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    QNAP 10G switches - any good ?

    I'm thinking of getting a 10Gbit switch - looking for something small, quiet and that won't break the bank. Doesn't need to be managed. Has anyone here used the QNAP QSW-1208-8C or QSW-804-4C ? They seem just right in terms of offering a reasonable mix of copper and SFP+ ports - and the price...
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    Need Some NAS advice

    I've been looking at buying a NAS for a few weeks and I think I'm going to go with Synology (but I'm open to QNAP) Originally I thought of the TVS-882, but I've got concerns about drive and fan noise (80mm fans) from that unit. What I like about it is the slots dedicated for an SSD Cache...
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    Synology or QNAP for Crashplan Pro?

    So I'd like to use a NAS that's under $500 (without HDD, I plan on puttting the 8TB reds in) that can work as a headless device to upload my archived projects/files onto my crashplan pro account. Looking for 2 bay but 4 would be preferable. Is there a device you guys would recommend? I'm open...
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    Do I pick Synology DS151 deal or wait?

    I see there is a deal on newegg for Synology DS1517. Considering that I want to get a 4 or 5 bay NAS, how worth it is this deal? I'm still generally debating whether to use a single disk directly attached storage that i already have, or get a NAS. The benefits of NAS as i see it are RAID...
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    QNAP TVS-x73 series NAS

    http://www.guru3d.com/news-story/qnap-tvs-x73-series-nasis-once-again-amd-powered.html This is the same processor as in the Smach Z handheld, but no indication if it is configured for the full 35w or is reduced. The diagram does indicate some sort of very low profile heatsink/fan assembly...
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