|Item Model Number||TS-351-4G-US|
|Product Dimensions||14.2 x 14.99 x 26.01 cm; 1.64 Kilograms|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||14.2 x 15 x 26 centimetres|
|Computer Memory Type||DDR3 SDRAM|
|Item Weight||1.64 kg|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||10 October 2018|
QNAP TS-351 (4GB RAM) 3-Bay Personal Cloud NAS Ideal for RAID5 Storage Processors (TS-351-4G-US)
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About this item
- Intel Celeron J1800 2-core 2. 41GHz, up to 2. 58GHz, 4GB DDR3L SODIMM RAM (1 x 4GB, 2 DIMMS, max 8GB)
- 3 x 3. 5"/ 2. 5" Sata drive slots, 2 x M. 2 2280 Gen2 (x1) NVMe PCIe Slots, 1 x GbE LAN, USB 3. 0/2. 0, built-in speaker, HDMI
- Build a secure RAID 5 array with three disks for optimized storage capacity and protection against one Disk failing
- H. 264 hardware decoding and real-time transcoding; full HD 1080P Hdmi output for direct multimedia playback
- Install SSDs for cache acceleration with the built-in M. 2 PCIe (Gen2 x1, 5GB/s) NVMe SSD slots
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30% of QNAP users choose RAID 5 arrays for their NAS to provide higher data protection, better system performance and optimized storage utilization. The 3-bay ts-351 not only allows you to build a RAID 5 array on your NAS with the fewest disks, but also features M. 2 SSD slots and efficient auto-tiered storage that realizes optimal system performance. The ts-351 is also a home entertainment portal For streaming and sharing photos, music, and videos throughout your home and beyond. Featuring a minimalist design, the ts-351 can easily fit your home space as a brilliant digital hub! .
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An Advanced Shared Storage Solution
Powered by a 2.41GHz dual-core Intel Celeron J1800 processor, and equipped with two SSD slots, the TS-351 is a very solid unit. Featuring a 3 drive bay form factor the TS-351 can essentially double the capacity of a 2-bay unit in RAID 1 while maintaining redundancy with RAID 5. The features and storage capacity of the TS-351 at this price point make it an excellent choice.
- Intel Celeron J1800 dual core 2.41 GHz processor, up to 2.58 GHz
- 2GB or 4GB DDR3L RAM (max 8GB)
- 2 x M.2 PCIe (Gen2 x1, 5Gbps) NVMe 2280 slots
- 1 x HDMI output
- 1 x Gigabit Ethernet
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Just like any computer, you should try to add the most amount of RAM memory that you can. This one comes with 2gb of RAM, which the factory says it can take up to 8gb. But in some YouTube videos, I watched them put in 16gb of RAM, even from their technician videos.
But that did not work for me, I tried 8gb, 16gb, then just 4gb and it only worked and booted up once. All other attempts failed. I contacted their tech support and they tried to tell me to use a different brand. BRANDS DON'T MATTER AS MUCH as the specs on the RAM sticks. I had exactly what was recommended, and I proved it to them. After about 6 hours of hell, I gave up.
I returned it and ordered the QNAP TS-451+ unit, 4 drives instead of 3. And I watched YouTube videos on that one also, adding 16gb of RAM to this one was a breeze. AND IT WORKS. I've had it now for about 5 days and loving it so far, with many apps to use, I added  4tb drives using RAID 5, so I have a max of 12TB of space. I split it into 3 volumes for Data and Photographs. And then once my data was added, setup Dropbox and ShareFile for a cloud storage. So now I have 3 copies of all the data from 4 computer systems. I also copied data from old drives thru the USB-3 port as an external drive. Worked great. No issues yet.
Immediately installed the Crucial 8GB Kit (4GBx2) DDR3 / DDR3L 1600 MT / s (PC3L-12800), bought in Amazon. I also installed three WD 3Gb Red WD30EFRX disks, turned it on and got it all. Then I bought two Kingston Digital SA1000M8 / 240G A1000 240GB PCIe NVMe M.2 2280 drives from Amazon. I installed them and my QNAP251 did not make a boot ... The Amazon technical service helped. First, I had to make a boot only with SSD M.2 drives and only then connect WD drives. Why so I do not know.
Now when I upload after updates or when I turn off my QNAP, it doesn’t immediately boot. I have to turn it on and off several times! This becomes a very big problem when I'm not at home. I understand, after my last appeal, that this problem is related to SSD drives. Please help me urgently to solve this problem.