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This handy tool will help you find the best performing NASes. It crunches through our deep product performance databases and sorts products into comparative rankings so that you can easily see which products perform the best without having to click through pages of charts.

NASes are ranked based on performance only. Product features, support and reliability are not taken into account in the rankings.

The default view is Total NAS performance ranking sorted by Total Rank. Rank values are relative with lower = better.

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Class (Processor type used in NAS) Key: Atom=Intel Atom, uP=General purpose processor, SoC=Application specific processor, often ARM-based. -N indicates number of processor cores.

Product Rank: RAID5-10GbE NAS

10 products found
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#1
1.6

5 bay RAID 5 class NAS running on quad-core Intel Atom platform. Supports eSATA connected expansion cabinet & optional 10 GbE or M.2 SSD cache

$ 800

#2
2.8

Six bay Intel Quad Core (Broadwell) Xeon NAS with revamped OS based on BTRFS with built-in antivirus

$ 1275

#3
3.5

Five-bay quad-core AMD SoC SATA NAS with dual Gigabit LAN, USB 3.0 and optional 10GbE

$ 697

#4
3.6

Four-bay dual-core Intel Core i3 powered SATA NAS with quad Gigabit LAN, USB 3.0 and HDMI ports. 10GbE & 4x1GbE PCIe expansion options via two PCIe slots

$ 897

#5
4.0

8 bay RAID 5 class 10 GbE NAS running on quad-core Annapurna Labs platform. Supports eSATA connected expansion cabinets

$ 850

#6
4.8

Four-bay RAID5 class NAS with dual Gigabit Ethernet ports and built-in 10GbE SFP+ port. Powered by dual-core Annapurna Labs CPU.

$ 420

#7
5.4

Four bay RAID 5 NAS powered by quad-core Intel Celeron J3455 processor. Optional 10 GbE support via PCIe card.

$ 641

#8
6.1

Preconfigured four-bay Intel octo-core Atom based NAS running FreeBSD-based FreeNAS 9.3

$ 999

#9
6.3

Intel Core i3 seven-bay BYOD NAS with USB 3.0, HDMI and 10 GbE port, supporting multiple volumes and filesystems with many serving options.

$ 983

#10
6.8

Intel Pentium G850 seven-bay BYOD NAS with USB 3.0, HDMI and 10 GbE ports, supporting multiple volumes and filesystems with many serving options.

$ 1199

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