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TerraMaster F2-221 2 Bay NAS with 2x GbE LAN $311.99, F5-221 5 Bay NAS with 2x GbE LAN $431.99 Delivered @ TerraMaster Amazon AU

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On the final day of the Prime Day sales comes these mid-range NAS drives from TerraMaster kicking off at 7:45am.

Both feature an Intel Celeron J3355 dual-core CPU, dual Gigabit ethernet ports, 2GB RAM (upgradeable to 6GB) and 2 USB 3.0 ports on the rear.

These are great for file sharing, backups, playing media (e.g. Plex), running Docker containers and more. I personally use my TerraMaster for media storage, system backups and running my UniFi controller through Docker.

AU Stock and AU warranty.

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This is part of Amazon Prime Day sale for 2020

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    Got the f5-221 in the last deal, running Plex, plenty of 4k movies, and docker on it, hasn't skipped a beat, great machine, bit fiddly at the start but once you figure it out all good.

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      So would I be able to use the F2-221 with the harddrive from the WD Elements 14TB (another deal from amazon) inside of it, and run Plex media server to stream 4k movies/tv shows to my LG Smart TV? No issues with latency/transcoding of the 4K media files?

      and would the dual core be sufficient for this, or would you need the quad core?

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        Ive got that exact hard drive in it yes. I use an Nvidia Shield Pro to play all my files, so i dont have to worry about transcoding, YMMV

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          My TV currently plays all my 4K 10 bit HEVC (265) movies from my WD Passport attached to my Netgear RAX40 perfectly fine so I'm assuming I wouldn't need to worry about transcoding

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      Literally the same question as itsmehuey below - just bought the WD 14TB drives and looking for an NAS. This seems like a good price point and am so close to pulling the trigger…

      I just want flawless Plex on my Samsung TV and a back up of all my work files and photos/media.
      I checked the old faithful: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1MfYoJkiwSqCXg8cm5-Ac...
      and it's "SOME" for HD 1080p and NO for 4k (software transcode).

      I probably need to do more reading to understand everything properly, but as I need to decide to buy now or not…..any ideas?

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    Oh no, I waited too long for a reply and missed out!! Anywhere else selling for a similar price? (or have a similar NAS at a similar price point to recommend?)