What do you think makes a better NAS, a Raspberry or an Orange Pi ?
I have an Argon 40 case for my Pi4. It has a metal body for passive cooling and a built-in fan. I've heard the fan come on only a couple of times, very briefly. In addition, it has a soft power button, which can be invaluable to avoid data loss if you're forced to reset.It seems that there are good chances to get my hands on a Raspberry Pi 4 with 4GB RAM and 64GB SanDisk card, from someone who no longer needs it.
Because I don't know at all how these Pi's work, I would like to ask you... How much do they heat up? Do they need a fan? Because I really wouldn't like to have a fan that buzzes all the time... Or, does this Pi turn on the fan only when needed? Would a passive cooling with just a radiator be enough for the NAS function? What power does it consume in idle?
I'm not familiar with the Neo, but it's one of the most recommended cases. Metal dissipates heat so quickly that the fan scarcely needs to come on. It's temperature controlled. With my Argon 40, the Pi fits into the case and onto the internal connectors, which takes care of the fan and power button.From Argon I only like the NEO Case. I need something small. But the fact that it doesn't have any air vent makes me think. Even if the metal case is used as a radiator, won't hot air accumulate inside, which has nowhere to escape?
Where can a fan be connected to the Raspberry Pi 4 board? Is it temperature controlled? Is it completely off when the temperature is low?
I don't understand... NEO has a fan ? I don't see any fans in the pictures... They say it's a pasive cooling.
I can't find the case called "Argon40" on their website. Can you give me a link to the case you are referring to?
From memory, webmin defaults to being setup on port 10000I looked at his presentation page and it seems like a great idea. But I would like to ask you something... If it is configured on the web, it means that it works on port 80, right ? And then, if I want to host a website on it, how can I access it, as the http server also use port 80 ? Some time ago I tested OpenMediaVault, which is also configured on through web, and my http server stopped working. I had to uninstall it and configure my Samba manually...