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Dec 18,  · To make a more proper NAS case Lian-Li should eliminated the floor HDD mounting, extend the drive cage all the way down, and put a second fan in the front. The Egg hasthe Lian Li PC-Q26 . Oct 24,  · Inside the PC-Q26 there is room for a single Mini-ITX motherboard and graphics cards up to 19 cm long. Hopefully, you don’t intend on mounting a graphics card in this case, though, as it has a Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins. Jan 13,  · Drives: 3x WD Red NAS 3 TB, 4x WD Green 3 TB. Power Supply: SeaSonic Platinum Series SSFL2 Fanless, Active PFC. Case: Lian Li PC-Q26 with 5x mm fans and room for 10 ” drives. FreeNAS: TrueNAS, four disks in RaidZ1 (remaining disks for backup) Boot Device: Transcend ’32 GB’ SSD.

 

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Dec 18,  · To make a more proper NAS case Lian-Li should eliminated the floor HDD mounting, extend the drive cage all the way down, and put a second fan in the front. The Egg hasthe Lian Li PC-Q26 . Oct 24,  · Inside the PC-Q26 there is room for a single Mini-ITX motherboard and graphics cards up to 19 cm long. Hopefully, you don’t intend on mounting a graphics card in this case, though, as it has a Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins. Jan 13,  · Drives: 3x WD Red NAS 3 TB, 4x WD Green 3 TB. Power Supply: SeaSonic Platinum Series SSFL2 Fanless, Active PFC. Case: Lian Li PC-Q26 with 5x mm fans and room for 10 ” drives. FreeNAS: TrueNAS, four disks in RaidZ1 (remaining disks for backup) Boot Device: Transcend ’32 GB’ SSD.
 
 
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Thread starter Glorious1 Start date Jan 22, Status Not open for further replies. Glorious1 Neophyte Sage. Joined Nov 23, Messages 1, Just in case anyone else considers this combination: When I was planning my build I settled on the above Lian Li case a decision I’m very happy with and considered the above motherboard. Since the case holds 11 one 2. I wasn’t sure the longer board would fit. Lian Li told me it would. I also asked ASRock.

Turns out they actually got a case from Lian Li and installed it to verify. A bit late, but that is some customer service. It seems that on mechanical perspective, they are compatible — as you can see the photos below. Thank you for introducing this chassis combination to us and we hope you enjoy using our E3CD4IS! Last edited: Jan 22, Ericloewe Not-very-passive-but-aggressive Moderator. Joined Feb 15, Messages 17, Now that is customer support. I’m anxious to see their future line-up, I get the feeling it’ll be head to head with Supermicro’s.

Joined Mar 25, Messages 19, I tried to get a Q26 from Lian-Li. In particular I wanted to see what the cooling of the drives would be like Joined Aug 2, Messages Joined Sep 24, Messages Wow, wish I had known this.

I might have gone this route for my first build. Darren Myers Neophyte Sage. Joined Oct 2, Messages Well that IS a nice case, fitting 12 hdds thats a pretty decent setup, put 2 of them together one with a motherboard another with just drives and you got 20 hdds and plenty of space.

The only problem with that case assuming cooling is OK – and besides the cost is that the backplanes they’re pushing aren’t appropriate for hot plugging. They’re cost-downed versions of the backplane they use in their two-bay hot-swap chassis.

Joined Jan 26, Messages I contacted ASRock support inquiring about the mounting hole locations on that board because I want to use that same case.

They sent me those same pictures and answered all my other questions. The only thing that board is missing for me is a sata dom power connector, but not a deal breaker though. Just ordered all the parts but now have nothing to put it all in when it all arrives.

Last edited: Feb 4, The case is finally in stock at Newegg again. Turned out pretty good. Cable management wasn’t too bad. The second LSI mini-sas port, which is horizontal for some odd reason, needed to have sff connected before the power supply was installed. Other than that a perfect fit.

As far as cooling goes, I did replace the Lian-Li fans with Cougar. I’m using rpm Western Digital SE drives and they run a little warm. With smart fan enabled in the bios I had one or 2 hit 46 degrees. The spec sheet for my drives state the max operating temp is 55 degrees although I didn’t feel that comfortable leaving it like that. I set the 3 fans facing the drives at full blast which dropped the drive temps down between degrees.

I will fine tune the fans a later point. Last edited: Mar 27, Wow you really filled that baby up. What kind of fan settings do you have in IPMI? I only have 7x rpm drives in there. Standard usually runs the fans at about , which is fine at idle. But when doing long tests or scrub, it doesn’t ramp up steeply enough and things warm up a bit more than I would like.

I’m not sure it ever gets warm enough to bump up the speed from there. Full fan speed would cool a small nuclear reactor, but then the sound is noticeable. And keep in mind, there are vents and mounting spots for two more exhaust fans in that case, for a total of 6! I’m curious about the photo of the back side.

Looks like you have all the drives running from SFF cables, but there could only be 8 right? The SATA cables must look similar at that end.

Re the backplanes, they do offer 2-bay and 3-bay backplanes separately. Since they both require two power connections, the 2-bay is better in my opinion. So I got four of them, which with the one included, handles all the drives. As Eric says, you probably wouldn’t want to do a real hot swap though. Just a bit more convenient. Tywin Member. Joined Sep 19, Messages Ericloewe said:.

Glorious1 said:. View attachment View attachment Yes it was frozencpu, several months ago. I actually asked Lian Li and that’s who they sent me to. Sounds like a lot more fine control of fan speeds, even if you have to do it in the BIOS.

Tywin said:. For a passive backplane, is not the only concern whether the SATA connectors have the correct staggered contacts? Don’t know what an inrush limiter looks like, but it doesn’t look recessed.

It’s a good question. All I know is the following: Backplanes without the recessed connections and without inrush limiters do not work when hot swapping. Backplanes with both work fine. No backplane I’ve seen has the inrush limiter but not the recessed contacts. From what I can tell from their pictures, their backplanes have neither. Of course, if any PC-Q26 owners would care to grab a flashlight and check out the backplanes from the drive side to confirm, I’d appreciate the information.

View attachment I haven’t dug into the actual specification, but the Wikipedia summary indicates that the power side of hot-swapping is on the drives themselves, while the data side requires a SATA controller with hot-swap support. This correlates with my prior understanding. That’s not to say a backplane can’t also have soft-start or inrush-limiting functionality, I just don’t read it as being necessary.

Robin Neophyte Sage.

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