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Using the Charts

Results are imported into the NAS Chart Database. The default view shows the Windows File Copy benchmark, which is common to the current and previous test suites. The color of the bar indicates the version of test process used.

A cropped view of the NAS Chart in its default view is shown below. Other benchmarks are accessed using the Select benchmark dropdown.

NAS Chart default Windows File Copy view

NAS Chart default Windows File Copy view

Filters can be used to narrow the products shown. Filters are "sticky" and remain applied when you change benchmarks. So you may need to clear them if you get odd results.

Discontinued products are archived and hidden by default. Clicking on the Archived Products Hidden [Switch to show] link will display them. This control is "sticky" and will remain applied when you change benchmarks.

The Features button displays detailed product information including noise level, power consumption, processor, memory and more. Data for up to four products can be shown simultaneously in table format

The Benchmark Summary button produces a summary of all benchmark results for a single product selected via checkbox.

The Price vs. Performance button generates a plot of product price vs. the selected performance benchmark (figure below). Any filters applied in the Chart view are carried into this view. The screenshot below shows the File Copy Write Performance benchmark with results filtered for SoC-1 class and two bay products.

Note that the plot does not take into account NAS capacity so does not represent price / MB or GB. Mousing over a product icon will display the product name, model number, performance value and price.

Price vs.  Performance - File Copy write

Price vs. Performance - File Copy write

Other NAS Chart features are described here (scroll to the NAS Chart Changes section).

Questions and comments about the NAS Charts can be sent to comments@smallnetbuilder.com.

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