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TerraMaster F5-422 5-bay NAS

crmaris

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The TerraMaster F5-422 is a 5-bay NAS featuring one 10 GbE and two Gigabit ports. It achieves good throughput in multi-client scenarios, but IOPS performance could be better. It still is a solid, affordable choice for users who do not need the software packages other NAS vendors provide.

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Great review, although it seems like it has too many oversights to make it worthwhile. Also I have no idea why Coolermaster haven't sued for that logo rip off!
 

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True, the logo is identical to CM's. This is the first thing I noticed, the moment I saw it.
 
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Also I have no idea why Coolermaster haven't sued for that logo rip off!

How would you go about suing a Chinese company, especially when you're a Taiwanese company? China hates Taiwan (which is the "rebellious province", after all) and will happily allow anything that weakens their economy. Plus, suing a chinese company is close to impossible as it is, they built half of their economy on ignoring IP protection.
 

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How would you go about suing a Chinese company, especially when you're a Taiwanese company? China hates Taiwan (which is the "rebellious province", after all) and will happily allow anything that weakens their economy. Plus, suing a chinese company is close to impossible as it is, they built half of their economy on ignoring IP protection.

Alright mate...
 
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