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Written by Bruce Normann   
Thursday, 14 February 2013
Table of Contents: Page Index
EonNAS 850X NAS Network Storage Server
Closer Look: EonNAS Pro 850X
Insider Details: EonNAS Pro 850X
Technology Details: EonNAS Pro 850X
EonNAS 850X Features
Hardware Specifications
Software Specifications
NAS Setup and Usage
NAS Testing Methodology
Basic-Disk Test Results
RAID 5 Test Results
Intel NASPT Test Results
Non-Traditional NAS Results
NAS Server Final Thoughts
EonNAS Pro 850X Conclusion

EonNAS 850X Hardware Specifications

Hardware Specifications

Processor: Intel® Core i3TM 2125, 3.30 GHz Processor
System Memory: 8 GB DDR3-1333
LAN Interface:

RJ-45x2: 10/100/1000 BASE-TX Auto MDI/MDI-X
SFP+ x2: 10 Gigabit Ethernet

USB 2.0: Port x7 (Back x6) (Front x1)
USB 3.0: N/A
Display: 2 Line LCD Backlit Display
SATA DOM: 1 GB
VGA Output: VGA port (x1 on Rear Panel, Maintenance Mode)
Disk Interface: 8 x SATA 3GB/s for internal,
1 x eSATA for external
Power Supply: 430W Internal Power Supply
UPS Support: USB 2.0
Thermal/Fan control: Fan speed controlled by CPU thermal sensor
System Clock: Battery-backed up system clock
Power Management: Power on after shutdown due to power loss
Buttons: Power, Reset
Environment:

Temperature: 5°C to 40°C
Humidity: 5 ~ 80 % R.H. (Non-condensing)

Dimensions: (HxWxD) 310 x 175 x 380 (mm)
Certificates: ROHS,BSMI, CB, FCC /CE Class A, UL60959/ IEC 60950, CCC, GOST



The EonNAS 850X shipping
box contains the
following items:

System Unit
Quick Installation Guide
System CD
Ethernet Cable x2
HDD Screws x40
Power cord



 

Comments 

 
# RE: EonNAS 850X NAS Network Storage ServerDavid Ramsey 2013-02-18 09:27
On the first page of the review you refer to an "Intel Atom Core i3 CPU". I think the word "Atom" needs to be removed...
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# True That !!!Bruce 2013-02-18 17:12
There is NO WAY an Atom CPU came anywhere near this product!
Thanks, David.
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# Unable to purchaseSaturn2888 2013-04-02 23:06
Is this product available from anywhere for purchase? It's an awesome box which is actually exactly what I've been looking for the last 4 years.
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# Available in US - YesBruce 2013-04-03 07:06
There are several specialty vendors in the US that have a very deep product line in storage hardware. Here are two that have the 850X:

simplynas.com/eonnas-pro-850X-8-bay-diskless-tower-nas.aspx

provantage.com/infortrend-eonnas-pro-850x~7IFTR0A0.htm
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# Mr.Dean 2013-04-03 07:22
Freenas and Nas4Free uses ZFS. My thoughts on this configuration are:

1. Why no ECC memory?
2. Why RAID when you can use zpools?
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# RE: Mr.Bruce 2013-04-03 09:39
I can't speak for Infortrend, but here's my opinion.

1. Even though the 850X is a high performance model, it's still not in the same class as the EonNAS 3000 and EonNAS 5000 series, which DO have ECC memory as standard equipment.

2. The underlying technology may be using VDev and zpool; I don't know. I'm not a Solaris tyro, so I can't log in to the OS and see that deeply into the machine. The application SW does use the terms "volume" and "pool" in the disk configuration commands, but RAID is mentioned as well.
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