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    • Soon there will be 30 dollar 1 terribite hard drives
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    • And not a single scratch...what a specimen
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    • can it run doom?
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    • Sorry bro, your going to have to move out. I have to use the extra room to store warzone.
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    • Imagine having a gaming PC in the 1960s
      SteamGame 24 jul
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    • And it's ALL PORN.
      Patras 24 jul
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    • no, that is just mr. krabs’ first dime
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    • You could fill an entire warehouse with them and still not be able to update cod
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    • How many to download doom?
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    • I feel like if you looked close enough you should be able to see the segments that make up each bit with how big it is
      Riperroni 24 jul
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    • It’s me first dime
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    • It could run Doom
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    • I thought it was a big ass brake rotor for a sec
      Grada 24 jul
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    • Is it just me or does this look like the back of a really big angle grinder disk
      Katawicz 24 jul
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    • At first I thought it was a disc brake for a dump truck
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    • zerosober 24 jul
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    • That’s more space than my phone
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    • My fifth grade teacher look like this man
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    • Put it in the microwave!
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    • Friendly reminder that the Apollo11s guidance computer was made with a "Core Rope Pattern" and had to be woven by hand by textile workers using wire instead of thread. There was just 73 Kilobytes of "fixed memory" in the guidance computers. Remember that when working with technology constraints!
      GrimmAI 24 jul
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    • Dudes, I was in a game design class in college and some random old dude came up to me and said "here's this memory disk I borrowed from you a couple years ago" and it was this big ass 20lb 30mb memory disk from like the 50s or some shit. Every was just as confused as me when it happened-
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    • And you need 25 of those to run Modern Warfare
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    • P9rn collection on there
      exBepsi 25 jul
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    • How it’s lasted 60 years is beyond me
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    • Activision uses those bad boys to store all the Call fo Duty updates
      69memes 25 jul
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    • BUT THE PAST WAS SO MUCHH BETTER CAUSE GAMES WERE ONLY 1 GB FOR HOURS OF CONTENT. Like stfu 1gb was relatively equal to 50gb now
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    • Nice, that’s like 10 entire photos of big tiddies
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    • nice try but that’s a grinding wheel.
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    • How. How do you read that shit
      123Smitty 24 jul
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    • LindseyLmao ban this bitch
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    • I think modern days that would be what a couple zetta bytes would look like
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    • content not available more
      BlackMask 24 jul
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    • Put it in a record player
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    • Nowadays you could fit 5 terabytes in something 1/5 of that
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    • Big grinding wheel
      bigbroski 24 jul
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    • I can just imagine all the porn on that thing
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    • bam0217 24 jul
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    • Looks like my man Mr. Kreel
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    • The cheapest phone today is far more superior than the supercomputer from the 60s
      LexxsH 24 jul
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    • Looks like a big vinyl record
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    • Looks like a break disk more than anything
      DAHKn1ght 24 jul
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    • Comically large disc
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    • That’s actually pretty awesome anyways here’s the ancient truth
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    • No need too flex.
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    • I bet if you look closely you can see every bit
      Eeveeon 24 jul
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    • Kino Der Toten
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    • scp-093?
      phichtik 27 jul
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    • The bytes was MUCH bigger back then.
      Sensino 24 jul
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    • It probably cost $10,000 or more
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    • And how much did he pay for that useless piece of equipment
      MrBenz 26 jul
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    • 10MB of Hentai
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    • The forbidden rotor
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    • Well, he ruined it by putting his fingers all over it. I'll never get that picture of Sophia Loren to load.....
      brigand 24 jul
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    • Looks like Phil Jackson
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    • Cool
      Aden3 23 jul
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    • Holy shit
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    • That's not even the whole thing
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    • I’m 14 and we still have those
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    • Bruh brought in the first wheel
      WhiteNeko 24 jul
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    • Mind blowing how far computer technology has progressed
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    • I can fit that in my butt
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    • Forbidden grinding disk
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    • Comically Large Disc
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    • Computer brake disc
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    • That disk would be part of a stack of 20+ for the massive IBM units that would ONLY total out to 10Mb.
      canadaian 24 jul
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    • That looks like it's from the early 80s considering there's an image floating around of a NASA tech wheeling around a 1mb hard drive in a wheelbarrow.
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    • Incorrect, they are not 10M each, not even close. That platter comes from the IBM 350 drive. With 50 of these platters, you had a 3.75M drive. They are 75K per platter.
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    • Dude, he needs to get back to site 02 before they realize they’re missing a clearance level 1 scientist.
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    • Ive seen these before and never knew what it was
      bdoomsday 27 jul
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    • These are for angelgrinders
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    • It looks like a tractor rotor
      DARKH0USE 27 jul
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    • Damn i cant believe i have 30 of those big guys in my tiny computer
      maemsy_ 27 jul
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    • Dang I thought it was a semi truck brake disc
      bobo2900 27 jul
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    • That looks like a grindstone.
      Spike1983 27 jul
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    • I have more data in 1 sperm cell
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    • IMPOSSIBLE
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    • What if we brought back that disc now that we have better tech and just fit 100s of terabytes on it or some shit like that
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    • Was everyone retarded back then?
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    • Booomerrrr momenttt
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    • Maaaaaan. Isnt that the brake rotor for a 2007 chevy Silverado?
      J_Bliz 26 jul
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    • Looks like the first wheel
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    • I thought it was a big grinding disc at first
      SirB 26 jul
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    • That fucker could be used as a clutch pad.
      sir94 26 jul
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    • Did you guys see that 1tb micro sd card?
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    • I like how they named megabytes because they were big back then and they keep having to make bigger and bigger sounding names as storage becomes more compact and megabytes are a super small measurement now but still called megabytes
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    • Now imagine how much data something the big could hold now
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    • Can it run doom?
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    • God damn
      TheCraig 26 jul
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    • And to think we can fit a terabyte in the palm of our hands now.
      Virgil_DX 26 jul
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    • Save my minecraft world on that shit
      yokimmer 26 jul
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    • Those are nuclear codes
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    • Why does your teacher look like he's about to ask if youre smarter than a 5th grader?
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    • My dumbass thought that said 10MIb
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    • That looks like my trucks brake rotors
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    • How many to run the Crysis remaster?
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    • Fuckin Datsun hub on it.
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