HDD/SSD Recommendation

Discuss what hard drive (HDD) or solid-state drive (SSD) will work the best with your NAS, including vendor-specific technologies and benchmarks.
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Hard Disk Drive (HDD) Solid State Drive (SSD) Read more... on official site Read more... on official site Please open a new thread...
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Hard Disk Drive (HDD) Solid State Drive (SSD) Read more... on official site Read more... on official site Please open a new...
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Read more... ....on official site Please open a new thread for comments or discussions and select the thread prefix Toshiba.
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You can start with reading of these blogs in our forum: Blog, 1st part Blog, 2nd part
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Hi All, New to forum and good to see the active discussions. Replaced my dead DS415+ last night with a DS920+. All good but now thinking that it...
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In recent months, Synology has demonstrated how they want to fight for the enterprise segment: - new DSM7 demo and Beta - new enterprise level...
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At present, the Synology HAT5300-16T hard disk drive appears in the Synology Products Compatibility List for only a subset of DiskStation NAS...
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I need 4 new HDDs for my two NAS (DS1621xs+ and RS1221+) with a capacity of 12TB or above... Your choices? WD Red Pro? WD Gold? Seagate Exos...
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Hi guys, I've a Synology DS720+ with RAM upgrade (10Gb) and 2 WD disk (2x4Tb). When I power on a Virual Machine from my Virtual Machine Manager...
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there is an really interesting answer why I don't like RAID5 (SHR >3xHDD), specially with low cost HDD inside. Many discussion was here about...
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there is one basic principle: when you need copy of your data from a SD card (camera) to your NAS through your desktop/laptop, just think about...
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Good day all - I am a new home-user of a Synology DS720+ and I am reaching out in hopes to find recommendations about configuring SSD cache. My...
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I have two old internal drives that I would like to transfer to a big external drive. I also have a WD external drive that died (shocking, eh?)...
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better than value of how long without a restart your NAS has been in operation is a proof of what is the oldest disk in your NAS based on Power On...
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Hi All. My first post on this forum and it's clear that some of the acronyms and technology have moved on since I last had to think about this...
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First post here and apologies in advance if this is the wrong forum. I'm about six weeks in with my new DS920+ that replaced an ancient LaCie...
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Hi I would like to buy the Seagate IronWolf 16TB (ST16000VN001) for the DS920+ I read online that the 12TB and 10TB version comes with an old...
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I'm planning to install MD218 to add SSD cache on my ds1618+. I have 32 GB RAM. Now for the two M.2 slots in MD218 I am going to buy two SSD...
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Is it better to use 1 larger m.2, let's say 500GB, than 2 smaller ones? I have 2 256 GB Sabrents which I can use or I can buy a single 512.
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I'm in need of some advice. I have a DS1618+ with 4 x 8TB and 2 x 6TB used mostly for online backup ... it is not the primary server. Would it be...
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I would like to use on-hand Seagate Exos (12TB or 16TB) in a DS220+ or DS720+ --- to be deployed as a low-activity offsite backup NAS and...
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The samsung 500GB is 2x less expensive, but is this good for caching? Will it be enough?
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I am not sure to understand the difference between both when used with a Synology E10M20-T1? According the doc SNV3500-400G is built for built...
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As stated in other posts, looking into getting some new hardware. Is there any real noticeable difference between NAS-labelled drives and...
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