1 Terabyte. . 1 terabyte piles of typed paper stacked as tall as the Eiffel Tower. 127 134 times f: ihc movies in Divx format. high definition Blueray films. 4.
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User avatar #2 - lucidria (07/09/2012) [-]
2.57% of my porn folder.
User avatar #55 - Hayzer (07/10/2012) [-]
Or just 1024 Gigabytes
User avatar #91 to #55 - kridane (07/10/2012) [-]
did the captcha to thumb you up lol
#111 to #91 - henkstr (07/10/2012) [-]
did the captcha to thumb you down lol
#3 - noneckcomics (07/09/2012) [-]
Really? 1TB, for 20 HD blue ray movies?
Implying the movies take up 51.2GB each.




Sounds very off to me, makes me question the others.
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User avatar #109 to #96 - bluenebula (07/10/2012) [-]
Actually, his reaction pics are only 1.02 GB, 2,544 Files, and 13 Folders.

But I see what you did there and it was funny.
#101 to #96 - happybutler (07/10/2012) [-]
That was good
#116 to #96 - minntas (07/10/2012) [-]
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User avatar #117 to #96 - dirigiblequixote (07/10/2012) [-]
1.7% of ILoveFurries's porn folder?
#105 to #96 - anon (07/10/2012) [-]
So much win.
So much win.
#126 - fishcanfly (07/10/2012) [-]
The back cover of "Understanding Women".
#100 - godspeak (07/10/2012) [-]
Only 1 terabyte?

That's cute.
#130 - yonyon (07/10/2012) [-]
I gave you your first thumb!
User avatar #57 - Awesomecarrot (07/10/2012) [-]
I never knew Blu-ray took up so much space
User avatar #97 to #57 - conordalymcr (07/10/2012) [-]
Because it doesn't (well it does take up a lot of space, but OP over-exaggerated it a lot). It takes up about 4GB per film.
User avatar #99 to #97 - Awesomecarrot (07/10/2012) [-]
Ah I see. Yeah 51.2 GB per film is quite an exaggeration then.
#125 - jordanish (07/10/2012) [-]
Fun fact: there are two standards of Kilo Mega Giga Terra (etc.) Bytes. Because bytes don't increase in base 10 like everything that uses kilo mega terra etc. should use
the method originall used is
bit (base value)
Byte=8 bits [also 1 nibble is 4 bits or half of a byte]
1 KB= 1024 bytes
1MB= 1024 KB (or 1048576 bytes)
1GB=1024 MB (1073741824 bytes)
and so on. Sadly most people don't use this so the people who regulate that what is sold to how it is labbled and how it is advertised (who have ********** with McDonalds) say that most people don't know this so a memory stick sold as 2 GB will actually only have 1000000000 bytes which is 73741824 bytes less than it should be (that's about 70.4 MB of storage you aren't sold)
#118 - annaisocoolike (07/10/2012) [-]
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#115 to #108 - atr (07/10/2012) [-]
"June 10, '96" is in the upper right hand corner.
User avatar #4 - kinglobster (07/10/2012) [-]
that blu ray one is off
#1 - axry (07/09/2012) [-]
#95 - xsauce (07/10/2012) [-]
I guess the Harry Potter audio books are the best thing to read while I'm here
User avatar #86 - durkadurka (07/10/2012) [-]
Huge hard drives are cool and all, but solid state drives kick ass.
User avatar #28 - cancerousiguana (07/10/2012) [-]
.73% of the duckface photos on Facebook.
#17 - opieman (07/10/2012) [-]
mfw I see how data is processed by google
mfw I see how data is processed by google
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