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QNAP 639 Pro NAS

QNAP 639 Pro NAS


QNAP 639 Pro
Belkin F5D5141-16 16 Port Gigabit Switch
6 x 1.5TB Samsung 3.5 inch Sata Hard Drives

PC System
Intel 965EE Processor
Intel DX58SO motherboard
Windows Vista 64 bit SP2
Crucial 1600mhz DDR3 (6GB)
Enermax 1250W Revolution 85+ PSU

Macintosh System
Macbook Pro 17 inch Pro (Generation 5)
2.93ghz Intel CPU
8GB 1066mhz DDR3
OSX 10.5.8
Nvidia 3GB Sata

Samsung Syncmaster XL30 Monitor

Atto Disk Benchmark

How we test

DriverHeaven firmly believes in Real World Testing and has done so for many years now. While we value synthetic testing in specific situations we will always attempt to give results for the products we review in the manner you, the reader will use them in every day situations. All results are gained from multiple tests and by averaging the end result.

In the specific case of the product on test today, the QNAP TS-639 pro has a volume based encryption feature which secures the server data by AES 256 Bit Encryption. This is a great feature for customers who want to ensure that even if the drives or the entire unit was stolen then the data content is protected. This is criticial with sensitive data but has the downside of slowing down the transfer speeds. For the sake of being thorough we have tested with this encryption enabled and disabled.

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