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i am working on building a "carputer" using a raspberry pi or similar device (what ever i find that has a SATA port)
Normally i'd go SSD but i have over 250GB of Flac music, So that would be very pricy for an SSD, and if i can get a vibration/shock resistant case and drive for less than the price of an SSD i'd like to go that route.
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id just get a good rubber case and a good warranty and backup often as you will be using that warrenty up with any "shock resistant" case with a mechanical drive inside.

but that said im pretty sure vibrations in a car wont be all that bad most of the time and you could use alot of foam under the case that you are putting said computer in and it would be fine
     
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i am working on building a "carputer" using a raspberry pi or similar device (what ever i find that has a SATA port)
Normally i'd go SSD but i have over 250GB of Flac music, So that would be very pricy for an SSD, and if i can get a vibration/shock resistant case and drive for less than the price of an SSD i'd like to go that route.

Get a laptop HDD and rubber band mount it.
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