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To 300 Terabytes[New Goal 14/10/07]

Discussion in 'General' started by Agamer, 24 Jan 2006.

  1. .308AR

    .308AR What's a Dremel?

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    Mine
    HTPC: 500GB
    Server: 100GB
    HTTP Test Server: 40GB
    Dad's
    HP: 160GB
    Mac: 6GB
    Sister's
    E-Machine: 160GB
    Old Junk total
    10GB

    Everything: 976GB

    26349 Left
     
  2. RotoSequence

    RotoSequence Lazy Lurker

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    Lets see, 40 gigs in this, 80 in the main machine, 10 in another, 10 in my server, and another 10 on a machine I have, making for 150 gigs - 26199 Left... barely a dent :(
     
  3. unclean

    unclean SMP obsessive

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    The worrying thing is the rate at which it expands :/

    Let's say there's on average about an hour of record-worthy TV a day, and I leave other downloads chugging along in the background. So that's about 3GB of data a day added - 90GB a month or just over a TB/year :jawdrop:

    Once the fileserver goes off to live in intarweb land I think I'm gonna have to expand the RAID5 array somewhat!
     
  4. kenco_uk

    kenco_uk I unsuccessfully then tried again

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    My rig: 200GB sata + 80GB pata

    My Laptop: 100GB + 60GB

    Wife's Laptop: 80GB

    USBStick: 1GB

    461GB

    26199 - 461 =

    25378 left
     
  5. K

    K 528491

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    26864 - 60 gig = 26804gig

    lol. Lame :p

    EDIT - Argh you edited it Kenco!

    25378 - 60 = 25318gig
     
  6. Pegasus

    Pegasus What's a Dremel?

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    My workstation 160Gb
    Wifes workstation 90Gb
    Web Server 40 Gb
    Backup Server 960Gb

    Total 1,25Tb

    Leaves 24068Gb :dremel:
     
  7. DivineSin

    DivineSin What's a Dremel?

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    my computer - 1 160gig drive
    1 250gig drive
    1 80gig drive
    1 250gig drive

    parents computer - 1 20 gig drive

    TOTAL - 760gigs :D

    leaves 23308gigs
     
  8. Antimerc191

    Antimerc191 What's a Dremel?

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    My computer 2 x 60gb
    My dads computer 1x 250gb
    sooo... 23308 - 370
    = 22938Gb left...
     
  9. The cheapskate

    The cheapskate One custom title before Matty

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    1-250
    1-external-250
    1-120
    1-40

    laptop-40

    =700

    that gives us 22238 gig left
     
  10. TheoGeo

    TheoGeo What are these goddamn animals?!

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    ignore
     
  11. TJK

    TJK What's a Dremel?

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    My PC
    Dual 200
    Kid's PC 20
    Brother 1's PC 10
    Brother 2's PC 10
    Family PC 80
    My External 80
    My #2 External 10
    Dad's dual 200GB Externals

    I am from a family of 9 - I do computer consulting and enjoy an extensive movie collection
    1090 GB - OK i guess
    21148 GB Left
     
  12. TheoGeo

    TheoGeo What are these goddamn animals?!

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    everytime i work it out sum1 else beats me to the post

    main: 324
    laptop: 60
    2nd pc: 120
    old POS: 8

    =512

    20636 remaining
     
  13. offroadracer789

    offroadracer789 What's a Dremel?

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    new pc: 250gb
    old pc: 30gb
    really old pc: 512mb..... :D
    total 280 gb

    20636 - 280 = 20356
     
  14. Vigfus

    Vigfus Born to be...

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    Main: 120 + 200
    Me mobile thingy, not a lappy: 15
    Wellpapp: 12 (or thereabouts)
    Old, unused: 4
    Zen: 6
    ___________________
    357

    20 356 - 359 = 19999

    Harr, got teh funny numbah. :lol:
     
  15. Deathrow

    Deathrow Minimodder

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    Mine: 160, 250
    Dads: 80
    Mums: 250
    Spare 1: 80
    spare 2: 4
    Zen: 6

    19999 - 830 = 19169

    19169
     
  16. Ab$olut

    Ab$olut What's a Dremel?

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    he uses it for what everyone uses hdd space for! :hehe: :D
     
  17. speedfreek

    speedfreek What's a Dremel?

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    Hmm what would that be?

    300 in desktop
    60 in my laptop
    40 in my coat pocket
    10 in old computers
    160 in dad's
    8 in my dad's old one

    578 down

    18591
     
  18. Ab$olut

    Ab$olut What's a Dremel?

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    teh pr0n of course :baby: :rock: :duh:
     
  19. Techno-Dann

    Techno-Dann Disgruntled kumquat

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    120 in my desktop (60 Windows, 60 Linux)
    60 in my laptop (all windows, for the moment)
    100 in parents' computer (they wanted space)
    40 in little brother's PC
    4 in sister's old P2 (She's at college, so I won't count her laptop)
    1 in ancient family Pentium system (133 mhZ! Whee!)
    80 in Mom's office PC (home office, I'm still the sysadmin)

    All said and done, that's... 405 Gb.

    18,184 GB to go!
     
  20. davew

    davew What's a Dremel?

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    80 in mine
    40 in ps2
    40 in sisters laptop
    80 in dads laptop
    20 in sisters PC
    2x20 in old computers in loft
    2 in old laptop used for print server


    = 302 GB (every little helps :D )


    18,184 - 302 = 17,882 to go!
     

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