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|28th February 2009, 18:21||#1|
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Affordable Home NAS: D-Link DNS-313 Review
The results make it clear once again that we are dealing with an entry-level device. However, it does quite well for its class. The use of Gigabit Ethernet is just a marketing trick because the data-transfer rate is within 100Mbps. The DNS-313 is not impressive as an external USB drive, either.
Next we performed another group of tests to benchmark the integrated FTP server. As usual, there were three types of multimedia content: a 30MB folder with 130 photographs (S), a 130MB album with MP3 music (M) and a 3.7GB DVD image (L). The iTunes and media servers had been disabled before this test.
The results are somewhat better here. Of course, the speeds are rather low, but comparable to those of many midrange NASes. The only unclear thing is why the speed of reading the folder with music is lower than the speed of writing the same folder.
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