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QNAP TS-451 Network Attached Storage Review

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TS-451 Internals

 

DSC_3409Pulling the TS-451 apart was very simple. Remove two screws and slide the cover off and you’ll have access to replace and upgrade the memory. Our unit came with 4GB of DDR3 1600MHz RAM. The TS-451 can be upgraded to 8 GB of RAM.  The Intel Celeron is passively cooled by the heatsink located in the center of the board. The drive backplane is connected via a PCI-e 4x slot. Just to the upper right of the PCI-e slot is the DOM that houses the units operating system and configuration.

DSC_3410The ASMEDA ASM1442 handles the HDMI output for the QNAP TS-451

 

DSC_3412A Fintek F71869AD IC handles the hardware monitoring and the IR capabilities of the TS-451.

 

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A pair of Intel WGI210AT Ethernet controllers are responsible for all the networking on the QNAP TS-451.

 

DSC_3537The backplane for the drives is a SATA 3 6 Gb/s riser card that plugs into a PCI-e 4x slot on the motherboard.

 

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Tom Brokaw

Tom is a network and computer hardware enthusiast. He has been reviewing hardware products around for various sites around the net since 1999. He has modded a few cases back in the day.

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