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post #21 of 25
Aren't we all already going broke doing photography?
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yeah I am selling one of my lenses to have money to feed the PC addiction as well as have enough for moving to the new apartment lol ARAWRAWRAW!!!!
post #23 of 25
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Originally Posted by r31ncarnat3d View Post
Aren't we all already going broke doing photography?
QTF

i keep 3 copies, of new pictures. 1 on my exisiting HD (laptop or pc depends on where i imported them) and on 2 externals. no counting duplicates i have almost 3tbs of raw images.....so using SSD is a HUGE NO NO.
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post #24 of 25
I use my regular 250gb internal, my 300GB backup internal and my 350 GB external for storage, files, and photos. My SSD is actually my backup in case my regular HD fails on me. I also use my SSD if I'm in a rush and need to have my PC running quick. For example, if I need to look up directions online within 2 minutes, I turn on using the SSD since it only takes me less than 40 seconds to have Windows 7 loaded and running.

I only have one game installed on the SSD and it runs great but that's about it.
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Crucial SSD 64GB, WD 250GB, WD 320GB, WD 750GB ... ASUS DVD-RW, LG DVD-RW, LG BluRay 12x Driver Corsair H50  Windows 7 Ultimate 64 
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LG 27" LCD Flatron E2742 Logitech ultra-thin Illuminated Wired  Corsair 650watt +80 Bronze NZXT Phantom 
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post #25 of 25
I'm with most people here I store only the pictures that I am currently editing on my 120gb SSD and once I am done with them I store them on a 2TB hdd and an external hd as well.
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