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    Maybe someone can recommend cheap, but powerful (nothing special, will be used for storage some data, stream movies, etc - general home use) NAS dual HDD server ?
    I was looking something like that... ZyXEL NSA325 or QNAP TS-212

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    You could make you own with a cheap mini itx board and Windows Home Server

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    I have the NSA320, it pretty good.

    I don't see a difference in with the 325 other than the usb 3 port, I would never use it and the 320 is 75 bucks cheaper.

    I would recommend it for home use. Just update the OS/firmware first thing.

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    I really like the Synology ones. I've been considering one for a while to replace the DLInk 343 I have.
    The Synology is great also if you need a mobile app capablities, its also linux based which has tons of apps and software to add to it. I have been considering the 4 bay they have. Its just way to expensive right now.

    What are your primary goals for the NAS? The Dlink one I have works great for data, however Media, not so well. I get lag for media..

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    Well, I am expecting from NAS that I can stream HD movies.... Like I mentioned before, nothing special except that..

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