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I can't wait until they become commercially viable Imagine have a 15TB drive in your laptop. Plus I'd be able to replace all of my server storage with 4 drives. I'm sure it is a fortune at the moment but in 10 years they may be affordable.

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DOS76 said I'm sure it is a fortune at the moment but in 10 years they may be affordable.
I suspect 15TB will be affordable for us folks in half that time. We'll have to wait another 5 years after that for the 100TB model, though. Wink

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By the time those are affordable 4k movies will be the standard and we will all need the 100TB minimum to keep up. :P

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EVGA's first gaming laptop is a 4K (display) beast! ($2700) Intel Core i7-6820HK CPU Nvidia GeForce GTX 980M graphics with 8GB GDDR5 VRAM 32GB of 2,666MHz DDR SO-DIMM RAM (two 16GB modules) 256GB M.2 SSD, 1TB 7,200RPM HDD HDMI and dual Mini DisplayPort output Two USB 3.0 ports, 1 USB-C port White backlit keyboard 1.05-inch aluminum chassis, weight 8.14 pounds You can overclock it with a touch on the keyboard. Overclock.jpg EVGA is throwing in one of its X10 gaming mice while supplies last, along with a copy of Ubisoft’s, The Division.

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drybonz said By the time those are affordable 4k movies will be the standard and we will all need the 100TB minimum to keep up.
You're probably right!

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HPE (Hewlett Packard Enterprise) unleashes Persistent Memory - the performance of memory with the persistence of storage. Due to it's high cost, I probably won't be getting any of this memory any time soon, but perhaps someday after the price drops a lot. NVDIMM.jpg

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4RsjFec-qU Website The Vortex measures 10.5-inches tall, which MSI says is about the size of a sub-woofer. [Up to] 4.0GHz Intel Core i7-6700K 64GB DDR4 of RAM Dual Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 graphics cards Super RAID 4 set-up for onboard storage MSI-Vortex.jpg

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NVIDIA DGX-1: The world's first Deep Learning Supercomputer in a Box! I haven't been able to find the physical dimensions, yet, but it weighs 132lbs (60kg) and costs $129,000! It doesn't appear to be that big (19" rack-mount, I suspect), but I can't tell for sure. Friggin' heavy, though! Laugh DGX-1.jpg P.S. Crazy amounts of horsepower inside.

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How do you keep users connected to the massive processing and graphics power required for VR, while they remain mobile enough to walk, punch, or perform other movements required by whatever virtual scenario in which they are immersed? MSI's Backpack PC Backpack-PC.jpg

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24 minutes ago, DOS76 said:

Nerdgasm!!!

Ya wouldn't need an alphabet-and-a-half for all your drives, if ya had a few of those. xD

Edited by CadetStimpy
punctuation

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34 minutes ago, lordmonkus said:

I'll take 2, oh hell let's make 3 for redundant backup.

Might as well get 4 and go with a RAID 10 setup. :)

 

RAID Level 10.png

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