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W5000 graphics drivers for 1920 by 1200
Well, when it is all said and done. I got mine from a newegg refurb for $250 and I like it Smile
I got mine (W4000) for a great price ($160.00) from Newegg... I upped it to 8 gigs of memory and set it up with the original SSD and then cloned that onto a SAMSUNG 850 EVO 2.5" 250GB SATA III and keep the original 64 gig as a back up just in case. The set up took a couple weeks of spare time here and there but the clone took all of 15 mins using my Sabrent EC-HDD2. Works like a charm. The idea of a MAC guy using a WSS NAS is a crazy one, but I did it anyway. I have installed (2) 4 Tb Seagate Ironwolf NAS drives and (2) 3Tb Hitachi drives into this. Loading my 14 years of Digital DSLR images on this so I can access them everywhere instead of the 30 various HD's (80 gig to 1Tb) to physically go through. Thinking of replacing a 3 Tb drive for a 6 Tb as the Back Up drive next. Will clone the 3TB onto the 6Tb with the Sabrent EC-HDD2 as well.

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