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post #46 of 124
160GB

But I have external FireWire discs adding 660GB (500GB + 160GB) to that number.
post #47 of 124
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Originally Posted by colonelkernel8 View Post
If you had a YB of anything, thats like every song ever made in WAV uncompressed as well as the exact genetic makeup of every human or animal that has lived as well as a record of every atom and molecule in the universe.

That or like 50 Super future high definition movies!
post #48 of 124
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Originally Posted by gritzcolin View Post
That or like 50 Super future high definition movies!
Did you guys not read it? IIRC It said every computers HD in the world doesnt add up to 1YB!

-= Matt =-
post #49 of 124
Main PC: 750GB Hitachi, 400GB Seagate, 250GB Maxtor, 750GB external Seagate, 300GB external Seagate.

heh..I think I have enough
post #50 of 124
Let's see, 4TB in my server 2TB in my desktop a 500gig external drive and a 1.6TB NAS box. I love how cheap HD's have become.
post #51 of 124
Me too! Cant wait to get my new'uns
post #52 of 124
2 x 320GB
1 x 300GB
1 x 500GB

Total comes to 1440GB, or 1.44TB.

When 1TB Seagate or WD drives come down in price, I will hopefully expand by one or two terabytes. For now, I'm staying away from Hitachi Deathstars.
post #53 of 124
Maxtor IMHO are the best
post #54 of 124
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Originally Posted by Deiz View Post
2 x 320GB
1 x 300GB
1 x 500GB

Total comes to 1440GB, or 1.44TB.

When 1TB Seagate or WD drives come down in price, I will hopefully expand by one or two terabytes. For now, I'm staying away from Hitachi Deathstars.
I have already RMA about 4 seagates in the past 2 years....Hitachi and Maxtor have been good to me since the death of the 'death star' era (2000ish)
post #55 of 124
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Maxtor IMHO are the best
Maxtor is no more. It was bought by Seagate quite some time ago actually.

after owning almost a dozen Maxtor drives, I'm slowly switching to WD.

WD is more reliable and not as noisy as my Maxtors.

Also, Maxtor's have horrible horrible write latency. about 50% slower than other competing drives, across ALL their desktop drives.
post #56 of 124
320GB Seagate 7200.10 + 160GB Seagate 7200.9 + 160GB Maxtor DiamondMax Plus 9 + 500GB Western Digital MyBook (external)
post #57 of 124
Since I run a laptop, it's 160 gigs in my main PC.

But, I run three externals (2x 320 gigs and a 250 gig), so I can keep around anything and everything I possibly can (every DVD, CD, and digital photo in our house is backed up).
post #58 of 124
120 GB internal, 250 GB external.
post #59 of 124
My main system is two suspended 500GB Samsung drives, augmented by a 400GB external Seagate.
post #60 of 124
1.92TB
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