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#209 - So you weren't even correcting a grammatical mistake, but a ty…  [+] (1 reply) 09/26/2013 on Some 'interesting' and... 0
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#211 - yutdollacwwwthree (09/26/2013) [-]
>not going by definition

well there's your problem.
#206 - "Then what the **** do you think you are storing your d…  [+] (3 replies) 09/26/2013 on Some 'interesting' and... 0
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#207 - yutdollacwwwthree (09/26/2013) [-]
OTHER your; "storing you data on"

Jesus fucking christ all ANYONE is saying in this thread is that iPhones don't use HDDs. And no, SSDs are NOT (by definition) hard drives, HARD DRIVES (HDDs) are hard drives.

I just posted a question about it. Debate it with this guy www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1815604/ssds-hard-drives.html#11605915

And yes, they both serve the same purpose, but so do phones, and are they all the same?
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#209 - thatevanguy (09/26/2013) [-]
So you weren't even correcting a grammatical mistake, but a typing error? Wow.

I'm not going by definition, I'm going by classification and the usage in the devices they are located and performing in. An SSD and HDD will preform the same tasks in the same place, they just do it using different internal means.

Hard Drive is a very broad term, if they had said "hard disk" I wouldn't be having this conversation, as that term specifically refers to the form of mechanical hard drive with a magnetic spinning mechanism. A drive is a drive, it drives the operating system and allows the electronic device to preform its intended task.

Yes, by classification, all phones are phones. You can call somebody with a 1940 rotary the same as you can with an iPhone 5s.

I'm done, bye.
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#211 - yutdollacwwwthree (09/26/2013) [-]
>not going by definition

well there's your problem.
#203 - Then what the **** do you think you're storing you data on? …  [+] (5 replies) 09/26/2013 on Some 'interesting' and... 0
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#205 - yutdollacwwwthree (09/26/2013) [-]
your*

I use my SSD as a boot drive, and my 2tb HDD for mass storage. I would say it's more like SSDs are large USB drives, after all, that's the architecture it's based on.

And yes, thanks for arguing my point that iPhones and other smartphones DON'T USE HDDs
#206 - thatevanguy (09/26/2013) [-]
"Then what the fuck do you think you are storing your data on?" Just wanted to clarify your mis-correction there. You're is a contraction of "you" and "are", I used it correctly, better luck next time.

I supported your argument...how? What? If flash memory is basically a mini SSD, and SSD's are considered Hard Drives...
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#207 - yutdollacwwwthree (09/26/2013) [-]
OTHER your; "storing you data on"

Jesus fucking christ all ANYONE is saying in this thread is that iPhones don't use HDDs. And no, SSDs are NOT (by definition) hard drives, HARD DRIVES (HDDs) are hard drives.

I just posted a question about it. Debate it with this guy www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1815604/ssds-hard-drives.html#11605915

And yes, they both serve the same purpose, but so do phones, and are they all the same?
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#209 - thatevanguy (09/26/2013) [-]
So you weren't even correcting a grammatical mistake, but a typing error? Wow.

I'm not going by definition, I'm going by classification and the usage in the devices they are located and performing in. An SSD and HDD will preform the same tasks in the same place, they just do it using different internal means.

Hard Drive is a very broad term, if they had said "hard disk" I wouldn't be having this conversation, as that term specifically refers to the form of mechanical hard drive with a magnetic spinning mechanism. A drive is a drive, it drives the operating system and allows the electronic device to preform its intended task.

Yes, by classification, all phones are phones. You can call somebody with a 1940 rotary the same as you can with an iPhone 5s.

I'm done, bye.
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#211 - yutdollacwwwthree (09/26/2013) [-]
>not going by definition

well there's your problem.
#197 - HARD. DRIVE. The "HARD" means non-volatile …  [+] (7 replies) 09/26/2013 on Some 'interesting' and... 0
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#201 - yutdollacwwwthree (09/26/2013) [-]
This has NOTHING to do with the fact that smartphones and iPods DON'T USE HDDs
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#203 - thatevanguy (09/26/2013) [-]
Then what the fuck do you think you're storing you data on?

Apple, like most smart-phone manufacturers, use flash-memory to store data. The only difference between this flash memory and your average desktop SSD's is the size. It is literally the same exact technology. Ever used a thumb-drive? Congrats, that's basically a mini SSD.
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#205 - yutdollacwwwthree (09/26/2013) [-]
your*

I use my SSD as a boot drive, and my 2tb HDD for mass storage. I would say it's more like SSDs are large USB drives, after all, that's the architecture it's based on.

And yes, thanks for arguing my point that iPhones and other smartphones DON'T USE HDDs
#206 - thatevanguy (09/26/2013) [-]
"Then what the fuck do you think you are storing your data on?" Just wanted to clarify your mis-correction there. You're is a contraction of "you" and "are", I used it correctly, better luck next time.

I supported your argument...how? What? If flash memory is basically a mini SSD, and SSD's are considered Hard Drives...
User avatar
#207 - yutdollacwwwthree (09/26/2013) [-]
OTHER your; "storing you data on"

Jesus fucking christ all ANYONE is saying in this thread is that iPhones don't use HDDs. And no, SSDs are NOT (by definition) hard drives, HARD DRIVES (HDDs) are hard drives.

I just posted a question about it. Debate it with this guy www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1815604/ssds-hard-drives.html#11605915

And yes, they both serve the same purpose, but so do phones, and are they all the same?
User avatar
#209 - thatevanguy (09/26/2013) [-]
So you weren't even correcting a grammatical mistake, but a typing error? Wow.

I'm not going by definition, I'm going by classification and the usage in the devices they are located and performing in. An SSD and HDD will preform the same tasks in the same place, they just do it using different internal means.

Hard Drive is a very broad term, if they had said "hard disk" I wouldn't be having this conversation, as that term specifically refers to the form of mechanical hard drive with a magnetic spinning mechanism. A drive is a drive, it drives the operating system and allows the electronic device to preform its intended task.

Yes, by classification, all phones are phones. You can call somebody with a 1940 rotary the same as you can with an iPhone 5s.

I'm done, bye.
User avatar
#211 - yutdollacwwwthree (09/26/2013) [-]
>not going by definition

well there's your problem.