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User avatar #23 - zeroxnight (06/03/2013) [-]
that was 20 years ago. now I have 8 gb of ram and 1 tb harddrive, although harddrives are going obsolete and being replaced by ssds
User avatar #161 to #23 - maxismahname (06/03/2013) [-]
8 gigs ram with 2 tb hardrive, and it probably cost the same as the computer Chandler has
User avatar #116 to #23 - arsyro (06/03/2013) [-]
SSDs are solid state drives right?
User avatar #117 to #116 - zeroxnight (06/03/2013) [-]
yes
User avatar #118 to #117 - arsyro (06/03/2013) [-]
i was at staples and a 50 gb ssd was like 200 bucks...
User avatar #119 to #118 - zeroxnight (06/03/2013) [-]
maybe one day it will be feasible to get, given our data storage demands and pricing issues
User avatar #120 to #119 - arsyro (06/03/2013) [-]
ill stick with my 5 tb rig for now
User avatar #157 to #120 - theist ONLINE (06/03/2013) [-]
buy it on newegg. Got my 120gb Corsair SSD for about 120 bucks. You can get 240gb SSD's for under 200 bucks on sale nowadays.
User avatar #162 to #157 - zeroxnight (06/03/2013) [-]
yeah i buy it all from newegg too. 120 gb isn't enough to store all of my porn. i just bought a 4 tb hdd for a desktop
User avatar #163 to #162 - theist ONLINE (06/03/2013) [-]
yea of course. I have a 3tb external drive and 1tb internal for movies, games (steam mostly) and all the other **** . Within the next half decade though I'm assuming the majority of drives will be SSD (I hope).
#33 to #23 - kisushima (06/03/2013) [-]
If only SSDs were a tad more affordable. Saying that in 2 years it won't be much of a problem I hope..
User avatar #37 to #33 - fukkendragonite (06/03/2013) [-]
if SSD's had larger capacities and were more affordable, they'd be great.

But nope, HDD's are becoming obsolete and will be replaced by the cloud. IMO, people will have HDD's/SSD's but everything will be on the cloud
#38 to #37 - kisushima (06/03/2013) [-]
I'm slowly moving towards the idea of cloud. SkyDrive has actually saved me once or twice. I just have 						******					 down and even 						********					 up where I live. Fibreoptics not for another 2 years plus. I think you're ultimately right. I am however once of those guys that always likes a solid, physical backup just in case.   
   
The upside is HDDs are so cheap now that a 4TB is barely over £100 and I can use it to record stuff from my TV straight on to it.   
   
tl;dr I agree with you. Have some Olivia Wilde is she floats your boat.
I'm slowly moving towards the idea of cloud. SkyDrive has actually saved me once or twice. I just have ****** down and even ******** up where I live. Fibreoptics not for another 2 years plus. I think you're ultimately right. I am however once of those guys that always likes a solid, physical backup just in case.

The upside is HDDs are so cheap now that a 4TB is barely over £100 and I can use it to record stuff from my TV straight on to it.

tl;dr I agree with you. Have some Olivia Wilde is she floats your boat.
User avatar #58 to #38 - exarzero (06/03/2013) [-]
As a tech that know many who use cloud one of the things they say is:

"Can you fix it? I lost all of my stuff because their site got closed down or something."

And they are not liable for what you lost.
User avatar #39 to #38 - fukkendragonite (06/03/2013) [-]
I get the feeling we'll see people using the cloud a lot more, and it'll be a case of "Keep important and private stuff on your own storage device just in case the internet has issues, but for everything else, keep it on the cloud"
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