SSD's are great when you want to have a fast OS or to speed up some games, but for mass storage they're utterly useless for one simple reason: price.
We can get a 4TB hard drive for about $85, yet when we want 4TB SDD storage, we're looking at about $700 (4 drives of 1TB, costing $175 each).
And when people would like to make a backup of those 4 drives, it would bring the total to $1,400. If the user prefers to use internal drives for a backup, he would need 8(!) SATA ports.
Using a single 4TB SSD really wouldn't be an option, because then we're looking at $1,100 for a single 4TB SDD or $2,200 if a backup is needed.
Sure, prices will go down for SSD, but it will take a long.... LONG(!) time before the price of an SSD is going to be anywhere near the price of a traditional hard drive with the same amount of storage.
And I hope people like you are around for a long time yet too!
I too love the process, the search, the building, the testing, and the creation. And yes, having something individual to you.
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But if you have russian keyboard,you can see super censore on standart words and bad censore on awful:
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Сука - bi**h
According to the latest DigiTimes report, yes. As the report states, Nvidia has one million GPUs 'waiting to be released'.
The 300,000 was from a different report from SemiAccurate, and supposedly was returned to Nvidia by a graphics card manufacturer.
The Xbox 360's premier PvP game. Touche.