One step forward, two steps back

Paul Stenquist pnstenquist at comcast.net
Sat Jun 13 20:30:00 EDT 2020


Sounds like a plan. Storage is a bargain these days, but then again files are huge. Err...so it’s the same old, same old  but resized for today. You gotta have it.

Paul

> On Jun 13, 2020, at 7:31 PM, John <jsessoms002 at nc.rr.com> wrote:
> 
> About a year ago I got a real good deal on a couple or 32" 4K monitors. At the time I couldn't install the one for my Photoshop computer because the video card maxed out at 2K.
> 
> I finally got a video card that will handle 4K and yesterday I installed it & set up the new monitor. Everything buttoned up right & tight and working perfectly (although I do still need to run calibration).
> 
> Today I went in to edit a couple of photos of the Bigboy, to answer Larry's question about the photos I took while I was in that video ...
> 
> Can't save them, my data hard-drive where I keep all my image files is *FULL*. I'm going to have to add more storage before I can USE my new display.
> 
> I've got room (and connections) to add 2 more SATA drives internally, so I'm going with Seagate 4TB IronWolf NAS drives. Gonna get 3 of them (one to migrate my existing 2TB of images to + 2 more ... which should give me an additional 10TB of storage.
> 
> It took the better part of a decade to fill up that 2TB drive, so I expect an additional 10TB to be good for a while. Maybe long enough for me to get a "round tuit" and finally build that file server I've been wanting to replace my existing NAS box.
> 
> Procrastination means never having to ...
> 
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