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Buffalo TeraStation 5400 Review

For further benchmarking, we test each NAS using Intel’s NAS Performance Toolkit to rate 2 key areas of NAS performance. We measure File Copy speeds to and from the NAS and the Directory Copy speeds to and from the NAS. System RAM is set to 2048MB of RAM to ensure there is no mem caching for transfers.

DescriptionFile Copy To NASFile Copy From NAS
Buffalo TS5400D108.2268.41
DescriptionHD Video Playback2x HD Playback4x HD Playback
Buffalo TS5400D77.6786.7184.79
DescriptionHD Video RecordHD Playback and Record
Buffalo TS5400D108.4387.63
DescriptionContent CreationOffice Productivity
Buffalo TS5400D12.2340.89
DescriptionDirectory Copy To NASDirectory Copy From NASPhoto Album
Buffalo TS5400D14.2713.3610.00

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