More likely is that the specific dimm you choose didn't work.Rinkel80 wrote:The second dimm i got from the shop didnt work. This mean that icidu dimms are not compatible with qnap
I have no idea what your speed problems were but not enough memory is only very rarely a cause for performance problems in a NAS, so I'm not really expecting it to disappear by the memory upgrade.Rinkel80 wrote:Today i give my NAS an update to 2GB. Hope that this will solve my speed problem.
Yes if it is actually swapping a memory expansion may improve performance.Rinkel80 wrote:The last months i had a feeling the NAS seems slower. Maybe i was running to many programs? The swap file was around 250 MB.
niwa2 wrote:the intel atom processors support max. 2gb per memory slot and max 2 memory slots, which sums up to 4gb.
I believe that your nas has only one slot so the max supported ram is 2gb.
This is a hardware limitation that can not be overcome by a firmware update.
I upgraded my ts-639 to 2gb and it is working just fine. This would also give you at least some headroom for vbox.
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