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QNAP TS-932X-2G, 5x 3.5” + 4x 2.5” drive bay, 2GB RAM, Hybrid NAS Enclosure, 3.5” + 2.5” drive bays with dual 10GbE ports £482.64 @ Amazon
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QNAP TS-932X-2G, 5x 3.5” + 4x 2.5” drive bay, 2GB RAM, Hybrid NAS Enclosure, 3.5” + 2.5” drive bays with dual 10GbE ports £482.64 @ Amazon

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Posted 2nd Dec 2019

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The business-class TS-932X is a budget-friendly NAS designed to accommodate five 3.5-inch hard drives and four 2.5-inch SSDs. It is also the first ARM-based NAS that supports Qtier™ technology for efficient auto-tiered storage. As a 9-bay NAS, the compact TS-932X takes up less desktop space compared with other models in the same class, and presents a stylish control panel embellished with brushed-metal aluminum. Featuring dual 10GbE SFP+ ports, the TS-932X provides an excellent blend of speed and affordability to future-proof your IT infrastructure for 10GbE networks.
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Does support nvr? I mean poe ip cameras to this nas with system like nvr
sslesar02/12/2019 18:32

Does support nvr? I mean poe ip cameras to this nas with system like nvr


Every QNAP NAS does. But if supposed to be main function, I suggest Synology. Their surveillance app is far better. (I'm using both systems). If you want network functions and storage - Qnap is slightly better
If you don't mind a warehouse deal id recommend spending another £180 on this (after 20% discount)

QNAP TS-873-8G 8 Bay Desktop NAS Enclosure with 8 GB RAM (GDPR Compliant) amazon.co.uk/dp/…VG0

If you want a faster cpu, more 3. 5 bays, ram(no 10gbe without a pcie card though)

Only one left though so be quick!
Edited by: "Mars104" 2nd Dec 2019
A question from an ignorant person about NASes, but what is the benefit of one of these compared to a standard server, such as one of the cheap HPE proliant servers?
eldaras02/12/2019 20:57

A question from an ignorant person about NASes, but what is the benefit of …A question from an ignorant person about NASes, but what is the benefit of one of these compared to a standard server, such as one of the cheap HPE proliant servers?


Mars10402/12/2019 19:00

If you don't mind a warehouse deal id recommend spending another £180 on …If you don't mind a warehouse deal id recommend spending another £180 on this (after 20% discount) QNAP TS-873-8G 8 Bay Desktop NAS Enclosure with 8 GB RAM (GDPR Compliant) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07BS6QN1J/ref=cm_sw_r_wa_apa_i_W6v5DbRCACVG0If you want a faster cpu, more 3. 5 bays, ram(no 10gbe without a pcie card though) Only one left though so be quick!


Bought! Thanks for the spot I’ve been looking for an upgrade for a full home and streaming box from my old synology and that looks very extensible. I noticed that the 873 has the pcie slots is it worth sticking with the qnap branded cards or can you go with your own manufacturers? Also for 4K streaming which GFX card would you recommend? Sorry for all the questions, I wasn’t expecting to buy such a pro piece of hardware.
eldaras02/12/2019 20:57

A question from an ignorant person about NASes, but what is the benefit of …A question from an ignorant person about NASes, but what is the benefit of one of these compared to a standard server, such as one of the cheap HPE proliant servers?


Mostly your time ime. Software, setup makes up for the difference in price.

Unless you have time and want to learn and tinker.

Also should be more power efficient.
Edited by: "Amar_Nam" 2nd Dec 2019
Amar_Nam02/12/2019 21:37

Mostly your time ime. Software, setup makes up for the difference in …Mostly your time ime. Software, setup makes up for the difference in price.Unless you have time and want to learn and tinker.Also should be more power efficient.


And quiet! My Dell RX210 was so loud that I had to sell it.
I use a NUC. Quiet and powerful
TomKinniburgh02/12/2019 21:23

Bought! Thanks for the spot I’ve been looking for an upgrade for a full h …Bought! Thanks for the spot I’ve been looking for an upgrade for a full home and streaming box from my old synology and that looks very extensible. I noticed that the 873 has the pcie slots is it worth sticking with the qnap branded cards or can you go with your own manufacturers? Also for 4K streaming which GFX card would you recommend? Sorry for all the questions, I wasn’t expecting to buy such a pro piece of hardware.


Congratulations. So i bought an 873 too few days ago, hasn't arrived yet.

I don't know much about the extension cards. 10gbe is out of my reach and im not convinced my use case will benefit from ssd cache yet. I suspect these will be qnap branded only for compatability with qts os.

To stream 4k you don't need a gpu, most modern TVs or devices like the nVidia shield can play 4k directly from the network. The only reason from a media player perspective to get the gpu would be if you want to use the 873 as a media player plugged via hdmi to your TV or to transcode 4k to devices that don't support 4k/the encoding using plex (and a plex pass to unlock hw encoding)

Qnap have a list of supported gpu cards on their site but the msi gtx 1050ti low profile is the daddy £129 amazon.co.uk/dp/…VB1

I suggest binge watching spandotcom/nascompares YouTube channels plenty of great info. Plus there is the qnap forum I'm yet to join.
Edited by: "Mars104" 2nd Dec 2019
Yeah I need to just sink some time into it. I was really happy with my synology for years but it ended up not really being able to handle all the latest devices and I just started to stream everything. I’m back on the nzb side of things again and feel like the much larger full setup will suit me for 5+ years. Tv’s and sound systems have all finally caught up so it’s very possible to scan and watch 4K in 5.1. I also ended up buying 5 of the 4tb hdd for £86 so feeling pretty happy about Black Friday!
TomKinniburgh03/12/2019 00:50

Yeah I need to just sink some time into it. I was really happy with my …Yeah I need to just sink some time into it. I was really happy with my synology for years but it ended up not really being able to handle all the latest devices and I just started to stream everything. I’m back on the nzb side of things again and feel like the much larger full setup will suit me for 5+ years. Tv’s and sound systems have all finally caught up so it’s very possible to scan and watch 4K in 5.1. I also ended up buying 5 of the 4tb hdd for £86 so feeling pretty happy about Black Friday!


Nice one should be a fun project over Xmas. I picked up some elements external drives I plan to shuck
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