December 03, 2004
Aaron Shephard wanted to build a low power consumption and cost effective file server, so dug deeo into his parts bin to create the rather aptly named "TERA-ITX". This rather nifty device can store over 1.1TB of data across 5 internally mounted 250GB drives, and is powered by a humble EPIA M10000. He sent pictures so we could all see his handiwork.
Aaron Shephard's "TERA-ITX"
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