Thecus N7770-10G Elite-Class Business 7-Bay NAS Review

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Available File Formats and iSCSI


ThecusOS has the wonderful ability that you can pick what file system you’d like to have. Each of them have their own merrit and you got EXT3, EXT4, BTRFS, and XFS as options. I’ve tested all but EXT3 with a single disk setup in order to show the slight differences and where what shines. There are naturally more things than plain speed to consider, so pick wisely.

I’ve also included an iSCSI mounted share EXT4 partition in this comparison char to show what power can be behind this method of connecting storage. Windows 7 and forward all have iSCSI initiators built in and the setup only takes a few clicks on your NAS and PCs.

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Article Index

  1. Introduction
  2. A closer look
  3. Seagate Enterprise NAS 6TB Drives
  4. System Specifications, Features & Power Consumption
  5. Setup - Initialization & Storage
  6. Setup - Users, Services & Files
  7. Setup - There is more, Add-Ons & External Devices
  8. Local Display and Mobile Impressions
  9. Testing Method
  10. HD Video Playback
  11. 2x HD Video Playback
  12. 4x HD Video Playback
  13. HD Video Record
  14. HD Playback & Record
  15. Content Creation
  16. Office Productivity
  17. File Copy to NAS
  18. File Copy from NAS
  19. Directory Copy to NAS
  20. Directory Copy from NAS
  21. Photo Album
  22. Average Throughput
  23. Encryption
  24. Available File Formats and iSCSI
  25. Final Thoughts
  26. View All

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