QNAP QM2-4P-384 Quad M.2 2280/22110 PCIe SSD Expansion Card (PCIe GEN3X4)

QNAPSKU: QM2-4P-384

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Description

Overview

Flexible and versatile, boosts performance and functionality
QM2 series PCIe cards add support for M.2 SSDs to a QNAP NAS, allowing users to configure SSD caching, a caching pool, or an auto-tiering volume to improve overall NAS performance.

Tackle performance bottlenecks
QM2 boosts performance by adding M.2 SSDs. It doesn’t occupy any 3.5-inch drive bays, allowing you to maximize both your storage capacity and performance.

- M.2 SSDs* can be installed to form caching pools or an auto-tiering volume.
- Enables SSD caching to boost performance and optimizes storage efficiency with Qtier Technology**.
- M.2 SSD thermal sensors allow real-time M.2 SSD temperature monitoring.
- A quiet cooling module (heatsink and smart fan) minimizes overheating risks and sustains constant high performance.
- LED indicators for monitoring M.2 SSD status.

Specifications
Connector 4 x M.2 2280 PCIe (Gen3 x 4) NVMe SSD slots
PCIe and Lanes PCIe Gen3 x 8
Bracket Low-profile (default). Low-profile flat and Full-height brackets are also included.
Dimensions (L x W x H) 204.95 × 68.9 × 20.6 mm
Form factor Low-profile
Note [NAS] Recommended models (please update your NAS to latest version)

Note: The TS-x77 and TVS-x82(T) series only supports installing the QM2 in the System Zone PCIe slot (PCIe slot 1).

Please check the M.2 SSD compatibility list and QM2 Installation Guide
Note [PC] Note:
The system BIOS and Operating System (OS) must be capable of supporting a PCIe NVMe SSD. Please refer to the technical manual of your system or consult with the vendor.
Architecture Diagram architecture_diagram_qm2

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