|Item Model Number||TS-431KX|
|Product Dimensions||16.1 x 21.9 x 16 cm; 3.47 Kilograms|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||16.1 x 21.9 x 16 centimetres|
|Item Weight||3.47 kg|
|Date First Available||6 May 2020|
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QNAP TS-431KX-2G-US 4 Bay NAS, AnnapurnaLabs AL-214 Quad-core 1.7GHz Processor, 2 GB RAM, 10GbE SFP+ Port
- AnnapurnaLabs AL-214 quad-core 1. 7GHz processor
- Single-port 10GbE port (SFP+)
- 2 X 1GbE
- 3 X USB 3. 2 Gen 1 ports
- 2 GB SODIMM DDR3L Memory (Max 8GB)
- 4 x 3. 5-inch SATA 6Gb/s, 3Gb/s
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The quad-core TS-431KX provides four drive bays for high-capacity storage and memory expansion up to 8GB RAM. With the built-in 10GbE SFP+ port, the TS-431KX delivers high bandwidth required for intensive data transmission. Coupled with the QNAP 10GbE switch, you can easily build a high-speed 10GbE network environment with an affordable budget. The TS-431KX provides comprehensive local, off-site and cloud backup and supports Snapshot technology to help you create a reliable backup and disaster recovery plan. In the event of a system crash or accidental deletion of files, you can quickly restore the system to its normal state. The TS-431KX comes with lockable drive trays, ensuring the drives will not be accidentally removed or fall out and cause data loss.
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The interface is a bit more busy than the Synology DSM 6.2, but over all the UI is very usable and can be customized some. The mobile app for managing is cleaner than the Synology mobile DSM. Setting up the first time you should increase the raid build priority, raising this took the initial synchronization down from 120 hours to 20 hours. I have not put data on the drive so I can't comment on speed, but I am not expecting blazing I am running 4 HDD and no SSD.
To soon to say if they are better than Synology, they are better features per dollar for sure.
Update: It finished the raid build in about 20 hours 4x 14tb Segate x16 drives. At first I was highly disappointed I had two sources one with 10Gb connection and the other with 1Gb, neither alone would go above 1gbps and together only pushed 180MBps.
Feeling disappointed I decided to test read to my desktop which has 10gb and nvme the read was avg 420MBps, then tested write from the same desktop and was able to push avg of 315MBps and spiking to 380MBps.
So if you read this all you know I haven't had it long, it built the array pretty quick and with x16 drives writes at 315MBps and reads at 420MBps with a 10m DAC connected to the SFP+