QNAP TS-464-8G-44ST-US 4 Bay High-Performance Desktop NAS with 12TB Storage Capacity, Preconfigured RAID 5 Seagate IronWolf HDD Bundle

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  • 4 x 4TB Seagate IronWolf drives pre-installed and pre-configured with RAID 5. Hassle-free
  • Seagate IronWolf drives include a robust 3-year Rescue Data Recovery Services plan
  • Quad-core Intel Celeron N5105/N5095 4-core/4-thread burst up to 2.9 GHz with 8GB DDR4 RAM
  • Dual 2.5GbE (2.5G/1G/100M) ports accelerates file sharing across teams and devices or streamline large file transfers
  • Dual M.2 PCIe Gen3x2 NVMe SSD slots enable cache acceleration or SSD storage pools for improved performance
  • Multiple USB 3.2 Gen 2 ports (type-A) with up to 10Gb/s transfer speeds, allowing compatibility with newer, faster USB drives/expansion enclosures for transferring large media files
  • Centrally store and organize personal or family photos, music, and videos
  • Effortlessly backup your Windows Computers with QNAP’s NetBak Replicator software and Mac computers with Time Machine
  • Securely access your Files from anywhere with MyQNAPCloud
QNAP TS-464-8G-44ST-US 4 Bay High-Performance Desktop NAS with 12TB Storage Capacity, Preconfigured RAID 5 Seagate IronWolf HDD Bundle
QNAP TS-464-8G-44ST-US 4 Bay High-Performance Desktop NAS with 12TB Storage Capacity, Preconfigured RAID 5 Seagate IronWolf HDD Bundle


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Specification: QNAP TS-464-8G-44ST-US 4 Bay High-Performance Desktop NAS with 12TB Storage Capacity, Preconfigured RAID 5 Seagate IronWolf HDD Bundle

Hard Drive

‎Solid State Drive



Item Weight

‎13.97 pounds

Package Dimensions

‎20.2 x 13.5 x 12.2 inches

Hard Drive Interface




Country of Origin


Date First Available

‎March 27, 2024

Reviews (10)

10 reviews for QNAP TS-464-8G-44ST-US 4 Bay High-Performance Desktop NAS with 12TB Storage Capacity, Preconfigured RAID 5 Seagate IronWolf HDD Bundle

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  1. Amazon Customer

    Had a TS-451 die on me, and this one is a direct swap for the drives. Went incredibly easy.

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  2. MBD

    Please note, this is a long review, but I think it may hold some interesting helpful information for others to review. First off, I had to return the first unit that was shipped to me because it was DOA. Also returned an expansion card as it unfortunately does not fit this unit (didn’t get that PCIe and NVme slots were different given the fact that the PCIe card had two Nvme slots and a fan. The replacement unit is so far is working fine (I will surely register for the 5-year warranty).

    Now the review of the unit itself. I understand why some reviewers called this a niche product (somewhere between home and business). For me it seems to be doing its job really nicely so far. Only 3 drive bays, but frankly that’s all I need. I had an ancient Seagate Blackarmor 4 bay unit with 4 lightly used Seagate Barracuda 7200 1TB drives at 3Gbps (in its day [2012] these were considered NAS quality drives). Unfortunately, after hours of fiddling and research, I finally determined that I could only use this old unit if I went back to SMB1 security levels (something that is not recommended) but can be done in Windows 10– if you know where to look to turn it off. How do I know it worked? I tried it and sure enough the Blackarmor was not only recognized but worked quite easily– but not safe if I ever decided to connect to the internet. Hence, I researched and ultimately decided on the TS-364 by QNAP.

    I researched carefully if I could use my old 1TB drives and the info for the TS-364 clearly stated both 6Gbps and 3Gbps supported drives– so I took a chance and it worked. To those drives I added 2x 2TB Nvme drives in both the available slots and bought a usb 3.2 hard drive enclosure for the remaining Barracuda drive to connect to one of the NAS’s USB 3.2 ports. So far other than a dead Ethernet cable that was shipped with the replacement unit, everything is now working really well, and I am quite happy with the overall setup and performance.

    The USB 3.2 ports, ethernet 2.5Gbps and HDMI 1.4b ports are not the perfect combination. I would have loved another ethernet port and HDMI 2.x port, but frankly– as noted above, I am a home user and at least for now, don’t even foresee connecting the unit through HDMI. So overall I would give it a solid 8.5/10 and am currently quite happy with the purchase. I really don’t think there is anything else out there that matches all the specs for the home/light business user (especially since I could reuse my drives.). There seems to be a lot of software aps for the QNAP device and the GUI (yes, I am showing my age) is really nice. Just make sure you register for the 5-year warranty. I may write QNAP and find out if they will replace the DOA ethernet cable that came with the second unit– but probably too much of a pain as you can get Cat 5,6,7,8 cables for pretty cheap. You made it! That’s the whole review. I hope it helps someone in their decision-making process. MD

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  3. D R.

    Admittedly was a bit gunshy at first with a 3-bay NAS, but it’s been a few weeks and I don’t regret one bit. I am moving over from a very reliable Qnap TS-419P+ that has served me for over a decade. Key highlights:
    – Great size – quite compact, although it is somewhat deep.
    – At first was running a little bit hotter than I expected. It is on the same shelf as my previous unit, but based on the depth the back was only a couple inches away from the wall. I did a bit of re-jigging and pulled it out a bit more to give the fan more airflow, and it’s definitely running cooler.
    – Configured with 3x 12TB IronWolfs in RAID 5 config. I was a bit nervous about a more write penalty due to only 3 disks, but that has not been seen. I can max out and copy a full 2.5Gbps over the network and the disks more than keep up.
    – Running Emby Server for media services on it and it handles 4K transcoding like a breeze. The CPU is only pegging 3-4% when I do.

    All in all I am really pleased with this purchase and so far am not regretting going to 3 bay. Maybe down the road it could inhibit expansion, but I feel that’s a long way off. Strongly recommended!

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  4. AndrewFL

    I was impressed with the build quality and ease of setting up this NAS, but shortly after receiving it, I realized that Amazon’s description of the product was misleading. The 8GB RAM version of this NAS is NOT expandable to 16Gb RAM as stated in the manufacturer’s information. Since I spent hours configuring the NAS before realizing that I’d been tricked, and I need a working backup solution, I feel like I can’t go through the return process. I’m hoping this 1-star review will attract people’s attention and help them make an informed decision.

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  5. Eric T.

    Easy to set up, great apps. I am using this a PLEX server as I got tired(after years and years) of running my computer 24/7. Easy to add Hard drives. Started with one 8tb added one more and will continue until all four bays are used. No issues whatsoever. Pretty quiet, a little hum in a quiet room. Very pleased with this purchase so easy to use.

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  6. Dylan

    The desktop browser version of the interface is acceptable but not polished or overly intuitive. The mobile version in a browser makes 2003 Google look fancy. Then I figured I’d install the qnap app and be set. Nope, there are at least 10 apps for different functions. 1 to setup, 1 view files etc. I guess time will tell but I’m not thrilled with my $600 purchase at the moment

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  7. DeejB

    Es el primer NAS que adquiero y no podría estar más feliz con la compra

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  8. Amazon Customer

    I recently purchased the QNAP TS-264-8G-US 2 Bay High-Performance Desktop NAS, and I must say, it has exceeded all my expectations. As someone who relies heavily on digital storage for both school and personal use, finding the right NAS was crucial. The TS-264 has been a game-changer.

    Build Quality and Setup: The NAS is solidly built, with a design that’s both sleek and functional. Setting it up was a breeze, thanks to the intuitive QNAP software. The step-by-step instructions made the process smooth and hassle-free, even for someone not very tech-savvy.

    Storage and Expandability: The two-bay setup offers plenty of storage for my current needs, but I love the fact that I can expand the storage if needed. The flexibility to add more drives in the future is a huge plus.

    Support: On the one occasion I needed assistance, QNAP’s customer support was outstanding. They were knowledgeable, patient, and helped me resolve my query quickly.

    Conclusion: The QNAP TS-264-8G-US is an exceptional NAS that combines high performance, ease of use, and reliability. It’s perfect for anyone looking for a dependable storage solution, be it for professional or personal use. Highly recommended!

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  9. Bertco

    Bought this to replace an aging Synology NAS that was giving me some issues being used as a daily drive.
    I purchased 4 new 4TB Seagate NAS drives and set this up in a RAID 5. The setup was fairly intuitive, Qnap has a pretty good quick-start to get you going.
    The array is super quiet and fast enough to be used as a working drive on my network.
    Happy so far.

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  10. Theodore

    I ordered and received the QNAP TS-464-8G in December 2023 (shipped and sold by Amazon) and the memory WAS upgradeable. I noticed other reviewers complaining that their 8 GB QNAP was not upgradeable with regards to memory, but mine did not have that issue. Finding that was the case, I decided to upgrade the ram. There were two so-dimm slots on the motherboard; one slot populated with an 8 GB stick of ram and the other slot was empty. There was a sticker on the stick of ram that was pre-installed in the unit, with a note that the warranty is void if removed. So I decided to leave that stick of 8 GB memory in place in order one stick to add to the machine. Normally I would have two matching sticks, but I did not want to void my warranty. I went to crucial’s website, used the find compatible memory tool, and ordered one of the 8GB single stick part numbers from Amazon. My TS-464 is now purring along with 16 GB of ram with no issues to report. I have only been puttering around with this NAS for a few days and I’m new to using QNAP so it is a little bit of a learning curve to find my way around. It could/should be easier to set up and configure. Part of the reason I ordered this particular model is because the processor has 4 cores and supports hardware transcode with the integrated graphics, which is good for Plex. Performance seems good and everything runs okay so far. At the moment I rated this four stars but I will be back to update if I encounter anything else bad or good to share.

    After getting more experience with the TS-464 and a TS-664 I’m changing this review to 5 stars. I like these NAS very much.

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