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QNAP QSW-804-4C 8-Port 10 Gigabit Ethernet Unmanaged Switch EXPIRED

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BH Photo Video has QNAP QSW-804-4C 8-Port 10 Gigabit Ethernet Unmanaged Switch on sale for $359. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

Features:
  • 4 x 10G SFP+ Fiber Ports
  • 4 x 10G SFP+ / RJ45 Combo Ports
  • 160 Gb/s Switching Capacity
  • Desktop/Rackmount Form Factor
  • 27K MAC Address Caching Capacity
  • 8 x Priority Queues
  • Up to 9K Packet Size Jumbo Frame
  • Dedicated LED Indicators
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Our research indicates that at the time of this post, the QNAP QSW-804-4C 8-Port 10 Gigabit Ethernet Unmanaged Switch is $129.93 lower (~26.5% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $488.93. -Corwin

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Instead of bickering like two guys at a NetApp conference, can you guys add anything interesting to this purchase? Jezz..yes, you guys know your stuff.
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If someone is doing any sort of hypervisor with SAN/NAS you need 10G to do remote storage adequately
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Was trying to show a purpose, now for math a Gigabit port maximum transfer rate is 125/MBs so a single 10k RPM platter drive can do transfer rate of 200/MBs so you're being bottled necked unless you go atleast a dual trunked port.

2 of those drives in RAID-0 could saturate 4 gigabit ports, let alone anything with a flash array could get to a point to bottleneck 10GB networks
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That's actually a pretty sweet deal considering it has 4 10Gb ports. (Plus sfp+)

Most only have 2 10Gb ports.

Wish I had the extra cash, but just blew it on a 4k monitor yesterday...
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Never saw 10gig switches on slickdeals before. Here's hoping these are under $50 (for 5port versions) in the next 2-3 years.
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That's actually a pretty sweet deal considering it has 4 10Gb ports. (Plus sfp+)

Most only have 2 10Gb ports.

Wish I had the extra cash, but just blew it on a 4k monitor yesterday...
8. It has EIGHT 10Gb ports.
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8. It has EIGHT 10Gb ports.
Holy ballz. 4 of those sfp+ are also 10Gb rj45 combo ports.

This is a good deal
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Great deal
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I already have a 10g card. Just need to get the 10g NAS.
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What is this used for beyond a normal gigabit switch? What's the real world benefit?
If someone is doing any sort of hypervisor with SAN/NAS you need 10G to do remote storage adequately
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QNAP QSW-308-1C and QSW-303S devices should be out soon... At much more affordable price-point... Hard decision to buy QSW-804-4C now, or wait until 301-1C is available...
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Less than a month ago I ran fiber in my house and put in a 4 port mikrotik sfp+ switch to connect my desktop and esxi host. I probably would have went this route for future expandability and a 10gbps copper option without needing RJ-45 sfp+ adapters. Some high end gaming/workstation motherboards are including 10gbps copper now which would have mitigated my need for having an add in fiber NIC. All this said, the mikrotik switch was half the price (half the ports) and it working just fine.
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If someone is doing any sort of hypervisor with SAN/NAS you need 10G to do remote storage adequately
This is not a true statement. Many small/medium businesses run iSCSI over dual or quad gigabit in production all day.
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This is not a true statement. Many small/medium businesses run iSCSI over dual or quad gigabit in production all day.
Was trying to show a purpose, now for math a Gigabit port maximum transfer rate is 125/MBs so a single 10k RPM platter drive can do transfer rate of 200/MBs so you're being bottled necked unless you go atleast a dual trunked port.

2 of those drives in RAID-0 could saturate 4 gigabit ports, let alone anything with a flash array could get to a point to bottleneck 10GB networks
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Was trying to show a purpose, now for math a Gigabit port maximum transfer rate is 125/MBs so a single 10k RPM platter drive can do transfer rate of 200/MBs so you're being bottled necked unless you go atleast a dual trunked port.

2 of those drives in RAID-0 could saturate 4 gigabit ports, let alone anything with a flash array could get to a point to bottleneck 10GB networks
Not only that but I know my 8 drive HD array NAS could saturate 10g and that was before I added write cache SSDs
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