|Item model number||TVS-951X-8G-US|
|Item Weight||7.78 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.82 x 8.86 x 7.17 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||8.82 x 8.86 x 7.17 inches|
|Flash Memory Size||2|
|Hard Drive Interface||Serial ATA|
|Hard Drive Rotational Speed||1|
QNAP TVS-951X-8G-US 5+4 Bay NAS Intel Celeron Dual-Core 1.8 GHz, 8GB DDR4 with 1 X 10GbE Nbase-T LAN, 1 X GbE LAN, 1 x HDMI
|Wireless Communication Technology||Wi-Fi|
|Hard Disk Description||Solid State Hard Drive|
|Hard Disk Interface||Serial ATA|
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- Intel Celeron 3865U dual-core 1.8 GHz, 2GB DDR4 (2 x 4GB) SODIMM RAM ( 2 slots, Max 32GB)
- 5 x 3.5" And 4 x 2.5" Drive slots, 1 x 10GbE NBASE-T LAN, 1 x GbE LAN, 1 x HDMI V1.4B, 3 x USB 3.0, hardware encryption, built-in speaker
- A single 10GBase-T/NBASE-T port provides 10GbE connectivity for accelerating virtualization tasks and file sharing
- Qtier technology and SSD caching enable 24/7 optimized storage efficiency
- Snapshots fully record the system status and data, allowing you to protect files and data from accidental deletion and malware attacks
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From the manufacturer
With it’s unique 9-bay design, enable SSD Caching and Auto Data Tiering with Qtier technology to optimize storage efficiency and increase data transfer speeds.
Faster than Ever
With 10GbE connectivity built-in, easily upgrade your network environment and increase data transfers. Empower tasks like virtualization and simultaneous data transfers.
The Powerful TVS-951X
The TVS-951X is powered by a 7th-generation Intel Celeron 3865U processor, with 2GB/8GB DDR4 dual-channel memory (up to 32GB). The hybrid drive bay design featured in this model includes five 3.5-inch drive bays for large capacity HDDs and four 2.5-inch SSD bays for impressive performance which make this NAS ideal for QNAP’s caching and Qtier technology. Additionally the TVS-951X features a built-in 10GBASE-T/NBASE-T port for you to build a 10GbE high-speed network environment to better utilize your SSD performance.
- 7th Gen Intel Celeron 3865U processor
- 2GB / 8GB DDR4 RAM (max 32GB)
- 1 x 10GBASE-T 10GbE
- Unique 9-bay form factor
- Caching and tiering support
- USB one-touch-copy
- Snapshot support
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|Hard Disk Size||8 GB||—||8.0 GB||—||4.0 GB|
|Hardware Interface||USB 3.0||USB, SATA 6.0 Gb/s||Thunderbolt||USB, Ethernet, HDMI||SATA 6.0 Gb/s|
|Item Dimensions||8.82 x 8.86 x 7.17 inches||11 x 11 x 11 inches||11 x 10.4 x 7.4 inches||8.9 x 6.69 x 6.61 inches||11.01 x 10.4 x 7.41 inches|
|Item Weight||7.78 lbs||7.94 lbs||14.40 lbs||4.98 lbs||12.28 lbs|
Specifications Mfr Part Number: TVS-951X-8G-US hardware: CPU: Intel Celeron 3865U processor (1.8GHz, DUAL Core) encryption acceleration: AES-NI graphics:&NBSP; intel HD Graphics 610 system memory: 8GB DDR4 (2x 4 GB) maximum memory: 32GB (2x 16 GB) memory slots: &NBSP; 2x SODIMM DDR4, with dual-channel support flash memory: 512MB DOM drive Type: 5x 3.5-Inch SATA 6GB/s HDD, 4x 2.5-Inch SATA 6GB/s SSD drive compatibility: ã‚¬¹3.5-Inch bays: 3.5" Sata 6GB/s HDD, 2.5" Sata 6GB/s HDD, 2.5" Sata 6GB/s SSD 2.5-Inch bays: 2.5" Sata 6GB/s SSD LAN Port: 1x RJ45 LAN Port, 1x RJ45 10GBase-T, supporting 10G/5G/2.5G/1G/100M speeds USB: &NBSP; 3x USB 3.0 ports (2 rear, 1 front) USB one touch copy: &NBSP; front - USB 3.0 type-a port HDMI output: &NBSP; 1x HDMI V1.4B, up to 4096 x 2304, 24 Hz IR sensor: &NBSP; yes, supporting QNAP rm-ir004 remote Control (optional purchase) audio: &NBSP; 1x speaker, 1x 3.5mm line out jack,&NBSP; alarm buzzer LED indicators: status/ power, LAN, USB, HDD 1 - 5, SSD 1 - 4 buttons: Power, reset, USB One-touch-copy system warning: alarm buzzer and Voice prompts sound level: sound pressure(lpam) - 17.6 dBA) operating system: QTS 4.3.4 (embedded LINUX) ã‚¬¹network & Virtual Switch: TCP/IP - dual stack (IPv4 and IPv6) jumbo frame (failover, multi-IP settings, port trunking/NIC teaming) DHCP server and client USB Wi-Fi adapter Virtual switch Virtual switch editing in virtualization Station combining Virtual machines and containers in the same Virtual switch network address Translation (NAT) Spanning Tree protocol (STP) security: network access protection with auto-blocking (SSH, Telnet, HTTP(S), FTP, CIFS/SMB, and AFP) host access control for shared folders (CIFS/SMB) 140-2 validated AES 256-bit volume-based and shared folder data encryption (FIPS) 256-bit external drive encryption (AES) Importing of SSD certificates from let
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UPDATE: I thought I finally got a handle on this until today, had an event someone was in my backyard - tried to playback "No Recording" again. I wish I never bought this thing and if it didn't cost ~$900 I would toss it into the garbage.
1. incredibly small for 9 bays.
2. noise level is low.
3. power savings.
5. up-gradable memory.
6. plex trans-coding and HDMI out? (never used those features as my 951x is headless and i don't use plex)
7. auto tiring and ssd cache? (ssd cache is pretty ridiculous btw, you are basically wasting at least two bays)
however, if you want to take full advantage of the QNAP OS and do other things, like VPN, like LCX, like containter, like VM. you will find cons
very limited processing power for the asking price
very limited functions for the asking price
many features just doesn't work right.
a very simple example: i want to do a nas to nas file copy that takes a long time, say 10 hours. normally i'd ssh into this NAS, and mount the other NAS and do a copy. one may want to use nohup so it continues in the background after controlling host is disconnected. guess what? no nohup installed. no package manager installed, YOU CANNOT install anything that's not in the app market even if you try to do it manually. (so no opkg or ipkg) . As a work around. i needed to installed a linux station on the NAS, and ssh back to the the NAS.
the NAS comes with VPN that can function as VPN server or client. great. except it doens't work right either. if you have more than one VPN settings, say site 1 and site 2. even if the NAS says using site 1 for default gateway. some traffic still going to the site 2... you could actually exam it in the VPN statistic. btw, using VPN as a gateway breaks all your LXC or container traffic going out. you will have NO internet to outside on LXC or containers if you enable VPN as default getaway. ridiculous
containers: Great.. except it is not. QNAP did stupid things like you could only set environmental variable DURING creation of the container... you CANNOT change them after unless you rebuild it. WTF? the container feature is completely uselessness to me because of it.
oh right, you cannot do tunneling on the LXC or container, it only happens on the QNAP host itself.
again, if you just doing NAS as NAS, you are way better off building something that's much more powerful and capable. i normally buying a brand name for OS. there is just too much bugs. for 700 dollars, i could have build something much nicer and with a lot more features.