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Joe_Miner

Any experience & suggestions for a 4k BluRay Optical drive that would fit in the top of the MicroServer?

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cskenney

I’m curious as well and what software is used with it.

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schoondoggy

Looks like BU40N and BU50N are popular 9.5mm drives that appear to support 4k.

59 minutes ago, cskenney said:

I’m curious as well and what software is used with it.

Software for playback or ripping?

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Joe_Miner
4 hours ago, cskenney said:

I’m curious as well and what software is used with it.

I'm thinking PowerDVD 18 but I'm open to suggestions......

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Joe_Miner
I'm thinking PowerDVD 18 but I'm open to suggestions......
Got one on order as well as a 32" 4k monitor -- I'm sure the grandkids will love it

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Joe_Miner

What size of screw fits this hole -- in order to hold the ODD Clip in place in the Gen10?

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schoondoggy

I think the hole is for an M3 countersunk, but the Gen8 ODD bracket does not work in the Gen10. I tried mounting the bracket upside down after drilling a small hole in it that aligns to the mounting hole in the chassis. I used a nylon screw to secure it, so as to not have any metal dust. It works, but it is not something I can manufacture. There are 3D printer plans for brackets that will work.

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I think the hole is for an M3 countersunk, but the Gen8 ODD bracket does not work in the Gen10. I tried mounting the bracket upside down after drilling a small hole in it that aligns to the mounting hole in the chassis. I used a nylon screw to secure it, so as to not have any metal dust. It works, but it is not something I can manufacture. There are 3D printer plans for brackets that will work.
Thanks, watching the granddaughters today will talk more later

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Joe_Miner

Looks like a M4 is close though a little loose -- M5 is too big.

 

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