Using a NAS for Video Editing // Synology vs QNAP

Using a NAS for Video Editing // Synology vs QNAP

Discussing my experience setting up an all SSD NAS box for multi-user video editing using the Synology DS1618+ and the QNAP TVS-672XT & TVS-882ST3.
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🛒 Synology DS1618+:
🛒 QNAP TVS-882ST3:
🛒 QNAP TB3 to 10GbE:
🛒 Synology 10GbE Card:
🛒 16GB RAM for Synology:
🛒 Crucial 2TB MX500 SSD:
🛒 Aquantia 10GbE NIC:
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Table of Contents:
0:00 – Intro
0:44 – My Old Storage Scheme
1:47 – New NAS Goals
2:42 – Backblaze B2
3:44 – 10 Gigabit Ethernet
4:11 – SSD RAID
5:30 – The NAS Boxes
5:58 – Connectivity & Ports
6:35 – Synology vs QNAP
7:15 – RAM Upgrade
7:51 – Disk Speed Benchmarks
8:48 – SSD Compatibility & TRIM
9:13 – User Interfaces
9:40 – Fan Noise
10:48 – Performance Conclusions So Far
12:16 – Included Accessories
13:26 – 6 Weeks Later Update
14:30 – Comparing the QNAP TVS-882ST3
15:23 – Noisy 10GbE NIC Fan
16:07 – Build Quality
16:37 – Updated Benchmarks
18:32 – Value & Final Thoughts

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