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  1. #1
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    emptying out my case :D

    i'm selling off 3 of my 30gb drives and replacing them with 2x80gb maxtor 7200rpm 8mb drives
    just ordered one so far
    i hope these drives work good :P
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    dang .. why would you need all those spaces for???
    unbelievable .. I have a 30GB and a 9GB and I never run out of space

    unbelievable ..

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    I've got 2x120GB drives. One is full and the other is about half full most of the time.
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    i have 200gb and it's always full
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    I remember the good ol days when i thought it was impossiable to fill up 550 mb hds

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    i remember my old 520mb NEC drive, i never filled it up, those were the days.. now it's always a matter of buying as much space as i can afford
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    I dont ever think i filled my 500mb harddrive when i ran my 486 dx 66, and now.. 60gb is plenty for me.

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    I have a 60GB drive right now and I run it at about 40-60GB full all the time and wish for more. I likely will get a 120GB drive this fall.
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    got 2x120gb, 1x15gb+ 1 30gb (in firewire case)

    always looking for more hd space... gimme more...

    luckily i can buy some more...

    but i still remember when over 8gb was a lot...

    lol. what do you guys fill up your hds with???

    i have 160gb of .doc


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    do i have to go through this again ?
    they're filled with poo, the poo is rather smooth with no peanuts or corn
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  11. #11

    Unhappy

    i got 2 80 giggers. right now they are about 1/2 full- but since i just got a tv tuner the one is going to fill up too fast. 2 min of good quality recording is like 100mb sheesh.

    probably going to get a 120gigger in the summer just for tv and video stuff.

    plus i record dj sets to the other hard drive and that takes up about 1gb per 90 minute dj set saved as a wav so i can edit and burn it.

    jesus all these gigs and all that poop as expressed by moop- but mine's been chunky as of late
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    and a partridge in a pear tree coming soon: ati 9800, m-audio revolution, plextor dvd burner.....down the road prescott Q2 2004 when i go bonkers!

  12. #12
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    that's not too bad, if i were capturing i'd be chewing 2gb/5mins :P
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    512Mb Samsung pc2700
    2x30gb Maxtor 7200rpm Ata100
    40Gb Maxtor 7200rpm Ata100
    40Gb Maxtor 7200rpm Ata133
    120Gb Seagate 7200rpm Ata100 8Mb
    80Gb Maxtor 7200rpm Ata133 8Mb
    Logitech Z-560 4.1 Speakers
    Sapphire Radeon9500>9700 Softmod@(373.5/297)
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