I(illa Bee said:nothing spectatular, but still pretty cool I think. Ill post my home box, with 2 HDDs (4x74 gigers and 2x200gb) when i get the pics
6x15k rpm 36gb u320 SCSI (this one is 2 seprate r5 arrays ATM)
6x 10k rpm 74gb u320 SCSI
tom61 said:Downloading large amounts of video and other data.
Video and games come to mind. I think my UT2004 directory of maps and modifications was over 10GB at one point (I love large maps loaded with mods). If you game alot it doesn't take much to exceed your pultry 40GB drive. Even if you don't rip your DVDs and don't have a TV tuner, it's still easy to accrue 100's of GB of video. Sites like this will help fill up that 40GB of yours : http://www.archive.org/details/movies http://www.filefarmer.com/techshows/
eendje001 said:My humble old box, nothing more than a large case to fit in as many hdd as possible...
All fitted into a modded old netware server case...
Total number of hdds: 23 (system disc is not visible underneath all the cables)
Total storage: 5.2 TB
Seems like your ISP doesn't like outside refering URLs or something, as the image isn't showing up in your post, but I can copy and past the URL and see it without issue.NjO said:First post, oh well. ^^
Here's my personal little fileserver.
Currently holds 15 drives for a total of 3.33TB space (no raid). Wish i had more SATA drives since i hate those IDE flatcables. And yes, there is one hardrive connected via USB, but that is a temporary solution until i have my new motherboard and controller.
skudmunky said:Wow, that is one huge pile of wires just sitting on top of the PSU. That's impressive.