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A PCGHX user shows a “big” stick from 2000

A PCGHX user shows a “big” stick from 2000

from Thilo Bayer
The forum’s photo thread revolves around the storage media used by forum users. You can see pictures of just unpacked products, but also old drives. Retro fans will also get their money’s worth.

Update from 01/22/2023: There is news in the thread about storage media on PCGH Extreme: User PCGHX MDJ shows old USB sticks that were huge in size and speed at the time. Today, 32MB and write rates of 0.6MB/s are likely to make you smile. Enjoy memories from another time and please remember to display your collection as well.

The image thread created by GxGamer revolves around computer storage media of all kinds: from SSDs and hard drives, USB sticks and blanks, all the way to PCI-E storage media, which are mainly used in professional environments. Since the beginning in 2012, community members have already opened up their SSDs, dumped the hard drives, and photographed the inner workings. To date, more than 100 posts have been published that have more than 120,000 views.

Are you still using your hard drive as the system drive or have you switched entirely to SSDs? Do you burn CDs, DVDs, or Blu-rays, or do you primarily use a USB drive for transfer? Regardless of the answer: In the PC Games Hardware Extreme forum, you can share storage media images with like-minded people: And we go to storage media image thread on PCGH Extreme

note: PCGH Extreme It is a society of computer screwdrivers. On August 20, 2007, the PC Games Hardware Extreme Forum first opened its doors to interested readers on the occasion of the 2007 Gaming Conference. Initially, the forum ran in parallel with the old PCGH forum and its content was almost exclusively about overclocking and state mods. Since 2008, PC Games Hardware Extreme has been the one-stop forum for all members of the PCGH community, covering a wide range of topics. Since launch, over 520,000 threads and 10,200,000 posts have been created by over 200,000 registered users. The Folding @ Home Association has been very active for many yearsCommunitywhich jointly provides computing power against diseases such as cancer.