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Buffalo TeraStation 5400 Review

For testing the transfer speed of the NAS with smaller files, we use the same method as the Avatar test but instead create two hundred individual MP3’s of specific file sizes for repeatable results. The files are copied from the workstation to the NAS and back 5 times. We pipe the transfer speeds during the benchmark to a .csv file for charting.

RAIDCopy To NAS (MB/s)Copy From NAS (MB/s)
RAID 562.2948.84

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