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How many GB do you have?

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How many GB do you have in your main computer? (in single computer, not network)

EDIT: it should say "1.5TB" not "1.5YB"
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4000GB - bad math penalty - file system penalty
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Originally Posted by devin_mm View Post
4000GB - bad math penalty - file system penalty

What size drives? 500GB drives?
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1TB
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i have to manage with a 60 gigabyte hard drive.
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I have a 16.7MP digital camera. RAW files are often 25M each. I also have an HD camcorder. 10M of video can be 1G easily. I chew threw disk like it's going out of style.

I have just under 2TB in my main computer alone.

GAD
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Originally Posted by LawnGnome View Post
EDIT: it should say "1.5TB" not "1.5YB"
but what if some people have a yottabyte?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yottabyte
what about them huh?
post #8 of 124
450gb:
(250 external - Backups, App/Game installer backups, Other huge files
And a 200gb internal, partitioned up into sections of media, no way near full.


Soon to be 950gb (Made with a new disk: 500gb)
or maybe 1450gb (1.45tb) (2 new disks: 500gb x2)
(Depending on the price of 500's/750's in a few months, it may be even more,

(eg 2x 750gb + my 450gb i already have)

-= Matt =-
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I have a 16.7MP digital camera...
What is the point? You must need a 200" TV/Monitor to view them at full size?!

-= Matt =-
post #10 of 124
have 150gb internally, but have 2TB in external mybooks connected to one pc, in all i have 9.5TB across the network and external drives. far too much for what i do now, used to use it.
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80gb WD SE, (2x) 120gb WD SE in Raid 0, 200gb Seagate 7200.10, 400gb Seagate 7200.10, 1tb Hitatchi
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What is the point? You must need a 200" TV/Monitor to view them at full size?!
1) I can crop 1/4 of any image and still have a remarkable printable image. I do this quite often in fact. Crop a 10MP image into quarters and you get 2.5MP. Barely enough.

2) In some of the pro settings (fashion for example), 16.7MP is barely enough. In the realm of medium format, 22MP is the entry point these days.

3) I bought the camera, not the MP. The camera just came with them.

GAD
post #13 of 124
I have 160gb and 200gb drives... will upgrade to 500gb soon
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Originally Posted by Baines93 View Post
What is the point? You must need a 200" TV/Monitor to view them at full size?!

-= Matt =-
The point is good resolution, and the ability to blow up pictures for printing.
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but what if some people have a yottabyte?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yottabyte
what about them huh?
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At this time, no computer has achieved one yottabyte of storage. In fact, the combined space of all the computers in the world does not amount to one yottabyte.
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