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How Much Storage Space Do You Have

How much storage space do you have including all you computer's HD, your ipod, your usb key, your CF card.  

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  1. 1. How much storage space do you have including all you computer's HD, your ipod, your usb key, your CF card.

    • less than 10
      1
    • 10 to 15 GB
      1
    • 15 to 20 GB
      1
    • 20 to 30 GB
      1
    • 30 to 40 GB
      1
    • 40 to 80 GB
      7
    • 80 to 120 GB
      12
    • 120 to 160 GB
      9
    • more than 160 GB
      79


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Tell us where is your space.

80 GB in the Laptop

160+40 in the desktop

20 in the ipod

2 GBs in compact flash card

for a small total of 302 GB and I still need more

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oops, i voted for just 1 pc :P

on all pcs, i have about 300GB combined..

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I just installed another hard drive yesterday. I now use 5. The sizes are a 60, 80. 80, 160, and a 200 for a total of 580 gigs. :thumbup

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I've visited a server room where one of my friend work, they have 8 "emc2 storage module" for a total of about 50TB......

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120gb hdd

160gb hdd

40gb hdd

30gb Nomad Zen Xtra -->mp3 player..

total = 350gb

also i've networked drives as well...

@subcodec, did u buy an ide controller or something for 5 hdd?? or sata+pata?

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250GB HDD

180GB HDD

120GB HDD

1GB MP3 Player

Total = 551GB

Over half a TB :thumbup

Now all i have to do is work out how to fill it up. :P

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-80GB SATA (mainly music, apps, backups etc (including DPs: takes already some 5 gigs)

-160 PATA (main disc now)

-old 10 GB PATA for testing purposes

EDIT: forgot :P so in total 250 GB (of which 10 GB seldomly used)

IMO you should have included a wider range of volumes (especially LARGER volumes)

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40 Gb WD HDD for System

120 Gb WD HDD for Documents and Setings*

128 Mb USB 5Mpx digital camera

16 Mb SD Card

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Just abobe 160 Gb Without network storage.

I think this poll is underestimate.

1 Gb DDR333 of RAM count? Where is the RAM poll?

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Eight business machines

7 with 120Gb WD

1 with 200Gb WD & 120Gb WD

Three personal machines

Mine with 200Gb WD

Wife with 120Gb WD

Daughter with 80Gb WD

total 1560 Gb ****

Never totaled it before.

That's 1.5 Tb

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Lets see:

75Gb Boot

160Gb Data

+ a few smaller drives in other machines and storage media

makes a total of about 300Gb

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I have:

1x30GB

3x120GB

1x200GB

1x250GB

Total: 840GB

In my desktop i have 690GB and in my server 150GB.

EDIT: I also have a 10GB external disk, a 512MB USB memory and 512MB SecureDigital memory card in my camera.

Edited by Kenny McCormick

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120gb+10gb but i could say infinite as i always burn 2/3 dvds during the week :P

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