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Eurocom made a 28TB storage laptop

https://www.anandtech.com/show/15514/28-tb-of-storage-in-a-laptop-eurocom-has-it

 

28TB of storage among other insane specs... for a price of course. That storage is spread across 5 drives, though. Raid much?

 

According to the source it also supports some insane specs besides storage

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"Intel’s eight-core Core i9-9900K CPU, 128 GB of DDR4-2666 RAM, and two NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 graphics processors" 

 

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Reminds me of that one tech linked episode

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Name of the laptop is "The Fire Hazard"

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that's one hell of a BIOS battery

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2 minutes ago, TempestCatto said:

battery capacity of 5 minutes 12 seconds

You think it would make it that long? I would not be surprised if the company also offered a generator as an add on. 

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So just about enough storage for GTA VI.  

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1 minute ago, Kierax said:

So just about enough storage for GTA VI.  

Assuming your RAID does not take up too much for paraty. 

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14 minutes ago, yaboistar said:

that's one hell of a BIOS battery

it's more of a desktop with a UPS than a laptop tbh...

 

seems like yet another Clevo rebrand with desktop parts.

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Is that modularity I see?¿

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5 minutes ago, scuff gang said:

Is that modularity I see?¿

It certainly looks like it. And for that price I would really hope so.

 

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1 minute ago, Hogosha said:

It certainly looks like it. And for that price I would really hope so.

 

Yeah, modularity isn’t very common and would enjoy to see it 

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gpu: rx5700xt 2200mhz

ram: vengeance lpx c15 3200mhz

mobo: gigabyte b550 auros pro 

psu: cooler master mwe 650w

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13 minutes ago, greenmax said:

Hot Swap?

Theoretically all sata is hot swap

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Just now, Hogosha said:

Theoretically all sata is hot swap

For that price better bee.

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So can I stay in the same room while using it without hearing protection? Or do I have to wear fireproof gloves instead?

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18 hours ago, Kierax said:

So just about enough storage for GTA VI.  

But not enough for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 who needs 2 petabytes of storage :(

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Huh. A laptop for over $20k? Neat.

 

I'd rather spend that on an unfinanced brand new 2020 model year car, though. 

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2 hours ago, TigerHawk said:

Huh. A laptop for over $20k? Neat.

 

I'd rather spend that on an unfinanced brand new 2020 model year car, though. 

I never said it was a good deal, just that it existed. I also would not argue if one fell into my lap... wait, that thing must weight a ton. Next to my lap. 

 

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2 hours ago, Hogosha said:

I never said it was a good deal, just that it existed. I also would not argue if one fell into my lap... wait, that thing must weight a ton. Next to my lap. 

 

I just don't see the point of it....would you use it for some kind of compute work? But its a laptop and the formfactor would have all kinds of issues with heat and limiting performance and all that....

 

What would be the use case for this to exist in a mass-produced form? I could see some kind of show-off device for a convention but to be available to purchase......

 

Who is this thing for where they wouldn't just be using a workstation/server machine instead at a much reduced price? Imagine leaving this thing in your car and having it stolen. My buddy just got his wallet stolen cause he left it in his car overnight like a dummy. 

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1 hour ago, TigerHawk said:

I just don't see the point of it....would you use it for some kind of compute work? But its a laptop and the formfactor would have all kinds of issues with heat and limiting performance and all that....

 

What would be the use case for this to exist in a mass-produced form? I could see some kind of show-off device for a convention but to be available to purchase......

 

Who is this thing for where they wouldn't just be using a workstation/server machine instead at a much reduced price? Imagine leaving this thing in your car and having it stolen. My buddy just got his wallet stolen cause he left it in his car overnight like a dummy. 

I would have better insurance on this than my car. There is no real purpose for it other than to show off and I know a few people who would do just that with it. 

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>Insane specs

>8 cores

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