The only memory expansions that are supported by Qnap are those sold in the Qnap Accessories store (since the very new TS-269L isn't listed in the store yet, I link to the TS-269 Pro as the memory modules are most likely compatible). Yes that memory is extremely expensive. I'm not with Qnap so please don't shoot the messenger.cloudyweather wrote:Can anyone tell me what sort of memory I'd need to purchase to increase the base 1GB on my newly acquired TS-269L?
Generally memory expansions will give a huge improvement if the system is swapping (common with fat gui operating systems like Windows), which I don't think your system will do in the configuration you describe above.Also, does anyone have experience of a benefit in upgrading the memory?
I'm using Twonky and SBS with a large flac collection. Possibly streaming DivX. Plus large photograph collection in raw format accessed with Lightroom.
I know some systems really benefit with extra ram. I've no idea here.
My WD Reds have performed well during the short time (5 weeks) I have used them. They're running cool and are the most silent rotating media disks I have ever experienced.I've ordered 2x WD RED 3TB drives to go with the TS-269L.
QNAPMike wrote:Yes, the TS-269L supports memory upgrade.
http://www.qnap.com/useng/index.php?lan ... =13447&g=1
DRAM 1GB RAM (Expandable RAM, up to 3GB)
1. The system memory can be increased to 3GB by installing an additional 1GB/2GB SO-DIMM RAM module.
2 .For the information of RAM module installation and compatible NAS models, please refer to the QNAP RAM Module Installation Guide
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