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You can never have too much money or too much storage. I’ll be the first to admit that I’m a little bit of a pack rat. I don’t like throwing things away. So I still have on my [COLOR=#777799! important][COLOR=#777799! important]hard [COLOR=#777799! important]drive[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR], my personal statements that got me into college. With file sizes getting bigger and bigger and with higher resolution audio, video, and images, you will need a bigger hard drive sooner rather than later. Actually the only files that I have seen get smaller with time are the new [COLOR=#777799! important][COLOR=#777799! important]Microsoft [COLOR=#777799! important]Word[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR] and Excel files in Office 2007, which are [COLOR=#777799! important][COLOR=#777799! important]XML[/COLOR][/COLOR]-based.

Today we’re taking a quick look at one of the biggest hard drives you can find on the market, the Hitachi Deskstar 7K1000 1 Terabyte drive. The spec sheets are pretty impressive:
Much more here : http://www.firingsquad.com/hardware/...skstar_7k1000/
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I could take 4 o those
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Just imagine 4 TB running in RAID. Hmmmm
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I will post some pictures of my Hitachi Deskstar 7K1000 tonight!
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damm you bought one how much was it ?
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I will post some pictures of my Hitachi Deskstar 7K1000 tonight!
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It was £212 or$400

I need to get another one though as I will have 2 x Raptors in Raid 0 for the OS
with 2 x 1TB Hitachis as storage, one backing up the other.
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It was £212 or$400

I need to get another one though as I will have 2 x Raptors in Raid 0 for the OS
with 2 x 1TB Hitachis as storage, one backing up the other.
lol ditch the raptors and buy another 5 of those 1tb drives and raid 10 them!

man i cannot wait for my next build in 3-4 years. im blown away by how fast tech is moving atm!

i can see myself getting the power of like 10 server setups in a cluster in 4 years in one pc and still only get 60fps in games

if only i was rich....... it can be sooo depressing seeing all this fancy and expensive stuff that most only dream of. and u know u want it. but in reality you couldnt touch it with a 50 foot pole...



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It was £212 or$400

I need to get another one though as I will have 2 x Raptors in Raid 0 for the OS
with 2 x 1TB Hitachis as storage, one backing up the other.
damm one of those cost around 480$ here 350€
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ah blast you! Dont give the punchline...I cant see that at work =( have to look when I get home. I always liked the Hitachis but everyone is saying the Seagates are better.
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