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  1. LoneWolf3574

    DS918+, is the OS located on the M.2 SSD?

    I'm looking at upgrading to the DS918+ from my DS413 due to the failure of a third power supply giving out in the 6+ years I've owned it, however, this time the 4pin connector into the NAS shorted and nearly caused a fire, melting the plug into the NAS. I've done a quick skim of what information...
  2. B

    M.2 version Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX201 card gets FCC certified

    On January 28 the FCC published Intel's application for the M.2 version of their Wi-Fi 6 AX201 network adapter, with model name AX201NGW. In the process some specs got confirmed: 802.11ax support in both bands Uses M.2 2230 form factor 2 antenna's for 2x2 MIMO 5 GHz band supports 160 MHz...
  3. Skeptical.me

    QM2-2S M.2 2280 SSD PCIe Card opinions?

    I've just purchased the QM2-2S card for my TS-253Be and I'm just wondering if anyone here has installed it or the pricier QM2-2S10G1T (edit : not compatible) or QM2-2P10G1T with 10 GbE Network port. Have you found significant performance increases as advertised? I chose the cheaper option as I...
  4. Julio Urquidi

    QNAP Adds High-End SOHO NAS To Its 3-Bay RAID 5 Line-Up

    Targeting the small office/home office crowd, QNAP’s 3-bay TS-351 is powered by an Intel Celeron J1800 dual-core 2.41 GHz processor (burst up to 2.58 GHz) and available in 2 GB and 4 GB dual-channel DDR3L models (both upgradable to 8 GB). The TS-351 also comes with two M.2 PCIe slots supporting...
  5. Julio Urquidi

    QNAP’s TS-332X Includes 10 GbE SFP+, Three M.2 SSD Slots

    Powered by QNAP’s QTS operating system and AnnapurnaLabs Alpine AL-324 quad-core 1.7 GHz Cortex-A57 processor, the 3-bay TS-332X tower NAS is available in two models configured with either 2GB or 4GB DDR4 RAM (expandable to 16 GB). Along with two GbE ports, the TS-332X comes with a 10 GbE SFP+...
  6. Julio Urquidi

    New QNAP QM2 PCIe Cards Support Up To Four SSDs

    QNAP’s latest set of QM2 PCIe expansion cards include models that support up to four M.2 SSDs, providing different to ways to use additional flash memory, including SSD caching, data tiering, or just adding more capacity. Designed for use with QNAP’s own PCIe slot equipped NAS products, the...