I find it sad that Human Beings have walked on the Moon during my lifetime, but not during the lifetime of my children.
No, I’m taking about monitors, screen size and resolution. I’m talking about the tower PC I built.
Running quite nicely. I’ve got dual monitors set up, and it is handling just about anything I’ve tossed at it so far.
The thing has plenty of room for additional drives, but I decided to go with a Drobo for external storage.
The system has a 256 Gig SSD and a 1 TB Western Digital drive, but wanted something for storage that was going to give me some level of data redundancy. Having it not in the tower was a plus from the suspenders and belt viewpoint as well. The only downside was the Drobo’s USB was USB 2.0 and the ASUS Maximus IV Extreme Z-LGA 1155 Z68 motherboard is a USB 3.0 beast, with lots of USB 3.0 ports. It also has a few ESATA ports, but the only Firewire port was on the front, and not well placed for what I wanted.
Easy enough to fix. I’ve got open slots, so I added a Firewire card. That and an 800-800 Firewire cable and I’ve got much better transfer speeds from the Drobo.