3 motherboards in 1 case

By Tashammer
Jul 11, 2006
  1. Kevin16

    Kevin16 TS Rookie Posts: 92

    NAS actually stands for "Network-attached Storage" and basically it's a server that only provides file sharing across the network. This lets you share data across networked computers without having the media in a separate computer. The NAS does not have to be in your rig. It just has to be hooked up to your network.

    NAS is an easy way to add more storage to your network without having to shut down your main server.
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