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Btw, WHICH HARDDRIVE CAN READ 40GB in 2seconds? I mean if you download it some other mean of media has to read and send it to you right?
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Btw, WHICH HARDDRIVE CAN READ 40GB in 2seconds? I mean if you download it some other mean of media has to read and send it to you right?


excellent obeservation.
I dont think a SSD drive could

As I said...
its only theory - not practical.
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Maybe, we need to wait for hard drives to catch up lol...that's some mind bending speeds!
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what LAN controller can download and upload 40GIGS a second?The highest i have heard of is a gigabit lan at 1000MB/S?
    
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I'm just wondering how much porn that old lady has downloaded by far.
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Sure!
100 PCs! , Thats hELLa easy!

( )
hey good excuse for a lan party


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Never really meant for it to be about gaming, but show me a RAID configuration that can handle those speeds and i'll agree with you.
Also, show me an internet connection that can ping 70ms to china from the U.S., and i'll also agree with you.
maybe one raid in itself maybe not and who said anything about raid? heck when you have a few thousand computers sitting there on multiple floors do you really think they would want to have raid on all of them? as far as the other end you don't have to do everythign with one computer and one raid setup. so your right I can't give you a raid example that handle those speeds I'm sorry, but I know of a few companies with their whole network behind it with all their computers there that could use something like this. btw they don't use raid except for maybe the servers themself but it isn't raid 0 as reliability is a little more important.

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Do you even understand how P2P networking works? They would all be dling from the same host, not each other (unless the said file was already on a drive, in which case they are idiots for re-dling it) meaning the hosts upstream would still be limited. Furthermore, even by piecing it up onto separate computers and drives all of the small chunks that were dled would have to revert back to a single mother drive anyway. In this case, all 99 computers would have to take turns sending the files back to the 1 computer's drive, which means the hard drive bottleneck is still there.
i understand how p2p works. I have also seen times where there are 30,000 peers. and not a whole lot of leechers so sometimes the bandwidth could be there. I have also cheated before back when I had dial up. it honestly was an easy way to cheat and get a little more download speed. take two computers both on different phone lines and connect to the internet. also have the two computers networked. as I download part of a file I would end up sharing it through the network to the other computer and the same with the other computer sharing with me. as long as we are not downloading the same piece of the torrent at the same time it works out fairly well. you sure this won't work cause I have done it before and it has done ok for me so far. if I want something and my girlfriend want something we are both going to download and share rather then use just one computer download the whole thing and then transfer files from my computer to hers.
now back to this part though of downloading it. the point is to give all the computers the same thing. what would be better just let one person download the file and then get every single computer try to leech it off thta one computre all at once or to share the load and have each person have a part and then this way balance the load out to everyone rather then just one? still have some issues on the back end but it's better then having the issue on the front and back.


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Its one of the most general rules of computing, a data transfer can only happen as fast as the slowest component involved.
yup your right. but that doesnt' mean you can't have more of the same part to help you out. in this case multiple computers.


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Btw, WHICH HARDDRIVE CAN READ 40GB in 2seconds? I mean if you download it some other mean of media has to read and send it to you right?
here is a question for you. how can google, msn, those file hosting sites all keep up.
when it comes to google for instance how much data do you think they go through in one second? I don't mean transfering through the web but hard drive use. you type something in it then has to go through it's database finding stuff that meets your requirements and then load the images and does god knows what else. now multiply it by how many users get on google at one time either doing things like searching, downloading, browsing their maps or whatever else they are doing. what hard drive do you know can read all that data at one time?
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here is a question for you. how can google, msn, those file hosting sites all keep up.
when it comes to google for instance how much data do you think they go through in one second? I don't mean transfering through the web but hard drive use. you type something in it then has to go through it's database finding stuff that meets your requirements and then load the images and does god knows what else. now multiply it by how many users get on google at one time either doing things like searching, downloading, browsing their maps or whatever else they are doing. what hard drive do you know can read all that data at one time?
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what LAN controller can download and upload 40GIGS a second?The highest i have heard of is a gigabit lan at 1000MB/S?
Exactly, there is testing of 10Gigabit going on, but nothing in the retail scene yet. 1Gbps is the fastest any of our motherboards will support, so she's basically only able to use 1/40th of her connection speed. This is the first thing I thought when I saw the news last week.
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Exactly, there is testing of 10Gigabit going on, but nothing in the retail scene yet. 1Gbps is the fastest any of our motherboards will support, so she's basically only able to use 1/40th of her connection speed. This is the first thing I thought when I saw the news last week.


so let me get this right. they can design and build the tech to transfer the data this quick from one place to another but yet can't design some way to get it into the computer?
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so let me get this right. they can design and build the tech to transfer the data this quick from one place to another but yet can't design some way to get it into the computer?
yes, but it's really not for just one computer, its for 40 + computers with gigabit connections. even with one gigabit you have to have a fairly nice raid setup to sustain the top transfer rates so really it's for 80+ computers who are downloading a ton of stuff from different places at the same time.
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