It didn't prompt with NVMe on some TOS 5 builds, so if newer TOS 5 & 5.1 have resolved that with an updated bootinit/kernel then great.
Report Issues, Ask Questions and Find Answers Quickly Right Here
Thank you,TMroy wrote: ↑10 Mar 2023, 01:04F2-223/F4-223 is a brand-new model from the previous generation F2-221/F5-221.
When the F2-221/F5-221 used Intel Celeron J3355 duo-core processor with only 2GB DDR4, The brand-new F2-223/F4-223 uses Intel Celeron N4505 dual-core processor with 4GB DDR4, with main frequency of up to 2.0GHz and the maximum Turbo frequency of 2.9GHz.
It is integrated with a GPU graphics card and AES NI hardware encryption In addition, it is equipped with two 2.5G Ethernet ports that feature a read and write speed of up to 283MB/S(By using network aggregation, the transmission bandwidth can even be as high as 5Gbps), and a 4GB DDR4 dual-channel memory (expandable up to 32 GB). Moreover, with the default TOS 5 installed and with TerraMaster Hyper cache supported, this storage is internally installed with 2 x M.2 NVMe slots, which accelerates SSD caching and doubles the storage efficiency of disk arrays.
The F2-223/F4-223 comes with various functions including file storage, multimedia management, backup, cloud drive synchronization, remote access, 4K HD video transcoding, and it is also suitable for home file backup and multimedia entertainment.
To know more from other media
https://www.techpowerup.com/299291/terr ... with-traid
That doesn't answer my question. Were you replying to someone else?