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Synology DiskStation DS420+ 4-Bay NAS Enclosure (Diskless) EXPIRED

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B&H Photo Video has Synology DiskStation DS420+ 4-Bay NAS Enclosure (Diskless) for $399.99 (discount will show in cart). Shipping is free.

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Includes:
  • Synology DiskStation DS420+ 4-Bay NAS Enclosure
  • Accessory Pack
  • AC Power Adapter
  • AC Power Cord
  • 2 x RJ45 LAN Cables
Features:
  • 4 x 3.5/2.5" Bays | 2 x M.2 2280 Slots
  • 2.0 GHz Intel Celeron J4025 Dual-Core
  • 2GB DDR4 RAM
  • 2 x Gigabit Ethernet Ports
  • 2 x USB 3.0 Type-A Ports
  • RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10, Hybrid, Basic, JBOD
  • Sequential Reads up to 226 MB/s
  • Sequential Writes up to 225.74 MB/s
  • AES-NI Hardware Encryption Engine
  • Synology DiskStation Manager OS

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slightly older model, but a very good price on this one.
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This does a good job summarizing the similarities and differences: "Synology DS920+ vs DS420+ NAS 4-Bay – Which Should You Buy? – NAS Compares" https://nascompares.com/synology-...d-you-buy/
Hardware wise,
The 920+ has a faster cpu and more RAM. Go with the 920+

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Wasn't the 920+ $413?

What's the difference
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Wasn't the 920+ $413?

What's the difference
This does a good job summarizing the similarities and differences: "Synology DS920+ vs DS420+ NAS 4-Bay – Which Should You Buy? – NAS Compares" https://nascompares.com/synology-...d-you-buy/
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Wasn't the 920+ $413?

What's the difference
Hardware wise,
The 920+ has a faster cpu and more RAM. Go with the 920+
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https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...y_nas.html

Cheaper than amazon's Prime Day deal.

Deal of the Day - only good 23 June 2021: Synology DiskStation DS420+ 4-Bay NAS Enclosure
$100 coupon applied automatically in cart.
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I can never tell from the model numbers is this better than the one that was on Amazon prime yesterday.

Also is it easier to use an older desktop and how to put additional nvme card support in a desktop to make an NAS
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I can never tell from the model numbers is this better than the one that was on Amazon prime yesterday.

Also is it easier to use an older desktop and how to put additional nvme card support in a desktop to make an NAS
The 920+ from Amazon yesterday was better. It has a better processor with 2 more cores, more built in ram, and an extra year warranty I believe.
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Wasn't the 920+ $413?

What's the difference
Where did you see this?
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Also is it easier to use an older desktop and how to put additional nvme card support in a desktop to make an NAS
It depends on the motherboard but you can usually find PCI and PCI Express expansion slots which you could use to add support for m.2 drives, more sata connections, usb ports, etc. I keep looking at these NAS but I can't justify the cost to performance when compared with my old desktop/server. If you have a old desktop lying around I would definitely recommend this before dropping the money on a NAS... you could even install Synology OS on it if desired.
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It depends on the motherboard but you can usually find PCI and PCI Express expansion slots which you could use to add support for m.2 drives, more sata connections, usb ports, etc. I keep looking at these NAS but I can't justify the cost to performance when compared with my old desktop/server. If you have a old desktop lying around I would definitely recommend this before dropping the money on a NAS... you could even install Synology OS on it if desired.
The time and additional dollars it would take to do the desktop coversion...why not just get a NAS device? Smaller too.
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The time and additional dollars it would take to do the desktop coversion...why not just get a NAS device? Smaller too.
And likely lower electricity cost as well.
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Why is this getting thumbs up?

$13 less than another model that was posted yesterday (and still available for $39 more) that is superior
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