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AS5104T vs AS6104T (advances/differences)

Postby WTF » Thu Jun 22, 2017 4:51 am

hi

what are the main advances and differences between these 2 devices?
i'm asking cause i've bought 4x10tb hdd's and to get the data from the old 6tb drives in a 5104 to the new ones safely, i've bought a cheap 6104 to "just" copy the data.
when this'll be finished i have to sold one, but i'm not sure which of them.
the display thing and 4k doesn't matter....

thx alot!
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Re: AS5104T vs AS6104T (advances/differences)

Postby orion » Thu Jun 22, 2017 10:17 am

You should keep 6104 of course. AS-6104 equips the newer CPU (than 5104).
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Re: AS5104T vs AS6104T (advances/differences)

Postby WTF » Fri Jun 23, 2017 1:14 am

yes i know that the 6104 got the newer cpu.
but when you compare both cpu's there's a significant better geekbench aes single core performance:
http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-J3060-vs-Intel-Celeron-J1900

but i don't know under which conditions this plays out.
at this time i use the 5104 only as a media center with kodi, but in the near future i want to set up a virtual machine.
in this case the possibility to upgrade the 6104 with 2x8gb ram is an advantage over the 5105 with 1x8gb only.

and when i've got enough time, i also want to use the nas for surveillance too.

still not sure.......
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Re: AS5104T vs AS6104T (advances/differences)

Postby crazynas » Fri Jun 23, 2017 5:02 pm

asustor no 5105 model.... :D :D :D :D
And AS6104T not support 2x8GB memory limited by intel cpu. Do you know?
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Re: AS5104T vs AS6104T (advances/differences)

Postby WTF » Sun Jun 25, 2017 4:11 am

crazynas wrote:asustor no 5105 model.... :D :D :D :D

i think you mean 5104 cause there's no 5105 modell out there ;-)

And AS6104T not support 2x8GB memory limited by intel cpu. Do you know?

no officaly, but it works and 16gb would be recognized

but in the mean time, there's another player in the game: qnap ts-453a
for 390€ i couldn't say no and i think this will be the winner for me
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