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Storage How many TB do you have?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by GregTheRotter, 30 Apr 2011.

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How much storage do you have?

  1. 1 or less than 1tb

    40 vote(s)
    21.9%
  2. 2tb

    38 vote(s)
    20.8%
  3. 3tb

    21 vote(s)
    11.5%
  4. 4tb

    20 vote(s)
    10.9%
  5. 5tb

    9 vote(s)
    4.9%
  6. over 5tb

    55 vote(s)
    30.1%
  1. r3loaded

    r3loaded Minimodder

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    Server: 250GB laptop boot drive, 3x 2TB storage drives (though this is in RAID5 so actual usable space is close to 4TB).
    Ancient desktop from 2003: 120GB hard drive
    Current desktop: 128GB SSD and 1TB hard drive
    External drive: 750GB

    So roughly 8TB in total :)
     
  2. Xlog

    Xlog Minimodder

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    Workstation: 2x 1TB in RAID1
    Primary NAS: 3x 2TB in RAIDZ1 + 2x 160GB system
    Backup NAS: 2x 750GB in RAID1
    Laptop: 250GB 500GB
    HTPC: 2x250GB in RAID1
    Old PC: 320GB + 250GB

    So, ~11TB total, ~7TB usable.
     
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  3. Ross1

    Ross1 What's a Dremel?

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    9 2TB drives, 6 1.5TB drives, 4 1TB drives, a couple of 750GB drives, a couple of 500GB drives...

    I had more 750GB and 500GB but got rid because they are too small to be of much use.
     
  4. TehKrak3n

    TehKrak3n What's a Dremel?

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    6TB In server
    1.5 backup

    60gb ssd
    500gb games

    600gb in various drives
     
  5. d3m0n_edge

    d3m0n_edge Lost Is Your Soul

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    Aw man, comparing to the more recent posts, my storage options looks like peanuts.

    1x 60GB SSD (OS)
    1x 150GB VelociRaptor (Games)
    2x F3 1TB (one for apps, one for storage/downloads)
    1x F4 2TB (backup - music, movies, ISOs, photos - now that I have a DSLR)
     
  6. Jor1995dan

    Jor1995dan Minimodder

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    Main PC- 2TB, 500GB, 36GB= 2536GB (Unformatted)
    Bit-torrent PC- 40GB, 320GB, 80GB= 440GB (Unformatted)
     
  7. SpAceman

    SpAceman What's a Dremel?

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    Primary drive: 1TB Samsung F3
    Secondary drive: 1 TB Samsung F1

    The F1 is getting low on space. I am planning on getting a 2TB F4 to house my media collection.

    ...Maybe 2 F4s.
     
  8. GregTheRotter

    GregTheRotter Minimodder

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    Forgot to mention I've also got a 1.5tb external, a 320gb external, 60gb Raptor and 120gb seagate in my other pc. So that's my total up to 7tb. Still can't understand some of you guys are doing with more than 15tb of storage :p

    Only reason I've got 4tb in my main pc is for the amount of downloading I do which probably isn't very much compared to other people.
     
  9. neonplanet40

    neonplanet40 What's a Dremel?

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    Roughly 10TB now between my main rig and my server
     
  10. King_Of_Cats

    King_Of_Cats What's a Dremel?

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    1) 80 GB intel SSD
    2) 1TB WD my book raid edition
    3) 750 GB seagate barracuda
     
  11. richythomas

    richythomas Minimodder

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    Desktop:

    128GB Crucial C300 SSD
    300GB Western Digital Velocirapter
    1TB Samsung Spinpoint F3

    Backup:

    1.5TB Western Digital MyBook Elite

    Laptop:

    120GB Corsair F120 SSD

    Wife's Desktop:

    500GB Samsung Spinpoint

    That makes it slightly over 3.5TB in total.
     
  12. YEHBABY

    YEHBABY RIP Tel

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    11TB

    You need to increase graph to breakdown TB's over 5TB.
     
  13. Fizzban

    Fizzban Man of Many Typos

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    2 x 1TB
    1 x 250GB
    1 x 160GB

    I'm thinking about getting another 1 TB though.
     
  14. Jipa

    Jipa Avoiding the "I guess.." since 2004

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    4 TB internal, 3 TB external, 2 TB network.

    (oh also 2 TB spare and some smaller disks that I really don't care about, anymore)
     
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  15. scuppy

    scuppy Minimodder

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    2x 750Gb Samsung F1
    2x 2Tb Samsung F4 eco-green

    plus the new M4 Crucial 128Gb on its way. but once that is up and running the two 750Gb F1s will go to my sister for photography editing storage I guess.
     
  16. dark_avenger

    dark_avenger Minimodder

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    Main PC
    64GB SSD
    2x1TB in Raid 1

    NAS
    ~7.4TB
     
  17. jakobfrimmel

    jakobfrimmel What's a Dremel?

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    Synology server: 4 x 2 tb drives
    Desktop: 1x 500gb 1x 250gb and 1x 1tb
    laptop: 500gb ....
    1x 2tb external
    so like alot :p
     
  18. Jim

    Jim Ineptimodder

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    HP Server, 10TB, formatted as 6TB RAID6
    WHS, 6TB
    Local backup, 5.5TB
    Remote backup, 4TB
    Desktop, 1.1TB (1TB + 128GB SSD)

    So, unformatted total of 26.6TB.

    Probably only a quarter of that is actual data though, the rest is just duplication.
     
  19. Blarte

    Blarte Moderate Modder

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    on one rig 3TB on the other rig 1TB and two SSD's totalling 120GB
     
  20. andrewbarke

    andrewbarke What's a Dremel?

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    mines even worse off:
    Laptop :250GB
    Desktop: 500GB + 640GB
    Server (only used to back up docs/pictures: 160GB

    thats a grand total of: ~1.5TB!!!
     

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