RipNAS Intros CD-ripping NAS SSD

"RipNAS has launched two new NAS CD-ripping devices under its Statement series."

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RipNAS Intros CD-ripping NAS SSD
The stylish Statement SSD from RipNAS is a CD-ripping NAS deviceNAS devices that can rip CDs are still in their infancy and not very popular, but RipNAS believes otherwise. After launching its first CD-ripping NAS device in February, the company has introduced two new Statement devices to virtually capture the market.
The first of its kind Statement SSD comes in a visually stunning silver box that boasts of a dual-core Intel Atom CPU, 2GB RAM and four USB 2.0 ports. Based on Windows Home Server, it comes with 500GB storage capacity through two 250GB SSDs.
The other version is Statement HDD, which features a massive 3TB storage capacity through its two 1.5TB drives. Both devices have the ability to handle variety of tasks including CP ripping, media streaming and networked file storage. According to RipNAS, the best feature of both devices is that unlike traditional CD-ripping devices, these are completely silent.
While the company has remained silent on pricing, the devices are not expected to come cheap keeping in mind their top-of-the-line specifications and lack of competition.
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28-04-2009, 11:11:41

room is around 30 degree and the speedstep is on

28-04-2009, 11:13:52


I think you should be more worried about the temperature when it is on load.
But to answer your question, I don't know. It depends on what type of cooling you are using.

Stock fan for now. i'm worried about my temp. ex:, when i'm starting Civilization 4 and Utorrent and word, my processor goes up to 62 degree.

28-04-2009, 14:13:20

Taking into account how hot the room is, those are acceptable temps.

I'd look into getting a better cooler when you can, but your processor wont melt (for now :P). If you want to reduce temps by a bit, disable hyperthreading.


29-04-2009, 05:19:56

Got it clocked? Any Quad based chip with extra voltage usually is a heathouse xD

29-04-2009, 05:55:29


Got it clocked? Any Quad based chip with extra voltage usually is a heathouse xD

i7 is back to old p4 days, pretty sure the i7's are back on netburst architechture add in the fact the memory controller is built in now and you understand why they are so hot.

I personaly think Intel have done it on purpose, if this chip was perfect straight away, why would we upgrade? Something to think about.

29-04-2009, 13:42:21

Its not based on the old netburst, otherwise we'd be looking at 300w for a quad. I reckon its the integrated memory controller, which adds probably 10-20w and the hyperthreading which push the heat

29-04-2009, 14:24:50

I really thought it had revisited the netburst achitecture for these, my bad if not.
But all the extras on the die will add to the heat, the X58 nb as it were pumps out some heat too

29-04-2009, 14:34:18

Maybe I'm wrong, but I thought they abandoned the netburst architecture because the pipeline was so deep to get as many clock cycles, and that was really innefficient and generated heat, without actually getting any more performance (megahertz myth). The nehalem was originally going to be P4, but it got scrapped and the name reused.

29-04-2009, 15:05:37

Really not sure mate now, be interesting to find out as its deffo an old achitecture they ahve gone back too.

06-05-2009, 03:41:29

From what i have read Diablo had it right, nehalem was meant to be used as a Netburst architecture codename, but as the actual architecture itself was turning out to be a lame duck, the code name was recycled based on this new one, which can trace it routes back to the P3 architecture as well, Just like the Core2

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