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  1. Brian, I think they use 5 x 1.2TB platters for their 6TB drives.
  2. I am looking into Samsung 840/850 EVO SSD drives and Seagate Enterprise Capacity ST6000NM0044 drives, which feature hardware-based self-encryption via ATA password. I wonder whether or not Synology DS1815+ alike can take advantage of this feature? The following text is quoted from http://www.samsung.com/global/business/semiconductor/minisite/SSD/global/html/about/whitepaper06.html Does any know what exactly do I need to do to enable self-encryption of Samsung 840 EVO on Synology DS1815+? PS: 1. I understand Synology DSM provides only shared-folder-level software-based encryption, and does not support volume-level or disk(-group)-level encryption. 2. I also posted it on Synology forum, but do not anticipate any response there since appearance no one has been moderating their forum. http://forum.synology.com/enu/viewtopic.php?f=116&t=93770 Thanks! Pengkui