Some lower end NASes like ASUSTOR’s Drivestor 4 Pro use ARM processors—just like the Raspberry Pi! Can the Pi hold its own against a lower-cost NAS from a major storage vendor?

Check out the Drivestor 4 Pro here:
And more on Radxa’s Taco:

And here’s a link to all the benchmarking and testing I did:

Other parts used in the NAS builds in this video:

– Seagate IronWolf NAS 4TB HDD:
– Sabrent Rocket Q 8TB NVMe SSD:
– SanDisk Extreme 32GB microSD card:
– Cable Matters SATA Extension Cables:
– Noctua NF-A14 5V USB Fan:
– Phanteks Stackable 3.5″ HDD Brackets:
– 12V 8A power supply:

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00:00 – Pi vs NAS, begin!
01:55 – Hardware comparison
04:47 – Software – ADM vs OMV
05:59 – Disk performance
07:33 – Network performance
09:32 – CPU and energy efficiency
11:02 – Who wins?
12:03 – Outro and outtakes