How A Hard Drive Works In Slow Motion

Submitted by: fancylad 4 years ago in Tech

Again, there"s beauty in slow motion.
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Male 1,737
Neat I suppose,not really the best of objects for slow mo.
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Male 15,832
If it has to move back and forth that much, it needs defragging.
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Male 3,631
I almost poured a bottle of water into my drive to cool it off at the end there - glad they cleared that up.

Crakr, I can tell you didn`t make it to the end.
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Male 716
At what point will they realise that most slo-mo stuff sucks and they need to move on? Not to mention all that money they`ve burned on props. I guess most popular channels are made to rake in money nowadays, anyway.
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Male 15,510
That was a perfectly functional HD, not cool!
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Male 392
Beauty? No. Don`t exaggerate.
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Male 17,512
They aren`t `waterproof`. They are hermetically sealed to keep out dust, so they are water resistant. Water won`t destroy the data on the platters, but recovering that data, after it gets wet, is costly.
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Male 1,754
meh....
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Male 5,413
Awesome
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Male 2,345
meh...
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Male 20,111
Link: How A Hard Drive Works In Slow Motion [Rate Link] - Again, there`s beauty in slow motion.
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