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Synology DS710+ 2 bay NAS Server

Rating: 8.5.

With all the reviews on KitGuru in the last month there is a good possibility you have already bought a new system, perhaps even one for media entertainment.

If so, the review today will be of particular interest as we will be looking at a 2 bay NAS system from Synology. NAS systems are a huge benefit for a home enthusiast user as they offer vast storage which can be accessed from any computer on your network.

The DS710+ offers a “high-performance, scalable, and full-featured network attached storage solution that meets the needs of small and medium-sized businesses that require an efficient way to centralize data protection, simplify data management, and rapidly scale storage capacity with minimal time spent on setup and management. The Synology DS710+ is backed with Synology's 3-year limited warranty.”

According to Synology the system is capable of delivering a 113+MB/s read speed, backed up by a 102+ MB/s write speed. This is being marketed as a performance unit and we will certainly put it to the test later.

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  1. Damn thats mega performance for the money.

  2. Thats a really nice little unit. do they sell anything b igger? their site is down for me.

  3. I bought their 2 series unit months ago, its great. I wanted this one but it was too much money for me at the time.

  4. with 2 2TB drives would last a long time 🙂

  5. Weird the front is sealed, isnt helping the CPU cool at all that.

  6. Never heard of these guys but their site is nice. good looking units.

  7. The ATOM really does kick ass in this kind of environment.

  8. Any USA prices ? cant seem to find it on newegg.

  9. Good performance, those QNAP units cost a fortune too.

  10. Yeah, its always what gives me problems with those NAS systems, the massive money they cost. I think the high end QNAP is ATOM powered too. seems even more of a bargain

  11. Still seems like quite a bit of cash to me, especially when you have to add drives to the cost. ends up well over 500 with two decent sized drives.

  12. thats a lovely little unit, I like the sound proofed front actually, atom at 70c is fine 🙂

  13. Yeah atom can hit 80 long term easy enough, would be nicer to see 60 though long term I think. the lower the better. hey maybe Zardon can fit a noctua NH D14 to it ? 🙂