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Posted 20 July 2013 - 00:12
My primary computer is my laptop, which has one 128 GB SSD and one 1 TB hard drive. I voted for "4 or 5" partitions, but I think my vote might actually skew the results a little since if I was running Windows, which I assume most of the other voters are, I would have voted for "2 or 3" partitions. I now have 4 partitions on my SSD, the first is /boot, the second is swap, the third is /, and the fourth is /home. This is a fairly normal partition layout for a Linux system (although more and more often people are dropping the separate /boot partition). I have no partitions on my hard disk; the whole disk is formatted as BTRFS. However in the spirit of this poll I think that counts as my fifth partition.
I have games installed on three partitions. Xonotic is installed on my root partition along with my operating system and most of the other programs I have installed, including some large proprietary software like MATLAB. Steam, Team Fortress II, Half-Life II, and Minecraft are installed in my home folder. My remaining Steam games, such as Portal, are installed on my larger hard disk because I don't play them as often and space on my SSD is limited. If I had a larger SSD, all of my games would be installed on it rather than split like they are now. I don't typically spend much time gaming - and therefore don't have a huge number of games - so even a 256 GB SSD would give me enough space to have everything installed on it, leaving my hard drive exclusively for my documents, pictures, videos, and other data.
Posted 30 July 2013 - 16:00
In my laptop I have:
2 Toshiba SSD's, 64GB, in RAID0, one partition
1TB Hitachi HDD, three partitions (600GB general, 200GB photos, 131GB experimentation).
In my desktop:
2 x 640GB Samsung HDD's
2 x 1TB Western Digital HDD's
All split into way too many partitions, unfortunately.
Posted 30 July 2013 - 17:00
I have four drives:
1x OCZ Vertex 2 (80GB)
1x Western Digital 1TB (Split into a 800GB partition and a 50GB partition)
1x Western Digital 1TB
1x Western Digital 2TB
Posted 09 January 2014 - 15:35
I have the following:
1 80 GB Intel SSD (OS and Applications only)
1 1TB (2 partitions, for documents and downloads)
1 3TB (3 partitions, for music, videos and misc.)
Posted 09 January 2014 - 15:39
Desktop and laptop, 3 partitions:
1 for windows 7, 1 for windows 8.1, and 1 for storage
Posted 09 January 2014 - 15:45
Internal hard drive is something like 750 GB.
1 SWAP partition of 4 GB
1 System partition formatted in EXT4 that takes up the rest of the space
I also have an external hard drive that's 2 TB in size, and it's all one EXT4 partition. I use it as my "Storage" drive.
Posted 09 January 2014 - 15:52
My main desktop isn't that crazy. It has a 512GB SSD and a 1TB HDD for storage.
I just gave away an assorted mix of 7 HDDs and SSDs to free up some space in the place.
That being said, the network itself in my house has a fair bit more storage on it, but I have been paring it down compared to previous years.
Posted 09 January 2014 - 15:53
1 x 240Gb SSD - OS, select multiplayer games, applications
1 x 750Gb 5400rpm HDD - downloads, singleplayer games and the odd MP game I don't play very often
1 x 1Tb External - music library, films, TV and a few singeplayer games.
I need to get some more storage because not only am I starting to run out, but the 750gb will be turning 7 years old this year and is starting to get a bit temperamental
Posted 09 January 2014 - 15:55
1 128gb ssd = kingston hyperx sh103s3120g
2 4tb hd = wd red wd40efrx
Posted 09 January 2014 - 19:17
I own an SSD but it's just sat in a box somewhere, I still prefer normal hard disk drives for everyday use.
I simply own an iMac which has a 500GB drive and a Windows 8 laptop which has a 1TB drive.
I don't bother with external drives as I don't keep anything that can't be retrieved online somewhere really.
Posted 09 January 2014 - 19:41