I thought this would be a good place to ask this since all the computer storage deals tend to have a lot of insight!
I current have way too many harddrives between two computers and I want to simplify everything and have one computer, and a few drives. I'm not entirely sure what would be the best method of doing things. I guess I will explain what I do first. I do photography, videography and animation (and webdesign but that doesn't really apply here) and all those things take up quite a lot of storage and run effectively when using an SSD.
I was thinking having a NVME for OS and programs, a SSD for working files and a NAS or RAID option for backing up files. Does this make sense or are there better alternatives out there? I've looked online but we dont have a lot of the options they have here, and I'm not too keen on importing things during these times.
Thanks in advance!
If you have enough drives you'll be able to use Storage Space built into Windows 10 to build a JBOD with or without redundancy without additional costs. Maybe you could piles the drive into the second machine and then use it as a NAS if they don't all fit into one computer?