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written by rob, March 29, 2007
64GB is bigger than most of the HDs on my friends computers.
The only thing I wondered, was what is the life span of viagra gel a Flash drive used as a HD, I thought they had a limited amount read/write cycles?
written by monotonehell, March 29, 2007
The thing is you don't need all your storage space to be flash. Just the parts that you're working on most of the time. Especially the Operating System's files and your working files. This will speed up things dramatically as most OSs use swap memory on the hard drive as they seem to be terribly resource hungry.

64GiB is more than enough for that, any large storage can be placed on platter based HDs set to wow look it cheapest prices for levitra power save mode. At least until solid state storage gets to a point that obsoletes hard drives.

It's just a pity that we use stupidly bloated OSs that require all this "power" to do things that could be achieved in ten percent of the memory with a properly thought out system. AmigaOS was heading in the right direction, but that doesn't enjoy much support and the people who own the technology have intellectual-propertied themselves out of existence.
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