Kurgan wrote:Please do not answer with a link to the compatibility list. I've seen it...
SATA III (6Gb/s)
Manufacturer Model Number Size (GB) Notes
Hitachi HDS724040ALE640 (H31K40003272SW) 4000
What consumer vesion are you talking of here?Xmantium wrote:Are the new Hitachi 4TB Enterprise hard drive supported, it's very similar to their consumer version.
schumaku wrote:Have not spotted any other formal availability of 4 TB HDD - neither from Seagate (desktop and enterprise up to 3 TB) nor from WDC (desktop max 3 TB, enterprise max. 2 TB).
Of course all disks >2 TB should have both note 11 and 12 (and yes they should now remove the 3 TB remark from note 12). The list have become so complicated with all the notes so they don't seem to be able to administer it properly...oversampling wrote:If one takes for granted the official compatibility list then it also works for TS509Pro as no side note exists...would you assume QNAP just forgot the note out or would you assume that this is really the only >2TB 3.5" disc on the market compatible with TS509Pro?
Dont know what and where you have seen this outdated 3 TB information - here is the TS-239 Pro II product page: http://www.qnap.com/en/index.php?lang=e ... n=6687&g=0Frode wrote:Looking at the compatibility-list, there's a disagreement with the specs-list. For the TS-239 Pro II, the specs say max 3 TB, while the compatibility list says 4 TB ??? What goes?
Each drive bay can hold one 3.5-inch SATA 1.5Gb/s, SATA 3Gb/s and SATA 6Gb/s hard drive. For capacity limitaitons (if any), please consult the table below.
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