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Am I better off buying a $250 NZD pc with an i7 3770 with 16 GB of ddr3 1600mhz ram and add a spare Rx 570 I have to help for transcoding or should I get a pentium g5400 build with 8gb of ddr4 ram, which one will perform better, I can put the Rx 570 in either build since I have it lying around spare but want to know which would be better since the pentium also has better quicksync, both are a similar price, I want the build with the most possible h265 1080p to h264 1080p transcodes possible as I share with alot of my friends.
Hi, Is there a NAS specification/recommendation for running Emby somewhere? I've had Emby running on my main PC and then on a stick PC and they've worked fine for years, but each config has had it's own issue with the way I want to locate and watch my media. I've decided to get a dedicated media NAS that I will keep near my TV (& Roku) and run Emby on, but I can't find any sort of specification or recommendation on what sort of processor, memory, models I should (or should not) consider for my purchase to ensure good performance of a server located on it. Going though the forums each NAS app type obviously has it's own issues (as you'd expect) but there must be some set ups out there that are good? Can anyone please share their NAS spec & experience so I (we) can get some idea which brands/models worth (or not) looking at? The last thing I want to do is fork out a load of cash and find I've bought something which cannot host the server well. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. SMc (Lifetime supporter)