• We've upgraded our forums. Please post any issues/requests in this thread.

QNAP Debuts New TS-x19P+ Line-up of Affordable Turbo NAS for HOME, SOHO, Prosumers

btarunr

Editor & Senior Moderator
Staff member
Joined
Oct 9, 2007
Messages
34,314
Likes
17,423
Location
Hyderabad, India
System Name Long shelf-life potato
Processor Intel Core i7-4770K
Motherboard ASUS Z97-A
Cooling Xigmatek Aegir CPU Cooler
Memory 16GB Kingston HyperX Beast DDR3-1866
Video Card(s) 2x GeForce GTX 970 SLI
Storage ADATA SU800 512GB
Display(s) Samsung U28D590D 28-inch 4K
Case Cooler Master CM690 Window
Audio Device(s) Creative Sound Blaster Recon3D PCIe
Power Supply Corsair HX850W
Mouse Razer Abyssus 2014
Keyboard Microsoft Sidewinder X4
Software Windows 10 Pro Creators Update
Joined
Dec 11, 2009
Messages
9
Likes
1
System Name Old Dirty
Processor AMD Athlon 64 X2 4400+ (OC to 4600+)
Motherboard ASUS A8N-SLI Premium
Cooling CPU: Noctua NH-U12 push/pull; GPU: Thermalright T-Rad2
Memory 4x1GB Corsair XMS DDR400
Video Card(s) Powercolor Radeon 4870 (OC to 770/1050)
Storage WD Raptor 300GB (OS/App), Seagate Barracude 7200.12 500MBx2 (storage)
Display(s) NEC Syncmaster 22" 16x9
Case NZXT Tempest
Power Supply Corsair HX-850
Software Windows 7 Professional x64
#2
This or Synology DS410?

Been looking at building a NAS for some time now and going to pull the trigger after thanksgiving. The Ts419P was definitely a consideration as was the Synology Disk Station DS410 (not be confused with the DS410j - the weaker sibling). Primary use will be media server streaming either via PC or PS3 (predominantly 1080p AC3 DD5.1 mkv, mt2s and similar Matroska based formats), but definitely looking at the ftp/itunes/photo functionality as well.

Anyway, was wondering if anyone had any input on which of the two names you'd recommend. It seems both with be plenty fast enough for my purposes, but perhaps someone has opinion on the user-friendliness of the OSes, reliability of the devices, etc. From the reviews I've read, seems Synology is slightly faster for approx the same price, while both have similar quality of usability and OS design, so leaning towards that. Any thoughts?

Mendatory Disclaimer:
"The views expressed here are mine and do not reflect the official opinion of my employer or the organization through which the Internet was accessed."
 

Easy Rhino

Linux Advocate
Joined
Nov 13, 2006
Messages
14,405
Likes
4,256
System Name VHOST01 | Desktop
Processor i7 980x | i5 7500 Kaby Lake
Motherboard Gigabyte x58 Extreme | AsRock MicroATX Z170M Exteme4
Cooling Prolimatech Megahelams | Stock
Memory 6x4 GB @ 1333 | 2x 8G Gskill Aegis DDR4 2400
Video Card(s) Nvidia GT 210 | Nvidia GTX 970 FTW+
Storage 4x2 TB Enterprise RAID5 |Corsair mForce nvme 250G
Display(s) N/A | Dell 27" 1440p 8bit GSYNC
Case Lian Li ATX Mid Tower | Corsair Carbide 400C
Audio Device(s) NA | On Board
Power Supply SeaSonic 500W Gold | Seasonic SSR-650GD Flagship Prime Series 650W Gold
Mouse N/A | Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum
Keyboard N/A | Posiden Z RGB Cherry MX Brown
Software Centos 7 | Windows 10
#3
software raid means these are slow as crap. just be advised.
 
Joined
Mar 27, 2005
Messages
1,005
Likes
94
Location
South Africa
Processor Intel i7-920 @ 4.0GHz LGA1366
Motherboard Intel DX58 Smackover Motherboard
Cooling TRUE 120 with 2x120mm Thermalright FDB-1600 and 8x120mm Zalman/Coolermaster Case Fans
Memory 16GB DDR3-1333 Corsair @ 8-8-8-19
Video Card(s) Gigabyte GTX 1070 FE
Storage Intel 520 240GB + Intel X25-M 80GB + 4TB Seagate/WD Storage
Display(s) 24" Samsung SA350 + 24" BenQ G2410HD + 2x 22" Samsung 2253GW's + Hyundai 19" B91D+
Case Coolermaster CM690
Power Supply Corsair TX750W PSU
Software Windows 8.1
#4
software raid means these are slow as crap. just be advised.
I hardly think software RAID will be that slow, and all data transfer is going to be through ethernet anyway... :rolleyes:
 

Easy Rhino

Linux Advocate
Joined
Nov 13, 2006
Messages
14,405
Likes
4,256
System Name VHOST01 | Desktop
Processor i7 980x | i5 7500 Kaby Lake
Motherboard Gigabyte x58 Extreme | AsRock MicroATX Z170M Exteme4
Cooling Prolimatech Megahelams | Stock
Memory 6x4 GB @ 1333 | 2x 8G Gskill Aegis DDR4 2400
Video Card(s) Nvidia GT 210 | Nvidia GTX 970 FTW+
Storage 4x2 TB Enterprise RAID5 |Corsair mForce nvme 250G
Display(s) N/A | Dell 27" 1440p 8bit GSYNC
Case Lian Li ATX Mid Tower | Corsair Carbide 400C
Audio Device(s) NA | On Board
Power Supply SeaSonic 500W Gold | Seasonic SSR-650GD Flagship Prime Series 650W Gold
Mouse N/A | Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum
Keyboard N/A | Posiden Z RGB Cherry MX Brown
Software Centos 7 | Windows 10
#5
I hardly think software RAID will be that slow, and all data transfer is going to be through ethernet anyway... :rolleyes:
i have a similiar model which is software raid on a gigabit network. fastest it goes is 19MBps. fail. this is well known because the chipset is garbage.