Windows 10: NAS Hard Drive Sizes

Discus and support NAS Hard Drive Sizes in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware to solve the problem; I have a 6 Tb NAS and it has two 3 Tb drives in it. If I wanted too, could I exchange them for larger capacity drives such as 2 10 Tb drives or or the... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware' started by swarfega, Nov 22, 2019.

  1. swarfega Win User

    NAS Hard Drive Sizes

    I have a 6 Tb NAS and it has two 3 Tb drives in it. If I wanted too, could I exchange them for larger capacity drives such as 2 10 Tb drives or or the NAS fixed to being able to address 3 Tb drives?

    swarfega, Nov 22, 2019
  2. btarunr Win User

    ASUSTOR Announces Compatibility with 3 New Seagate NAS Hard Drives

    ASUSTOR Inc., a leading innovator and provider of network storage solutions, has announced today that all of its NAS products are fully compatible with Seagate's newly launched range of NAS hard drives. These hard drives come in 2TB, 3TB and 4TB models with their model numbers being ST2000VN000, ST3000VN000 and ST4000VN000. By supporting these hard drives, ASUSTOR is able to give its users greater flexibility and choice when configuring their network attached storage devices.

    ASUSTOR NAS are the first NAS devices in the world to be designed entirely around an App-based concept. Built on a stable and high performance hardware platform, ASUSTOR NAS devices provides users with an intuitive UI that closely resembles the simplicity enjoyed on most tablet computers. After installing hard drives onto the NAS device, users will be able to set up their very own personal cloud server in just a few easy steps. Additionally, users can download any NAS Apps of their choice from ASUSTOR's App Central, expanding functionality and creating a customized device for themselves.

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    ASUSTOR NAS devices are suitable for use with 2.5" and 3.5" hard drives from a wide range of world-renowned brands. For a complete list of compatible hard drives please visit the official ASUSTOR website.
    btarunr, Nov 22, 2019
  3. Overclock your hard drive!!!

    Heres a much easier hack that I realized quite a few years ago that really does work!

    • Hard drive with molex power connection.
    • PSU with more than 1 strand that has molex plugs on it.
    • Wire strippers, soldering iron if you're fancy, electrical tape if you're not.
    • Take the strand of connectors from your PSU, and decide which one will be the donator for this overclocking adventure.
    • Cut the yellow and orange cables, then twist them together.
    • Find the power connector you've chosen as the overclocking connector, and release the orange cable from the connector. Now use your preferred method to bind them together, then place it back together.
    • Plug in a drive and feel the speed!
    Congratulations! You've just overclocked your hard drive!
    Sir B. Fannybottom, Nov 22, 2019
  4. NAS Hard Drive Sizes

    little cat, Nov 22, 2019

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