The new Synology DS1621xs+ comes with a powerful CPU, an Intel Xeon Processor D-1527 4-core 2.20 GHz, max turbo frequency up to 2.7 GHz with compatible drive types • 6 x 3.5″ or 2.5″ SATA HDD/SSD and 2 x M.2 2280 NVMe SSD, 2 RJ-45 1GbE and 1 RJ-45 10GbE. This is a revolution. In … Read more Synology DS1621xs+ Release Date and Specs
If you use your Synology NAS as an FTP server, for Web Hosting, intensive File Sharing, or you run VMs on your NAS, or your NAS acts as a Virtual Machine storage, or anything that requires continual and systematic retrieval of data, you will benefit extensively from using the M.2 NVMe SSD Cache. M.2 NVMe … Read more Synology: M.2 NVMe SSD Cache Benefits
Synology has recently released their own NVMe (Non-Volatile Memory Express) labeled SNV3400-400G. NVMe is a communications interface and drive that defines a command set and feature set for PCIe-based SSDs with the goals of increased and efficient performance and interoperability on a broad range of enterprise and client systems. SNV3400-400G SSDs are 22mm wide and … Read more Synology SNV3400-400G Review
As you already know, DS720+ has 1 Intel Celeron J4125 2 GHz CPU with a 4-core 2.0 (base) / 2.7 (burst) GHz CPU frequency. You may be wondering what is Burst and what it means. Below I’m going to satisfy your curiosity. First of all you need to know what is CPU Base Frequency. What … Read more Synology: What is CPU Burst?
Should you or shouldn’t you turn on UPS support on your NAS? This is a good question and the answer to this question is that “it depends“. What does it depend on? It depends on what you use your Synology NAS for. Most users should use the UPS support option especially for business solutions for … Read more Synology: Should I Turn On UPS Support on My NAS?