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WD My Cloud Pro Series PR4100 - Black, 32TB £830.99 @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive)
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WD My Cloud Pro Series PR4100 - Black, 32TB £830.99 @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive)

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Posted 15th Jul

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Not for eveyone due to high price and capacity, but bargain considering the case and that includes 4x 8TB

With a 1.6GHz quad-core Intel Pentium N3710 processor, 4GB of DDR3L RAM, and built-in video transcoding, you get a multi-purpose media server with the power to stream in HD, capacity to store all your raw files and sharing capabilities to collaborate with ease.

Optimized for the Plex media server, your HD videos are prepared for streaming whenever you need them, on any compatible device.
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Very good value but a niche product on here and won’t attract the heat it fully deserves. This is a bargain!
Been looking at this all day :/
And it’s gone now anyway.
I was looking at how much hosting via s3 would be for direct transcoding and storage. It’s around 100gbp year if paid in advance. I can’t see why owning is as appealing anymore.
24tb is now down to 642gbp.
Weird that 32 just disappearded supposed to be there for a few hours more but the product is not even listed
Keep refreshing, it comes and goes.
TomKinniburgh15/07/2019 17:00

I was looking at how much hosting via s3 would be for direct transcoding …I was looking at how much hosting via s3 would be for direct transcoding and storage. It’s around 100gbp year if paid in advance. I can’t see why owning is as appealing anymore.


Interested to know how this would work. I.e. can you host a Plex server on this and how is performance, etc? I would love to move everything truly to the cloud.
uk_lawyer15/07/2019 17:27

Interested to know how this would work. I.e. can you host a Plex server on …Interested to know how this would work. I.e. can you host a Plex server on this and how is performance, etc? I would love to move everything truly to the cloud.


I have one of these but now using freenas on an old server instead. Cheaper buying a used pc, throwing In a bunch of hard drives and installing freenas for free (no windows needed). Supports Plex and will do a better job because better hardware.
Edited by: "TheFrommest" 15th Jul
TheFrommest15/07/2019 20:44

I have one of these but now using freenas on an old server instead. …I have one of these but now using freenas on an old server instead. Cheaper buying a used pc, throwing In a bunch of hard drives and installing freenas for free (no windows needed). Supports Plex and will do a better job because better hardware.


But what about the running costs? Isn't it significantly higher than a dedicated NAS? Also, thinking about apps like Sonarr / Radarr etc
uk_lawyer15/07/2019 22:09

But what about the running costs? Isn't it significantly higher than a …But what about the running costs? Isn't it significantly higher than a dedicated NAS? Also, thinking about apps like Sonarr / Radarr etc


Wouldn't think there's that much in it, suppose it's what you have to pay for better quality video.
uk_lawyer15/07/2019 22:09

But what about the running costs? Isn't it significantly higher than a …But what about the running costs? Isn't it significantly higher than a dedicated NAS? Also, thinking about apps like Sonarr / Radarr etc


Something like this with 2/3 more hard drives would run freenas really well but check over specs n YouTube videos on freenas bargainhardware.co.uk/del…978 bit DIY but cheap
TheFrommest15/07/2019 22:49

Something like this with 2/3 more hard drives would run freenas really …Something like this with 2/3 more hard drives would run freenas really well but check over specs n YouTube videos on freenas https://www.bargainhardware.co.uk/dell-poweredge-t410-6x-3-5-lff-tower-server?c_b=2978 bit DIY but cheap


Appreciate the advice!
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