Now you can find out what CPU your X20 Series Synology NAS has. Discover what CPU model and type of RAM memory your X20 Series Synology NAS has in the table below. Hopefully this will make it easier for you when you search for your NAS CPU model.
|Model||CPU Model||Cores||Threads||FPU||Package Arch||RAM Installed|
|RS820+/RS820RP+||Intel Atom C3538||Quad Core||4||Yes||Denverton||DDR4 Non-ECC 2GB|
|DS1520+||Intel Celeron J4125||Quad Core||4||Yes||Geminilake||DDR4 8GB|
|DS920+||Intel Celeron J4125||Quad Core||4||Yes||Geminilake||DDR4 4GB|
|DS720+||Intel Celeron J4125||Quad Core||4||Yes||Geminilake||DDR4 2GB|
|DS620slim||Intel Celeron J3355||Dual Core||2||Yes||Apollolake||DDR3L SODIMM 2GB|
|DS420+||Intel Celeron J4025||Dual Core||2||Yes||Geminilake||DDR4 2GB|
|DS420j||Realtek RTD1296||Quad Core||4||Yes||rtd1296||DDR4 1GB|
|DS220+||Intel Celeron J4025||Dual Core||2||Yes||Geminilake||DDR4 2GB|
|DS220j||Realtek RTD1296||Quad Core||4||Yes||rtd1296||DDR4 512MB|
|DS120j||Marvell A3720||Dual Core||2||Yes||armada37xx||DDR3 512MB|
What is a Core? A core, or CPU core, is the “brain” of a CPU. It receives instructions and performs calculations, or operations, to satisfy those instructions. A CPU can have multiple cores. A processor with two cores is called a dual-core processor. A processor with four cores is called a quad-core. A processor with six cores is a hexa-core. A processor with eight cores is an octa-core.
What are Threads? A thread is the virtual version of a CPU core. By using processes such as hyper-threading and simultaneous multithreading, you can break up a physical core into virtual cores called threads and this will increase your CPU performance. For the most part, Intel CPUs with two cores use hyper-threading to provide four threads, while AMD CPUs with four cores use simultaneous multithreading to provide eight threads.
What is FPU? A floating-point unit (FPU, colloquially a math coprocessor) is a part of a computer system specially designed to carry out operations on floating-point numbers. Typical operations are addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and square root.
This post was updated on Thursday / December 17th, 2020 at 11:27 PM