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I'm saving to replace them with 3TB or 4TB (crosses fingers and hopes they come out soon) drives. I have a feeling I'll fill 4TB up awfully quickly.
with what?!?

I have 8 pc's backed up to my drives lol
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with what?!?
I'm a digital packrat. I have all of my movies, and all of my favorite TV shows on my storage array. Pretty sure TV shows are legal for me to have as long as I delete them when I'm done watching.

The movies are all DVD's and now blu rays that I own. I also save images of all of my installs (games, OS's, Steam backups, etc, etc).

Space runs out very quickly.....
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Intel i5 2320 @ 3.1GHz MSI B75MA-E33 HIS HD7970 3GB @ 1050 / 1700, 1.17v Patriot 2x4GB DDR3-1066 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Crucial MX100 256GB WD Green 2TB DVDRW Corsair H50 Push / Pull 
CoolingOSMonitorMonitor
NZXT 120mm fans strapped to stock 7970 cooler Windows 10 Pro Dell 3007WFP Dell 2007FP 
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Windows 8.1 + Steam Big Picture / Plex HT 50" Insignia LED 1080p Logitech Rosewill Green 530w 
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post #33 of 33
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Originally Posted by pioneerisloud View Post
I'm a digital packrat. I have all of my movies, and all of my favorite TV shows on my storage array. Pretty sure TV shows are legal for me to have as long as I delete them when I'm done watching.

The movies are all DVD's and now blu rays that I own. I also save images of all of my installs (games, OS's, Steam backups, etc, etc).

Space runs out very quickly.....
Haha, I do the same thing! ...my pictures folder keeps growing unwillingly though, 100GB+ atm.
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