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Old 02-01-2006, 02:16 PM   #21
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all this to be freakin' fast man! and FYI, Terahrtz and Terabytes exists...just not used
well terabytes are already used in hdds.
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Old 02-01-2006, 02:20 PM   #22
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Yes, but they cost like 1k+
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Old 02-01-2006, 02:26 PM   #23
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Yes, but they cost like 1k+
the 1TB external ones are about 750 here.
And pc stuff is quite expensive here.
But I wouldn't need that much storage anyway, 500GB would be enough for me, atleast for now...
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yep...They are rather dear, Ill give you that. Ive seen an external ones before. But what are you going to do with 1024 GBs!!!
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yep...They are rather dear, Ill give you that. Ive seen an external ones before. But what are you going to do with 1024 GBs!!!
Actually it's 1000 GB. Yes, TB = 1024 GB, but the hdd companies count it TB = 1000 GB. I believe it's always been like that. Like u buy a 100 GB hdd, but u don't get 100 GB storage space, because the hdd companies count 1 GB = 1000 mb, and windows counts it 1 GB = 1024 mb.
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