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    Thecus brings RAID 5 home

    Unless you're a true RAID monkey and have a room that closely resembles a datacenter, chances are you've not got a RAID-5 NAS device in your house. Thecus has set out to change that.
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    Re: Thecus brings RAID 5 home

    Any idea on the processor and memory specs?

    What about compatability with their existing module system for the N5200 or N4100?

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    Re: Thecus brings RAID 5 home

    Couldn't find any real specs on the site (doesn't mean they weren't there) about processor/memory/compat, just the press release blurb.

    Did see this at the bottom of the pr that I thought was interesting;

    "And because no two users are completely alike, the N3200 also has a unique expansion slot, which will accommodate Thecus’ upcoming expansion cards which extends NAS functionality even further."

    Worth keeping an eye on.

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    Re: Thecus brings RAID 5 home

    Looking forward to the specs of this being released.



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    Re: Thecus brings RAID 5 home

    General Spec found from a Japanese Web site

    Processor: Freescale 8347 400Mhz
    (Is it the PowerPC MPC 8347?)

    Memory: DDR SDRAM 128MB PC-3200
    HDD: 3 x 3.5" SATA HDD
    RAID: 1/5/6/JBOD
    Color: Black
    Dimension: 160(W)x170(H)x215(D)mm
    NIC: 2 x 1000BASE-T
    Power: AC100~240V/50~60Hz

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    table.php?id=120&page=1&page_size=10&type=&maker_word=&search_word=&order=1&order2=1

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