In parts one and two, we basically spec'd and built a basis for a Home Server. In reality, other than plans to use it as a Server, it is currently just a desktop PC with RAID SSD's and a lot of RAM. We have had the server up and running now for some weeks and it has performed flawlessly.
The 2 tests HDD's are running quiet and cool, thanks to the 120mm case fan blowing fresh air over them and they are delivering content on demand while storing all our critical information. But now, it's really time for the context of the build.
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