yesterday I finished my build of a new OMV Server with OMV 4.0.14
Specs of my new Server, I can't put a price tag on it, because I salvaged a lot from projects I took apart:
Motherboard (salvaged): AsRock Q1900-ITX
RAM (salvaged): 2 x 4GB 1333MHz DDR3 Non-ECC CL9 SODIMM
External Power Supply (salvaged): Leicke NT33402 90W 12V 7,5A
PSU: Mini-Box picoPSU-160-XT High Power 24 Pin Mini-ITX Power Supply 160W, replaced the PSU witch came with the case
NAS Case: Eolize SVD-NC11-4 mini ITX PC-Gehäuse (4x 3,5 HDD, 2x USB 3.0)for NAS System
Adapter Card M.2: DIGITUS PCle Card auf SATA III + NGFF (M.2), SATA III 6.0 Gbps, Chipsatz ASM1061
M.2-SSD (OMV install Disk): M.2-SSD INTENSO, 128 GB, MLC-FLASH
SSD (salvaged Kingston SV300S37A/60G SSDNow V300 interne SSD 60GB
HDD 1 (salvaged): Toschiba DT01ACA300 3TB SATA6 7200 rpm
HDD 2 (salvaged): Seagate Barracuda ST3000DM001 3TB SATA6 7200 rpm
The M.2 SSD contains the OMV installation, the Kingston SSD is for Nginx and MySql only
The two old (and very noisy) HDDs are for data. They're going to be replaced as soon as possible with real NAS HDDs
The case is a real winner. It's sturdy, has a 200W PSU not really loud, and four HDD Hot Swap cages.
I took the PSU out and replaced it with the PICO PSU, that's why thre is that ugly hole in the back.
I've to find something to close that (suggestions welcome ). The fan is gone by now. It's replaced by a ARCTIC F12 PWM PST on the backside of the case.