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Synology HAT3300 Plus series NAS drives review

During the last days of May of 2023, Synology officially released the new "home and small office" lineup of their drives, the HAT3300. These drives, unlike already available enterprise-class HAS5300 or HAT5300, are the first from what Synology calls the plus series.


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What do you mean exactly?
Your 10 GBe transfer speeds with those slower 5400 RPM drives are almost double what I am seeing with my 10 GB Ultrastars, which are 7200 RPM drives. I am wondering if my Netgear GS110MX switch might be a bottleneck.. What is the drive configuration on the PC/Mac that you are transferring from?
 
Your 10 GBe transfer speeds with those slower 5400 RPM drives are almost double what I am seeing with my 10 GB Ultrastars, which are 7200 RPM drives. I am wondering if my Netgear GS110MX switch might be a bottleneck.. What is the drive configuration on the PC/Mac that you are transferring from?
10G transfers in this article are NAS to NAS both with 10G, no computer.

The other nas in question is running with 7200 drives but that has not made a huge difference in the past when testing compared to 5400

That NAS is using a DAC SFP cable towards the same unifi switch as the new RS2423 with copper 10G.
 
10G transfers in this article are NAS to NAS both with 10G, no computer.

The other nas in question is running with 7200 drives but that has not made a huge difference in the past when testing compared to 5400

That NAS is using a DAC SFP cable towards the same unifi switch as the new RS2423 with copper 10G.
I need to upgrade to a switch that has more multi gig ports for NAS to NAS 10GBE. What made you choose the Unifi? I am looking at the TRENDnet TEG-S750
 
What made you choose the Unifi?
Well the rest of my LAN is driven with 10G Unifi gear as well as my new router and APs that will be going online soon to support the new 2.5/2.5 WAN speeds. So I guess the answer is compatibility... ?
 

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