Upgradable RAM module for ReadyNAS

640KB 256MB ought to be enough for anyone. I struck gold when I took apart the ReadyNAS Duo. Underneath the metal plates I found end-user changable RAM module! There doesn’t seems to be any warranty stickers on the chassis.

ReadyNAS Duo - Upgradable RAM module

Upgradable RAM module on the ReadyNAS


256MB is quite a lot for normal usage. If you are those linux fanatics who hope to make the ReadyNAS Duo a mini server running your web scripts + database + radius server + something something … Then 256MB is obviously not enough for you! Go for 1GB! Do take note that you need to have DDR400 modules.

ReadyNAS Duo - DDR400 200 pin RAM module

Default 256MB RAM module on the ReadyNAS Duo

Can’t wait to run memory intensive applications (e.g. MLDonkey) on the ReadyNAS!

3 thoughts on “Upgradable RAM module for ReadyNAS

  • July 29, 2008 at 1:45 am
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    How much faster does it run, since your upgrade?

  • July 29, 2008 at 9:09 am
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    Phillip,

    Honestly, I’ve yet to find a suitable ram module for the ReadyNAS. It requires DDR1 modules which I don’t have.

    Having more RAM would reduce the amount of swapping and in turn improve performance. In fact, my ReadyNAS is comfortable with 256mb of ram. 🙂

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