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Windows NAS Best partition Size

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#1 havaman



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Posted 06 March 2013 - 04:21 PM

Hi, Folks,

I bought a Dell NX3200 with 6xSAS 1TB 6Gpbs.

I Want to know if i make one volume with the 4,6TB in NTFS or if I split in two or three small vomules.

If someone could point me some best pratice Docs and just tell me the awsern. I dont know how to find this intel googling.


#2 Valleyforge



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Posted 10 May 2013 - 07:07 AM

There's no reason to start chopping up the volumes.

Laptop: Dell inspiron E7440, 8GB RAM, 480GB Crucial M500 mSATA, Win7 Pro
Workstation: Homebrew i3-4350, 16GB, 256GB Crucial M4, 3TB Barracuda XT, Win8.1 Pro

NAS: Synology DSM5 running on Sempron 3850, 4GB, Micron C400 265GB & 2x4TB HGST NAS

HTPC:TranquilPC ABEL H2, i3-4010U, 4GB, 64GB Crucial M4 mSATA, Win7 Pro

HTPC 2: Pentium G620 on DH61AG in Antec Euler, 4GB, 120GB Kingston V+200, Win7 Pro


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