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The QNAP TS-639Pro TurboNAS is a multi-functional network-attached storage device designed for personal, home and business use. It is powered with the latest QTS Firmware, which comes loaded with several advanced features such as backup, multimedia solutions and cloud services.

List of Features

  • Comes with six bays that can support both 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch hard drives,
  • Enabled with QNAP's Turbo NAS server that allows for competitive file management,
  • Offers five diverse modes for friendly configuration of hard drives,
  • Rolls out with a smart, user-friendly and intuitive interface,
  • Complete & advanced business features include simultaneous share across max. 256 users and advanced domain security policies,
  • Offers multimedia solutions such as downloading, streaming and sharing of media across different devices and networks,
  • QNAP's Qsync application allows for syncing of files, for backup reasons;
  • Powered by dual-core 1.8 GHz processor, 1GB DDR II RAM enhance as well;


Category Specifications
Main Memory 1GB DDR II RAM
CPU Marvell 6282 1.80 GHz
HDD capacity and type Six bays that supports both 2.5” and 3.5” SATA hard drives; rackmount NAS storage
Connectivity Gigabit Ethernet, 2x USB 2.0 and 4x eSATA
Supported OS Windows, Mac and Linux/UNIX
Power Consumption (W) Sleep mode: 66.2, In Operation: 93.1W

Using Technologies

Some of the technologies used in QNAP TS-639Pro TurboNAS are:

  • Marvell 1.80GHz CPU - allows for faster data processing, of great invaluable for busy networks
  • Six bays - accomodate versatile hard drives with amazing data storage capacities
  • Gigabit Ethernet – enable faster transfer speeds and improved connections between networks
  • USB 2.0 and eSATA - allow for quick transfer of files and other peripheral devices

Known Issues and Troubleshooting

  • Difficulty with Recovery – The QES Quicknas 1.1 doesn’t entirely resolve iSCSI recovery issues associated with QNAP TS-639pro Turbonas. A thorough backup before a system reset will come in handy, plus experience on how to Reset Configuration & version number upgrade
  • Connection pre-negotiation error for link aggregation – a not so friendly event that involves incorrect settings of your physical network port. This problem can be fixed in ctrl+2 CLI command > network-cli onlink-agg-list (if any available) > network-cli linkagg-delete # (whichever results are found)

Information about Driver

The driver for the QNAP TS-639Pro TurboNAS is integrated into the latest firmware of the device. Consequently, when a user has installed and updated to the latest QTS firmware, the driver will automatically be included. To check if the device has the latest driver installed, select the Update and license option in the device’s web user interface. The firmware checker will provide continuous real-time statistics on the current latest version available, and if applying updates are necessary.