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NOONTEC-TerraMaster F2-220 NAS Server $139

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NOONTEC-TerraMaster F2-220 NAS Server $139 [newegg.com]

Intel Dual Core 2.41 GHz CPU with 2GB Ram
Read/write speed more than 100MB/s.
Capacity of up to 16TB supports 3.5 inch SATA, 2.5 inch SATA & 2.5 inch SSD
Supports RAID 0, RAID 1, JBOD
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Created 07-17-2017 at 10:42 AM by seriousjack4
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Read/write speed more than 100MB/s laugh out loud

Guessing this NAS isn't up to snuff
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Read/write speed more than 100MB/s laugh out loud

Guessing this NAS isn't up to snuff
Note that network gigabit's throughput is limited (theoretical) to 125 MB/s. If one reads it as written, MB/s is megabytes per second, that's pretty fast. SATA 6 Gps is 600 MB/s and SATA 3 is 300 MB/s (interface limitation). However, if they used it incorrectly and it is megabits then...yes, it's slow.
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Apparently this nas can run Windows Home Server, Xpenology, etc. I like that the ram is also upgrade-able and the case is aluminum. Considering this, but really want a 4 bay.
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Note that network gigabit's throughput is limited (theoretical) to 125 MB/s. If one reads it as written, MB/s is megabytes per second, that's pretty fast. SATA 6 Gps is 600 MB/s and SATA 3 is 300 MB/s (interface limitation). However, if they used it incorrectly and it is megabits then...yes, it's slow.
I was thinking 100 MB/s local->local
But then again that'd be a useless metric for the targeted audience.
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Thanks OP
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Apparently this nas can run Windows Home Server, Xpenology, etc. I like that the ram is also upgrade-able and the case is aluminum. Considering this, but really want a 4 bay.
It can. I have put FreeNas, OpenMediaVault, Fedora, and Windows Server on it. I am currently using it with OMV because I liked it the best. It's a very good buy for the money.I couldn't get Xpenology to work but I think that's because I did something wrong.
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