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Wow. an 85mb HDD? it's crazy to believe how far advancements have been made. On a side note, just changed my user icon and 1 million internet points to anyone who knows what game it's from thumb.gif
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The first 4TB came out in 2011 and the first 1TB drive sometime between '05 and '07. CPUs were well over 100nm within the past ten years.
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The first 4TB came out in 2011 and the first 1TB drive sometime between '05 and '07. CPUs were well over 100nm within the past ten years.
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Wow. an 85mb HDD? it's crazy to believe how far advancements have been made. On a side note, just changed my user icon and 1 million internet points to anyone who knows what game it's from thumb.gif
wario...so those points in paypal pls...lol
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Hang on, I'm trying to find a graph of transistors over time. And Dave since when do you post here? Are you a stalker? tongue.gif
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I always liked this comparison. Though a 256gb jump drive in 2011 must have been expensive.

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Originally Posted by Bugattikid2012 View Post

No one has replied to my lastest thread, so I'm just gonna post it here as this seems to have a few people looking at it atm. Not spamming, I know it's a little off topic, but it only takes a few seconds of your time to answer this. Thanks

http://www.overclock.net/t/1462694/wanna-do-something-cool-with-leds-need-suggestion-on-housing-for-it

Do what I did and build yourself a tight LED array. I wanted some UV LED's to light my case when I don't feel like having my UV cold cathodes heating up the case. The existing LED arrays I saw for sale looked like garbage, big and bulky, and weren't UV anyway.

You'll need the following: a nice thick piece of cardboard, some number of LED's, some very high quality resistors (the thick blue or silver ones, not the cheapo brown ones), a very high level of soldering skills, some solder, soldering iron, wire.

Decide where you want to place the array, cut cardboard to appropriate size, push LEDs through cardboard making sure to keep all the - and + alligned properly, fold down the leads to lay flat, solder all leads on + and on - sides, make an array of resistors by bundling 4 together and soldering them so they have one lead on each end, solder resistor array to the last led, solder wires to leads. run wire to switch, run switch to 12v molex plug. Profit!

UV LED array in top back corner:


Glow baby glow smile.gif


Switch array for my LEDs, Cold Cathodes, and BIOS reset switches:

Edited by Anthropolis - 1/28/14 at 5:37pm
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Hang on, I'm trying to find a graph of transistors over time. And Dave since when do you post here? Are you a stalker? tongue.gif
I've always been here tongue.gif I don't have much ghetto to post (Maybe my weird speaker setup might mean a ghetto setup) though tongue.gif
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I always liked this comparison. Though a 256gb jump drive in 2011 must have been expensive.

Still considerably cheaper than the 5MB monster tongue.gif
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Do what I did and build yourself a tight LED array. I wanted some UV LED's to light my case when I don't feel like having my UV cold cathodes heating up the case. The existing LED arrays I saw for sale looked like garbage, big and bulky, and weren't UV anyway.

You'll need the following: a nice thick piece of cardboard, some number of LED's, some very high quality resistors (the thick blue or silver ones, not the cheapo brown ones), a very high level of soldering skills, some solder, soldering iron, wire.

Decide where you want to place the array, cut cardboard to appropriate size, push LEDs through cardboard making sure to keep all the - and + alligned properly, fold down the leads to lay flat, solder all leads on + and on - sides, make an array of resistors by bundling 4 together and soldering them so they have one lead on each end, solder resistor array to the last led, solder wires to leads. run wire to switch, run switch to 12v molex plug. Profit!

UV LED array in top back corner:


Glow baby glow smile.gif



Switch array for my LEDs, Cold Cathodes, and BIOS reset switches:

Allright, I like that idea. But what about the housing for the actual thing they are going to illuminate? Take a quick peek at this video, and within the first min you can see what he lights up. I'm wondering what should I use in place of that can? I'm thinking about using plexiglass, but is there anything else that will look cool and still be easy to aquire and mess with? Thanks for the reply again.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0oucGY93mg
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Originally Posted by Narinik View Post

I always liked this comparison. Though a 256gb jump drive in 2011 must have been expensive.

*snip*

Probably. NAND has gotten really cheap recently. I got my 128GB flash drive for just $77 in March or April. SSDs with 256GiB are fairly cheap; $200 is expensive and $150 or less is a common sale price.

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I've always been here tongue.gif I don't have much ghetto to post (Maybe my weird speaker setup might mean a ghetto setup) though tongue.gif

eaper than the 5MB monster tongue.gif

Hmm... Your case hybrid craziness needs more duct tape. I think it will be eligible then. wink.gif

They had a 10MB prototype (1 byte = 7 bits for that drive) but never marketed it. Why? Nobody had a use for that much data!


EDIT: HA! I am just barely right Dave! Wikipedia:
Quote:
On September 17, 2003, Intel unveiled plans for releasing its then next-generation of Pentium M processors, codenamed "Dothan" by them. It was named after another ancient town in Israel, and it launched formally on May 10, 2004.

BOOM! IN YOUR FACE! tongue.gif May 10, 2014 is still several months away, and that was Intel's first sub-100nm CPU. I didn't realize we had crossed that barrier so long ago though. Apparently 45nm was the norm around '08-'10. AMD K8 architecture was introduced in 2003 at the size of 130nm but dropped to 65nm later in its life. Presumably that was not before 2014 was over. So I am just barely right! biggrin.gif
Edited by CynicalUnicorn - 1/28/14 at 5:46pm
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