade my own DIY NAS.
A DIY NAS featuring FreeNAS, an ASRock C2750D4I motherboard, an Intel Avoton C2750 CPU, 16GB DDR3 ECC RAM, a UNAS NSC-800 case, and 28TB of storage.
A budget-friendly DIY NAS build featuring FreeNAS, am Intel Pentium G3220, 8GB of DDR3, a NZXT Source 220 case, and 10 TB of storage capacity.
A DIY NAS featuring FreeNAS, 8 hard drive bays, an Intel Avoton C2550 CPU, 16GB DDR4 ECC RAM, 24TB of total storage.
An economical DIY NAS build featuring FreeNAS, a Biostar NM70I-1037U motherboard, an Intel Celeron 1037U CPU, 8GB of DDR3 RAM, a NZXT Source 210 case, and four 2TB hard drives.
I talk about how I arrived at the decision to buy Non-ECC RAM for my DIY NAS.
A small form factor (MiniITX) DIY NAS featuring FreeNAS, an ASUS H87I-PLUS motherboard, an Intel Pentium G3220 CPU, 8GB DDR3 RAM, and a Lian-Li PC-Q25 Case
An economical DIY NAS featuring FreeNAS, a Gigabyte GA-78LMT-S2 motherboard, an AMD Sempron 145 CPU, 4GB of DDR3 RAM, and the NZXT Source 210 case.
A MiniITX DIY NAS featuring FreeNAS, an ASRock E35LM1 motherboard (w/ AMD E-240 APU), 8GB DDR3 RAM, and COOLER MASTER Elite 120 case.