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#1 Brian


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Posted 31 January 2014 - 09:56 AM

The Synology DS1813+ is an eight-bay NAS system in Synology’s DiskStation lineup of desktop storage appliances, offered as a successor to the Synology DS1812+ which we reviewed in early 2013. The DS1813+ offers four gigabit NICs which can be aggregated, and in addition to its maximum internal capacity of 32TB, the DS1813+ can manage up to 72TB of storage when used with two 5-bay DS513 expansion units. The DS1813+ offers straightforward configured for access via SMB/CIFS shares or iSCSI, which in conjunction with the DiskStation Manager operating system make the DS1813+ a highly adaptable storage platform for small and medium enterprises.


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Posted 31 January 2014 - 02:58 PM

"On the hardware side, the Synology DS1813+ features an Intel Atom dual core 2.13GHz processor and ships with 2GB of RAM in the form of two 1GB DIMMs, which can be upgraded by replaceing with 2GB DIMMs."


It actually comes with a single 2GB DIMM.  You can add an additional 2GB DIMM.

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Posted 31 January 2014 - 03:28 PM

Which firmware revision of DSM 4.3 did you test with?  The 8k 70/30 max latency graph also lists the 7K4000's as Seagate ES.3's.

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