I like how it looks in pristine condition but how is it going to look with a layer of fine dust in all those black fins.
I'm sure it will be expen$ive, so free maid service every six months should be included.
Your model says 4GB soldered, If you have 8GB Total, the 1 available slot has a 4GB module for 8GB total. ( Your models says it accepts 4 + 8 =12GB)
If I was in your shoes I would try to buy a single 16GB stick and see if it goes. (4 + 16 =20GB)...
Make sure that it's a non electrically conductive paste. (clean the chip area well to make sure you didn't cause a problem when you put the waterblock on)
Don't mix paste with thermal tape, the grease eats the tape.
What would be nice is if the ADATA SSD Toolbox and Migration Utility would work on ADATA drives in an external enclosure.
I am not poking at ADATA alone, other manufacturers like Crucial/Micron and Samsung have the same issue.
If you want to upgrade the firmware prior to deployment...
It may not be in its complete polished form but you can get it now HERE: just be sure to force run the updates and patches, all of which I believe will auto update when the official release is made, without needing to wipe and redo.
Current version with updates is up to: 19041.264...
Make sure BOTH units are on the same firmware.
1st in Router mode
2nd in AiMesh mode.
Setup first one the way you like it, save settings and import them to second one. (this is for twin models only)
Once you click the 2nd one in AiMesh mode, the routers will adjust on their own.
Just found this in post #89
*You can check your current partition size using the command:
admin@RT-AC68U:/tmp/home/root# df -h
If you have a 32MB partition, jffs will also be around 32MB. If you have upgraded to 64MB, jffs will show something closer to 64MB.
Note in Lazymocha's Guide...
look at post #39 2nd section regarding how using older firmware was used to do the expansion. Do you remember this???
I don't know the putty command to look this up directly. SEE Post #12 below.
I'm assuming you did this first go around but if 384.3 does not flash then this might be the...