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QNAP TS-453D-4G 4 Bay NAS for $499 at Amazon

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QNAP TS-453D-4G 4 Bay NAS (2020 Model) is usually priced at $576.

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Intel Celeron J4125 quad-core 2.0 GHz processor (burst up to 2.7 GHz)
Intel HD Graphics 600
4GB SO-DIMM DDR4 (Max 8GB)
4 x 3.5-inch drive bays (Diskless)
2 x 2.5GbE ports
1 x PCIe Gen 2 slot
3 x USB 2.0 ports
2 x USB 3.2 Gen 1 ports
1 x HDMI output

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Last Edited by HenryTheNoodle September 28, 2020 at 06:15 PM
No SSD ports built in but at least it has an expansion slot.

https://www.storagereview.com/rev...nas-review

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Must wait for Synology. Qnap keeps having small sales but Synology never seems to go on sale.
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based on the feature set, or more importantly for longer term the hardware and connection options that are far better than Synology's comparable options like the 920+ makes me lean toward this QNAP solution and this recent cost savings is likely going to be push me to make the purchase. I still feel like warranted or not the Synology's are "safer" from the recent malware and other intrusions which gives me pause.
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What are these used for?
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I have this NAS, it keep going offline almost daily ...
I guess Synology would have better reliability
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I have a 6 bay version of this NAS and it is amazing! I upgraded memory to 32 GB, have multiple virtual machines and Docker containers running as well as QVR Pro, Qsync, Qvpn and whole bunch of other QNAP apps and the NAS handles everything without any hiccups.

This model comes with 3 years of warranty. I extended it to 5 years using my Citi Costco card that gives 2 extra years.
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I have a 6 bay version of this NAS and it is amazing! I upgraded memory to 32 GB, have multiple virtual machines and Docker containers running as well as QVR Pro, Qsync, Qvpn and whole bunch of other QNAP apps and the NAS handles everything without any hiccups.

This model comes with 3 years of warranty. I extended it to 5 years using my Citi Costco card that gives 2 extra years.
This may be a really dumb question. I have the Costco Citi card and I thought it only extended the warranty on Costco purchases, not just anything the card was used on.
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based on the feature set, or more importantly for longer term the hardware and connection options that are far better than Synology's comparable options like the 920+ makes me lean toward this QNAP solution and this recent cost savings is likely going to be push me to make the purchase. I still feel like warranted or not the Synology's are "safer" from the recent malware and other intrusions which gives me pause.
QNAP seems to have great hardware. I like some of there choices especially 6 bay choices, but they don't have synology hybrid raid or Btrfs those to me are the killer features that make Synology the better choice at this time.
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This may be a really dumb question. I have the Costco Citi card and I thought it only extended the warranty on Costco purchases, not just anything the card was used on.
The card adds additional 2 years warranty to the purchase, no matter where you purchased it. I confirmed with Citi CS.
Now you can go ahead and rep me. Smilie
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I wonder what's new when compared with the TS453Be.
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This may be a really dumb question. I have the Costco Citi card and I thought it only extended the warranty on Costco purchases, not just anything the card was used on.
The credit card's terms and conditions don't mention that extended warranty applies to costco purchases only.
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Look for Synology on Amazon Warehouse.

https://www.amazon.com/s?k=synolo..._sb_noss_1

For example 5 bay for $485

https://smile.amazon.com/gp/offer...dition=ALL
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compare with Asustor Nimbustor AS5304T
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I wonder what's new when compared with the TS453Be.
https://nascompares.com/2020/06/1...re-review/

The highlights:
-Newer CPU by about 3 years (higher turbo frequency + DDR4 instead of DDR3, so higher peak performance)
-HDMI 2.0 port for 4K60 output
-Dual 2.5Gbe ethernet out of the box
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