AOOSTAR WTR R7 PRO New DIY NAS Metal Shell Mini PC with 6 HDD bays, 6 NVMe slots,10 GbE Ethernet port,2 x 2.5 GbE Ethernet ports,LED screen and a Ryzen 7 5800U processor

AOOSTAR WTR R7 PRO New DIY NAS Metal Shell Mini PC with 6 HDD bays, 6 NVMe slots,10 GbE Ethernet port,2 x 2.5 GbE Ethernet ports,LED screen and a Ryzen 7 5800U processor


Due to uncontrollable factors, the 6 Bay NAS will be delayed for pre-sale. The original plan was to put AMD Ryzen 7 5800U motherboards on this NAS, but the company has decided to abandon the original plan and replace it with AMD Ryen 7000 series CPUs, please wait for our update to see which CPUs are available.😫😩



  • CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 ? CPU 
  • 6 x 2.5/3.5 inch hard drive bays
  • 6 x slots for PCIe NVMe SSDs
  • 2 x 10 GbE Ethernet port
  • 2 x 2.5 GbE Ethernet ports
  • 1 x DP
  • 1 x HDMI
  • Support  U.2
  • Metal case
  • LED display: can reflect machine temperature, GPU percentage, etc.

For more details, please wait for us to conduct the test, we will upload the detail pictures on the official website.

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This thing ticks a lot of boxes but has been dangled since the back end of last year. Can we get an update please ‘cos a fair few people will be needing to make decisions on purchases, and this can’t factor in those decisions unless there Is a little bit more info about specs, price and timeline.


Hy there,
any updates for this? Waiting patiently for this do be released.


Is there a time frame for this? We’re two months past when it was going to be out and I have to start my next build.

Rob Allen

What I’m looking for is :
- 10 gbit/s network (check)
- at least 6 2.5 slots (check)
- at least 1 M.2 slot (check
- really efficient CPU with best compute per watt ratio (and tdp below 30 watt) (to be seen)
- at least 32 GB of RAM (check)
- Integrated graphics (to be seen, probably also a check)

Use case : building a low power Proxmox server on which I can make freeNAS run with disk passthrough
I don’t care for hardware transcoding, I have a small N100 mini PC for my plex needs (and this mini PC gets everything by SMB from the NAS)

Anyway according to the future CPU you guys are going to put in this, it looks like a perfect match, hope to be able to buy it soon !


“Main purpose of such a device. Home Media Center with Hardware-Transcoding. So why the hell is there a AMD and not a Intel-CPU??? "

No, it says it is a NAS, not a home media center. I would not buy an Intel driven device, they are too expensive and not trustworthy. AMD is the way to go.

“But overall a great idea that goes in the right direction.”

Only very little with too much . It tries to do “all” for a NAS and that makes the product more complex than needed and rises the costs. Remove the 3.5" slots and make it much smaller, more compact and better against heat development of harddrives. Then we can use 2.5" SATA SSDs and NVMes only. Put 8 NVMe ports inside instead of 6. And also remove the handbrake 2.5GBit ports or replace them with two additional 10GBit ports. 2.5GBit ports are unnecessary pricy and slow. See Asustor Flashtor 6 FS6706T which is crippled by 2.5GBit ports and Intel CPU.

Other than that: bring one version with NVMe AND 2.5" slots and one with NVMe only. I will buy both (if they come with powerful AMD processors like here, no Intel ones).

Danni Low