raid 0?Win7Dev said:
Think about this though, wouldn't you like to have an 18tb hdd for less than $200? That's a hell of a lot a data even in today's world. Someone could probably come up with an internal raid-like architechture that allows data to be put on each disk four times (or any given number) for faster search speeds because it would be able to find any one of the four instead of having to find a certain place.
I think the point here is that the money:memory ratio may increase.Guest said:
You know, instead of trying to really increase hard drive capacity, because who is going to really need multi TBs of storage but if you do need all that, get another HD or an external one,( one big HD would be hard to back up and it would really be bad if it went out, I would rather have a bunch of drives than one BIG one) but I would really like to see is more ways to increase memory. Imagine a couple TB of RAM!!!