Qnap 12 Bay NAS/iSCSI IP-SAN, Intel Skylake Core i7-6700 3.4 GHz Quad Core (TVS-1282-i7-32G-US)

Qnap 12 Bay NAS/iSCSI IP-SAN, Intel Skylake Core i7-6700 3.4 GHz Quad Core (TVS-1282-i7-32G-US)

  • Intel CoreTM i7-6700 3.4 GHz, 32GB RAM (max. 32GB), 8x 3.5" HDD, 4x 2.5" HDD/SSD, 2x M.2 SSD slots, 4-LAN, 10G-ready, iSCSI, PCIe expansion slot x3
  • Built-in M.2 SATA 6Gb/s slots & 2.5" SSD slots ; Qtier technology and SSD cache enable 24/7 optimized storage efficiency
  • Triple HDMI output (including one HDMI 2.0) for smooth 4K video playback
  • Scalable design with economical QNAP storage expansion enclosures ; Virtual JBOD (VJBOD) allows to use QNAP NAS to expand the TVS-1282's storage capacity
  • Supports QRM+ unified remote server management, QvPC technology, virtual machine and container applications, and storage for virtualization
The TVS-1282 features advanced hardware by adopting 6th Generation Intel® 14nm multi-core processors and was designed around the concept of tiered storage, application-based partitioning and network traffic distribution. Featuring PCIe Gen.3 slots that can support 10GbE/40GbE NIC, PCIe NVMe SSD, graphics cards, and USB 3.1 expansion cards, the TVS-1282 also supports smooth 4K 60 fps video transfer and display, cross-platform file sharing, comprehensive backup and disaster recovery, iSCSI & virt

List Price: $ 2,699.00 Price: $ 2,649.33

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  • 12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    and packing was excellent that this unit was over secured, August 25, 2016

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    Feedback on 14-Aug-2016:
    This is the second QNAP NAS that I am owning. My first one was purchased over 5 years ago. It was TS-879-PRO (i3, 4GB ram, 8x3TB RAID 10) from Amazon, and it is still working; never ever failed or malfunctioned. The only maintenance I am doing is just cleaning the dust externally every 6 months (after shutting off the unit) using regular vacuum cleaner because I live in middle east which is dusty. I give TS-879-PRO more than 5 stars.

    Now, I purchased TVS-1282 (i7-6700, 32GB ram, 450W) with 8 Seagate Enterprise NAS HDDs model ST8000NE0001 (8TB, 7200RPM, 256MB cache).

    Both the old and new units are powered directly from 220V 50Hz power supply, and are connected to the same network of 1GB Ethernet speed. Each unit is connected to an Asus RT-AC5300 router (set as Access Point) that are connected to my home switch LINKSYS LGS528, which is connected to my home router SonicWall TZ-215W.

    The TVS-1282 unit is connected from its 2.0 HDMI (HDMI # 3) output to Yamaha AC5030 A/V Receiver using Fusion 2.0a 4k 18GB HDMI 3ft cable. The A/V Receiver is then connected to Samsung 4k TV using similar Fusion cable but of 6ft long.

    The following are my observations:

    1) Delivery was on time, unit was absolutely brand new, and packing was excellent that this unit was over secured. Note that I live in middle east, so this unit went first to NYC, then shipped to middle east by another shipment company. QNAP box arrived my home with no single scratch on it as an outer box was also provided.

    2) The Body of TVS-1282 is robust and attractive. I placed this unit in my living room. Body is always cold though room is not really cold, and no heat that I can feel with my hand coming from the fans, but just normal room temperature air. Strange! During normal operation, the unit is so quite that I cannot hear it running 4 meters (17 feet) away in an absolutely quite room. You can happily sleep just few feet away from it. You will only hear the processor fan / hard disk write operation running when the unit is under heavy task, but it is still very low (like a desktop). You cannot hear it if your TV is on.

    3) Setting was straight forward. After completing initial setup (such as setting IP address, RAID, time, and some applications), the unit immediately connected to the network with its new IP and started checking HDDs for bad sectors as I optionally selected that during this initial setup (which I recommend everyone to do if HDDs are new). Due to the high capacity of the HDDs, it took QNAP about 12 hours to check for bad sectors, and results were positive (no bad sectors).

    4) Once rebooted, sound was really clear announcing that reboot was completed.

    5) As with my 5-year-old QNAP, this one also never behave abnormally so far after using it for over 2 weeks. Using File Station, and opening an FTP connection from there to my old NAS, I let then TVS-1282 copies directly from my old server via the network. No issues.

    6) I use QNAP to backup OneDrive cloud storage accounts (daily, weekly, and monthly versions), store files (docs, xls, ppts, drawings, pdfs, etc.), store and watch all type of movies, video, and store and listen to audio files, and doing all these from home and across the internet.

    7) I use QNAP kodi app (aka XBMC previously) to play movies to TV via QNAP HDMI, and I really can see zero time waiting when playing details of a movie, and when scrolling between the thousands of movie posters. For best screen in kodi, Go to System>Setting>System>Video output then set ‘Monitor’ to HDMI 3 if you are conneting from this output, and set your TV to UHD color. I use ‘Sybu Kodi’ to control and navigate through the kodi in my old and new QNAPs, which is a free app for both iPhone and iPad, which is syncing automatically with QNAP and display all movie posters in your iPhone / iPad where then you can select any and once you click, you see it on TV immediately. That is, click and play, and jump to any scene with zero freezing, zero buffering, and zero distortion in the image.

    8) I was able to stream 4k and 2k movies smoothly to all our iPhones, one MacBook, one MacBook Pro, and iPads. No buffering at all. Thanks to Asus RT-AC5300 powerful signal. For streaming to my iPhone, I use ‘Infuse’ app which is the best application I found for streaming videos. For streaming to Macbooks, I use Kodi app.

    9) Using QNAP Qfile app in my iPhone, I easily send my Audio files and 4k home videos (recorded by gopro hero 4 black) to others in WhatsApp where it automatically compresses the video without losing clarity. Ironically, I have been searching for software to compress these 4k videos so I can send them via WhatsApp and failed to find good one, and it just happened that Qfile is doing this…

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars
    but since I like the “toys”, November 29, 2016

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    I bought this NAS to consolidate some physical and virtual servers as well as reducing the IT footprint at home. I installed 4 older 120 GB SSD drives (not on the compatibility list) to host my VMs, as well as three 8TB WD hard drives (on the compatibility list) for data. So far, I’ve not seen a need to install M.2 drives for caching, but since I like the “toys”, I’ll probably do so at some point in the near future.

    So far, the device is running like a dream. I have two Windows 2008R2 Servers installed as well as two Windows 7 workstations (one to run Video Editing SW). When connected via Remote Desktop to the VMs, there is no delay or hesitation of any type. Basic video editing on the workstation is seamless.

    I’ve split the network ports to two different VLANs, and have no problems with data transfers. No, I have not performed any official testing where I could post results, but I do not see any issue that would cause me concern.

    The only drawback that I’d have to point out, is the fact that I’m unable to migrate my existing Windows 2008R2 hosted VMs to the NAS without external utilities. Therefore, I had to create new VMs, and move the necessary tools/apps to the new VMs, and shutdown the originals. This was not such a pain that I’d remove a star from my rating.

    Overall, I’d recommend this for any serious NAS user. I’d buy it again if needed.

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