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    News - QNAP intros mammoth eight-bay TS-809 Pro NAS

    Features a 2.4GHz Core 2 Duo processor, 2GB of DDR2 memory and a massive 16TB storage capacity.
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    Re: News - QNAP intros mammoth eight-bay TS-809 Pro NAS

    16GB??!?!?! Really??!?! That Much??!?!?!? Wow!!!

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    Re: News - QNAP intros mammoth eight-bay TS-809 Pro NAS

    The potential capacity is impressive. But the I/O is rather lackluster. I can get much higher throughputs than that with 4x500GB disks in RAID5 on my linux box. They should also use a better filesystem than ext3 to remove the 8TB volume limitation.
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    Re: News - QNAP intros mammoth eight-bay TS-809 Pro NAS

    Quote Originally Posted by scaryjim View Post
    16GB??!?!?! Really??!?! That Much??!?!?!? Wow!!!
    16TB I guess?

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    Re: News - QNAP intros mammoth eight-bay TS-809 Pro NAS

    16tb? What can you stick on 16tb. I have only used 1tb in 2yrs :|


    oh well lol

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