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How much hard drive space do you have on your PC?  

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  1. 1. How much hard drive space do you have on your PC?

    • 20gb or less
      2
    • 21gb-80gb
      6
    • 81gb-120gb
      2
    • 121gb-160gb
      6
    • 161gb-200gb
      3
    • 201gb-250gb
      4
    • 251gb-400gb
      5
    • 401gb-500gb
      1
    • 501gb plus (specify please)
      3


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my 200gb hard drive is getting very full, so i am thinking of doubling my capacity soon. Wondered what the average on here was...

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In total I have about 400Gb

Main drive is 120Gb

Secondary Drive (Which I use purely as a photoshop scratch disk - it has absolutely nowt on it apart from temp photoshop files) - 80Gb

Portable Hard Drive - (photostorage) - 200Gb

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'kinnell you lot - what do you fill 'em with?

My 5-year old PC came with a 30Gb drive which I thought was ridiculously larger than I'd ever need - and it still is! It's never been more than half full, and that's with music files, graphics, etc.

Mind you I don't store video on there, which I would imagine takes up a fair bit.

Mike

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On mine?

Well, music stands at about 55gb

TV shows downloaded from UKnova is about 30gb

Games, probably another 40gb (Steam/Half Life 2 is 8gb on its own!)

Dunno what the rest is full of, but its getting full!

you can get a decent quality 200gb hard drive for about £60 these days, which is very cheap inst it?

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A bought a 36 gig raptor (WD) disc last month. I't cost the same as a 200 gig one but the speed of it is out of this world. Highly recommended as a system drive.

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80gb internal and 120gb external which I use mostly for a secondary scratch disk for Photoshop. Most of my drive gets filled with unflattened PSD's the largest of which is 15gb and has 140 layers!

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my pc contains 2 sata drives with 160gb and 80gb, and two further ata drives with 80gb each, so that's 480gb of space, they are about 1/2 full of music, video, games etc, but since buying a dvd burner Hard drive capacity isn't anywhere near as important as it used to be, just archive so much to dvd now.

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I have 80gb, but there a three Pc's and a laptop in our house, total 260gb

Oh shit! Forgot the 160gb external HD - that makes 420gb

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'kinnell you lot - what do you fill 'em with?

loads of lesbian porn which is waiting to be burned onto DVD :winkold:

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80Gb drive with 2 XP installations and all the software for them.

160Gb drive with Ubuntu Linux and all my documents/music/photos/por... umm... portraits on.

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On 29/06/2005 at 13:46, mjmooney said:

'kinnell you lot - what do you fill 'em with?

 

My 5-year old PC came with a 30Gb drive which I thought was ridiculously larger than I'd ever need - and it still is! It's never been more than half full, and that's with music files, graphics, etc.

 

Mind you I don't store video on there, which I would imagine takes up a fair bit.

 

Mike

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I hope Moon man is still using that bad boy :lol: 

I think there's >30gb storage in the box of Muesli on my desk!

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I bought my own cloud of 1.5 TB's + whatever is in the house so I suppose total storage is around 3-5 TB's not counting Ps4.

My first computer device was a Sinclair ZX81 with 1024 kb volatile storage.  It had to be assembled by yourself at that point also.  

 

 

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