“Ryzen NAS” is the first QNAP AMD Ryzen NAS TS-x77 series since November. Since then, it has stepped up business and home productivity with an impressive solution of hardware. Many of its features include software with Turbo Core (up to 3.7 GHz), SSD caching, USB 3.1 Gen 2, support for AMD Radeon and NVIDIA ...
If you want a 4-bay desktop NAS appliance with every conceivable feature then look no further than Qnap’s TS-453B. It combines great storage capabilities with plenty of multimedia apps, Qnap offers a fine range of PCI-Express upgrade cards and the 8GB model we have on review is good value.
The DS2015xs is certainly an unusual storage appliance but is let down by unimpressive IP SAN speeds over MPIO links. However, it’s packed with plenty of storage features, NAS performance is a lot better and it scores highly for value as it delivers integral 10GbE networking at a comparatively low price.
No other vendor can match the DS3615xs for sheer capacity as this is the biggest desktop NAS appliance on the planet. The two design flaws we found knock its scores down slightly but it grabs them back with its huge range of features, massive expansion potential and excellent 10GbE performance.
Synology’s RS3614xs+ delivers an impressive range of enterprise NAS and IP SAN features at a small business price. It offers a high expansion potential, performance over 10GbE is beyond reproach and the new DSM 5.1 promises heaps of new features.