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Started by Magyarorszag, November 22, 2018, 06:31:45 AM
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Quote from: Magyarorszag on November 22, 2018, 06:47:16 AMfor example, i got a 5(!) tb 7200rpm hdd for $110 earlier this month, and last week i got a 1tb ssd for $130 i can't imagine i'll ever use as much as 5 whole terabytes of hdd space, but i did need to upgrade from my old filled-to-capacity mechanical drive and at that price why not
Quote from: bluaki on November 26, 2018, 03:05:43 PMYou can get an 8TB HDD for around that same price if you keep an eye out for deals and don't mind buying a (shuckable) external drive. 4TB ones are regularly in the $70~90 range. 5TB isn't a very common or popular capacity tier.All my 3.5" hard drives combined total about 22TB (16TB active, 6TB cold) but I'm a crazy data hoarder I actually only have about 6TB of data, which with mirroring consumes 12TB of space. Sometimes I look at the datahoarder reddit to keep an eye on deals and I don't even hold a candle to their crazy setups with like 12x 10TB drives.
Quote from: bluaki on November 26, 2018, 03:05:43 PMAll my 3.5" hard drives combined total about 22TB (16TB active, 6TB cold) but I'm a crazy data hoarder