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Title: Tearing down a MASSIVE ancient HDD
Post by: Gryzor on 17:32, 13 June 14
Whoa.


EEVblog #395 - World's Most Expensive Hard Drive Teardown (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CBjoWMA5d84#ws)
Title: Re: Tearing down a MASSIVE ancient HDD
Post by: Token on 21:29, 13 June 14
Holy mr. wong's loopy laundry  :o


It would be something with it.
(http://www.freetimeweb.nl/home/picture/sub/computer/cpc/models/cpc_extended.jpg)



Title: Re: Tearing down a MASSIVE ancient HDD
Post by: MacDeath on 21:33, 13 June 14
one kilograme per kilobyte... so cool.

:D

still lighter and faster than the sluggish  massive C64 disk drive..

Also it was sued by a bank ? I guess some scandalous infos may still be on this...  :laugh:
Title: Re: Tearing down a MASSIVE ancient HDD
Post by: Gryzor on 21:06, 14 June 14
Nah, he does state it was securely wiped.
Title: Re: Tearing down a MASSIVE ancient HDD
Post by: Bryce on 00:13, 15 June 14
Each bit would be almost visible otherwise :D

Bryce.

Title: Re: Tearing down a MASSIVE ancient HDD
Post by: Gryzor on 12:05, 15 June 14
Heh, but imagine how easy data retrieval would be!
Title: Re: Tearing down a MASSIVE ancient HDD
Post by: ralferoo on 01:14, 16 June 14
Pretty awesome, except he keeps saying it's 10MB even though the caption when he's reading the serial number says it was between 1.7 and 3.2GB. Back then that was a MASSIVE amount of space!
Title: Re: Tearing down a MASSIVE ancient HDD
Post by: TFM on 16:48, 16 June 14
Back then was ... 1991. Sun did better 'back the day'

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