Published on 27th February 2012 by
Originally Posted by TheLegendJoeI've got a DS411J and have to say its bloody brilliant, the DSM OS is constantly update, and feels like a full linux environment, but allot more user friendly. I get read speeds at typically 80MB/s and writes of around 60MB/s. The entire house uses it almost continuasly aswell, after I've put every DVD we own on there, and CD, they're just so convenient! All your content everywhere for about 30Watts of power and a hit on the wallet too obviously ;)
Originally Posted by Paradigm ShifterI've had pretty much the same experience as you; slightly higher read speeds for me, slightly lower writes. I'm very impressed with it - although the true test will be how it handles a drive dying and its subsequent replacement.
Originally Posted by TechnobodI don't see why people don't get HP Microservers?
Originally Posted by MSHunterWhat do you use to rip your DVDs? I have a HP micro server and am looking for a way to rip and compress my DVD collection to it. (running full win7 pro)
Originally Posted by TechnobodI don't see why people don't get HP Microservers? It works out more than £100 cheaper than one of these and you get 5 bays comes with dual core 1.5GHz processor, 2GB of RAM and a 250GB drive. I recently got myself one and its freakin fantastic, its booting off the internal USB port to allow me the full size of my disks to RAID. Come on Bit-tech wheres the review and whats wrong with it community?
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