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TerraMaster F4-422 4 Bay NAS (w/ 10GbE LAN, 4GB RAM, Intel J3455) $639.99 Delivered @ TerraMaster Amazon AU


On sale is this high end NAS from TerraMaster featuring both 10GbE LAN and dual 1GbE ethernet ports. It has an Intel Celeron J3455 quad-processor that's suitable for Plex Transcoding, 4GB RAM (upgradable) and 2 USB 3.0 ports on the rear. It supports RAID 0/1/5/6/10, JBOD, Single and SSD cache.

This is excellent for Plex, file storage, backups, your own private cloud, Docker and more. The TOS operating system is always getting new features with WOL and IPV6 added recently as well as a more professional looking interface. Though unsupported officially you can even install Synology DSM or Windows Server quite easily.

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Entry-level TerraMaster F4-210 4 Bay NAS also on sale.

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  • Celeron CPU that is three generations behind


    Better to build your own PC.

    • Your username is outdated 🤣

    • Uhhhhhh it's a NAS? They all typically have Celerons. Besides it is high end in their lineup anyway.

      • I used to use a XEON in my microserver gen8 NAS, instead of the celeron.
        These days I just use a Ryzen 2700X for virtualisation

        • HP called and sold it as a Microserver rather than a NAS so you'd expect them to be more high end. A real shame the G10 Plus isn't available here.

          • @Clear: That’s true, but with unraid, FreeNAS and possibly even openfiler offering jail/docker/kvm/beehyve virtualisation or container options…. the celeron can be a little under powered

  • Oofh 10GBe, but 4GB ram, and a celeron processor that’s outdated as mentioned but also designed for a 10W TDP.
    For $639, I’m sure better value can be had… of course yes the space is super compact.
    A microserver gen10 or whatever they’ve got new would be nicer

    • Microserver would need a GTX 1650 so similar for plex transcoding.

      • I didn’t think it worked both ways for encoding and decoding hardware on Linux?
        Even a pascal series card would be fine anyway… nvidia drivers limit you to two NVENC jobs at a time regardless of hardware if it’s a consumer card

  • "NAS" without ECC RAM!?