QNAP TVS-682-I3-8G 6-Bay SATA 6Gb/s NAS, Core i3-6100 3.7 GHz CPU, 8GB RAM, 4x GigE, 10Gb

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6-Bay TurboNAS, SATA 6G, Core™ i3-6100 3.7 GH, 8GB RAM, 4-LAN, 10G-ready, iSCSI, RAID 0,1, 5, 6, 10, 5+spare, 6+spare, 10+spare, global hot spare, max 32 GB RAM, PCIe expansion slot x2, 250W single power supply.

The TVS-682 features advanced hardware by adopting 6th Generation Intel® 14nm multi-core processors and was designed around the concept of tiered storage, application-based partitioning and network traffic distribution. Featuring PCIe Gen.3 slots that can support 10GbE/40GbE NIC, PCIe NVMe SSD, graphics cards, and USB 3.1 expansion cards, the TVS-682 also supports smooth 4K 60 fps video transfer and display, cross-platform file sharing, comprehensive backup and disaster recovery, iSCSI & virtualization and more business applications. Incorporating reliability and security, the TVS-682 presents an ideal choice for a complete business-ready storage solution.

  • Built-in M.2 SATA 6Gb/s slots & 2.5” SSD slots
  • Qtier technology and SSD cache enable 24/7 optimized storage efficiency
  • The Network & Virtual Switch app assists network traffic distribution, and re-routes dedicated bandwidth for diverse applications
  • Triple HDMI output (including one HDMI 2.0) for smooth 4K video playback
  • Scalable design with economical QNAP storage expansion enclosures
  • Virtual JBOD (VJBOD) allows to use QNAP NAS to expand the  TVS-682’s storage capacity
  • Supports QRM+ unified remote server management, QvPC technology, virtual machine and container applications, and storage for virtualization