Ultra-compact NAS Synology DS411 Slim Review

The market of NAS servers is seeing a violent development due to the heightened demand in business and home segments. This fact is explained by the high-performance characteristics and comparatively enormous volume capacities. However, the army of customers, who give preference to the combination of efficiency and design, is continually rising, stimulating the necessity of producing high-end and fashionable NAS-servers. The new DiskStation DS411slim from Synology can boast both, an advanced performance and ergonomic design to satisfy the needs of any customer.

Design and Layout

Synology DS411 Slim is able to strike the customers with its compact dimensions and 'glamorously-strict' design. It will blend with any environment and is easily transportable. This goes beyond all assumptions as the external enclosure covers a multi-functional server with eSATA and USB interfaces, as well as Ethernet. This NAS can be applied for the accomplishment of varied tasks and processes, …

New characteristics of co-processors Xeon Phi

For several years, developed Intel Larrabee graphics cards have changed its destiny, and now proudly referred to coprocessors Xeon Phi. The June announcement gave a very rough idea of ​​their characteristics and applications (highly specialized servers and workstations). Now some details will be revealed.

Bboosters Xeon Phi will be available in versions with 57, 60 and 61 core. There are in general 64 computational units, but some of them will be disabled. Depending on the number of cores the cache size varies from 1.8-1.9 MB first level and 28-30,5 MB second. The volume of onboard GDDR5 memory is 3, 6, and 8 GB.

Intel Xeon Phi device will operate on a low clock rate from 600-1100 MHz for the lower 57-core models with 3 and 6 GB of GDDR5, to the 630-1050 MHz or more for the older 60 — and 61-core board with 8 GB of RAM. Effective memory frequency will be in the range of 5-5.5 GHz. Support for dynamic overclocking Turbo Boost will be provided by reasonable balance of …

Fractal Design has announced Define R4 hull

In nearly two years after the announcement of the hull Define R3, Fractal Design Company announced the release of its ideological successor. New, executed in the same minimalist style, has received the designation Define R4.

The hull is designed to install motherboard sizes ATX, Micro ATX and Mini ATX, and eight expansion cards. Define R4 design provides for two external 5.25-inch bay size, as well as ten internal, eight — to set the size 3.5-inch HDD, two — for the installation of SSD size 2.5 inches.

As the creators say, inside Define R4 can be used CPU coolers up to 170 cm, power supplies up to 270 cm, and graphics up to 295 or 430 mm (respectively, with basket for the HDD, and without it). As for the cooling system, it involves the installation of up to seven fans: two front, one rear, two top, one bottom and one side. The package includes two fans Silent Series R2, front and rear. Both are characterized by a diameter of 140 mm and speed 1000 r / min. Interestingly, …
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