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Reliable external enclosures?

Hi!

I’m thinking about getting another drive enclosure sometime soon. At the moment I have a probox, which I got years ago, and it’s held up okay for all this time. But looking into another one has made it apparent that such cheaper enclosures can have fairly significant issues if they fail, or even significant problems when they’re new out of the box.

Do I need to get a more expensive NAS enclosure if I want decent quality hardware in an external enclosure, or are there more reputable brands that I should be looking at? I wouldn’t actually need NAS functionality, but I do want an enclosure that won’t blow up or cause issues.

While we’re here, what’s the impression on using the ReFS file system with storage spaces? Everything I have is NTFS right now, and I’d like to get away from that

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  1. You could build a self-hosted NAS based on Supermicro mini-towers, Dell Optiplex, and ProLiant microservers. Those machines can be found used thus quite cheap. Just take hardware with as many as possible SATA slots so that you could add more storage at any time. You can find them and much other hardware at [https://www.reddit.com/r/homelabsales/](https://www.reddit.com/r/homelabsales/) subreddit.
    In terms of software, build NAS using pre-built solutions like OMV [https://www.openmediavault.org/](https://www.openmediavault.org/), EasyNAS [https://easynas.org/](https://easynas.org/), Starwinds SAN & NAS [https://www.starwindsoftware.com/free-san-and-nas](https://www.starwindsoftware.com/free-san-and-nas) or use Linux distributive you are familiar with most to configure storage and expose it to the network.

  2. i think you looking for DAS drive solution which is cheaper and support raid. The disadvantage that it connected to one computer unless support multiple computers via usb or thunderbolt. Lacie is one brand comes in mind but it can be expensive. I would recommend getting UPS unless you already have for your computer.

  3. I require USB 3.1 gen2, ability to use any size HDDs, UASP.

    I like this enclosure:

    IB-3805-C31

    [https://icybox.de/en/product.php?id=175](https://icybox.de/en/product.php?id=175)

    But it is difficult to find in stock…

    There is a 2-bay and 10-bay variant as well.