How Much Storage Space Do You Have?

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  1. Glenn Wolsey macrumors 65816

    Glenn Wolsey

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    #1
    Mine:

    iMac G5 17" - 160GB
    iPod 3G - 15GB
    iPod Shuffle - 512MB

    Total: 175.5GB
     
  2. thumper macrumors 6502

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    17"pb -80gb
    ipod shuffle-512mb
    120GB firewire drive-uhh-120gb

    200.512GB
     
  3. homerjward macrumors 68030

    homerjward

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    pc (yeah, i know lol) 500gb
    + ipod 15gb
    + flash drive 1gb
    + external hard drive 13gb
    ___
    529gb

    I'd gladly trade 20 or so gigs from my 200gb boot drive for an extra 20 on my ipod though :p
     
  4. mad jew Moderator emeritus

    mad jew

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    #4
    Maybe turn this into a poll with incremental sizes. It might be easier to analyse and appreciate. :)

    iMac - 250GB
    iBook - 80GB
    iPod - 40GB
    iPod nano - 4GB
    Dell - 250GB
    HP - 80GB

    Total - 704GB (I think). :)
     
  5. AvSRoCkCO1067 macrumors 65816

    AvSRoCkCO1067

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    Win XP - 80 GB (hefty, I know...)
    iBook G4 - 30 GB (frighteningly small...)
    iPod Video - 30 GB (does it bother you that this is the same as my iBook..?) :)
    iPod Nano - 2 GB (and still pretty much empty....)

    Total: 142 GB

    Can we count blank CDs and DVDs....JOKING! :p
     
  6. mad jew Moderator emeritus

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    #6

    I was about to count .Mac but 1GB is a serious joke. :eek:
     
  7. clayj macrumors 604

    clayj

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    #7
    Sony PC - 750 GB
    2nd Sony PC - 460 GB
    Sony notebook - 20 GB
    Mac mini - 80 GB
    PowerBook - 80 GB
    Network attached storage - 280 GB
    iPod 5G - 60 GB
    Xbox 360 - 20 GB
    iPod nano - 4 GB
    Windows smartphone - 1 GB

    Total: 1755 GB
     
  8. risc macrumors 68030

    risc

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    Power Mac G5 480 GB
    GFs iMac G5 80 GB
    Windows 2003 Box I have at home for work related testing 120 GB

    I'm not going to put down the storage in my iPods that just seems a bit weird, I could include the USB key storage I have too, or the storage on my video camera, psp, gamecube, etc, etc?
     
  9. AvSRoCkCO1067 macrumors 65816

    AvSRoCkCO1067

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    ...well shoot.
     
  10. homerjward macrumors 68030

    homerjward

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    **** in a. that's one hell of a pr0n collection.
    but seriously, what do you do with all that storage?
     
  11. YS2003 macrumors 68020

    YS2003

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    ibook: 40 G
    PB 15" ti: 100 G
    PB 15" al: 80 G
    PB 12" al: 80 G
    HP: 40 G
    Compaq: 20 G
    Dell: 30 G
    Lacie #1: 250 G
    Lacei #2: 160 G
    Acom: 160 G
    Maxtor: 250 G
    Lacie Mobile: 100 G
    Fujitsu Tablet: 80 G
    iPod: 6 G
     
  12. wPod macrumors 68000

    wPod

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    what, you think no one has an Xserve RAID with 7TB out there?! someone must, then they can just top us all!!! heh

    PB = 60 Gb
    external HD = 250 GB
    backup to external HD = 250 GB
    iPod 4th gen = 20 GB
    iPod 1st gen = 10 GB
    PC (yes i came from the dark side a long time ago) = 60 GB
    PC external HD = 60 GB
    old HD sitting around not it a case 20 GB, 10 GB and 6 GB oh yeah!
    iPod shuffle = 512 MB

    total = 746.5 GB

    the fact that the data i can not live without is in 4 places (PB, external, back up external, shuffle) and takes up less than 128 MB . . .. priceless, so what do i need the other 746 GB for?!
     
  13. 2nyRiggz macrumors 603

    2nyRiggz

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    #13
    ibook 30gig
    ipod 20gig
    nano 4gig
    campaq 80gig
    lacie 160gig
    2nd lacie 250gig



    Bless
     
  14. clayj macrumors 604

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    Sony PC - 750 GB - primary work machine and Windows Media Center PC
    2nd Sony PC - 460 GB - Exchange Server
    Sony notebook - 20 GB - used for emergency/network maintenance
    Mac mini - 80 GB - runs iTunes, used for ripping DVDs to iPod-compatible format
    PowerBook - 80 GB - my main notebook
    Network attached storage - 280 GB - used for storing backups
    iPod 5G - 60 GB - used for music
    Xbox 360 - 20 GB - used for games
    iPod nano - 4 GB - used for music
    Windows smartphone - 1 GB - yet another portable music/videos device
    Sony PSP - 1 GB - aaaaaaand another portable music/videos/gaming device

    Total: 1756 GB (yeah, I forgot the PSP earlier)
     
  15. Sathos macrumors regular

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    Stupid question... how do I check my storage space on my powerbook? :eek:
     
  16. clayj macrumors 604

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    Control-click the HD icon on your desktop and click Get Info.
     
  17. kiwi-in-uk macrumors 6502a

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    pbook 17" - 80GB
    FW - 200GB
    Toshiba laptop - 60GB
    Noname PC - 60GB
    HP laptop - 20GB
    Gateway laptop - 20GB
    iPod - 20GB
     
  18. Sathos macrumors regular

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    #18
    Oh, thank you! I thought it was something straightforward, but had no idea what :eek:

    74.41 GB on my PowerBook G4, 45.73 Available
    30 GB on my 5G iPod
    Some amount of storage on my iMac G5, don't want to walk upstairs to check :eek:
     
  19. mduser63 macrumors 68040

    mduser63

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    #19
    Interesting thread.

    PowerBook: 60 GB
    4G iPod: 40 GB
    5G iPod: 30 GB
    External HD: 250 GB (hooked up to the PowerBook)
    2nd External HD: 200 GB (hooked to the Power Mac)
    3rd External HD: 300 GB (on the PM)
    4th External HD: 60 GB
    Power Mac G5: 380 GB
    PC: 20 GB

    Total: 1.34 TB

    That's only computers I own. If I counted all the ones in the house, it would be around 2.4 TB or so. Much of that space is used for video editing.
     
  20. semaja2 macrumors 6502a

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    well let me count the hdds

    Server :
    20gig
    40gig
    200gig
    200gig
    PC:
    80 gig
    PC 2:
    60 gig
    10gig
    40gig
    LAPTOP:
    60 gig
    40 gig
    IBOOK:
    40gig
    700gig total
     
  21. lordj4000 macrumors member

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    Powerbook: 80 GB
    5G iPod: 60 GB
    USB Drive: 60 GB
    Old HD: 10 GB
    2 Flash Drives: 2 GB

    Total: 212 GB

    .... i need more space.
     
  22. 4God macrumors 68020

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    PowerMac G5:
    Main Drive - 250Gb
    Scratch Drive - 500Gb
    External Lacie - 250Gb

    Total = 1 TB
     
  23. pknz macrumors 68020

    pknz

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    iMac: 250GB
    iBook: 60GB
    PC Laptop: 40GB
    External Drive: 80GB
    iPod: 30GB
    Cruzer Mini: 256MB
    Total:~ 460.256GB
    +Multiple CDs & DVDs
     
  24. Glenn Wolsey thread starter macrumors 65816

    Glenn Wolsey

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  25. amemoryoncelost macrumors 6502

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    powermac quicksilver DP 800 = 80gb and 120gb internal drives and a 500gb external lacie for video editing...

    dustin
     

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