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  Reply # 2101485 4-Oct-2018 12:59
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you know MM, this could have gone into my router to supercharge it!

 

Sorry... Nothing can supercharge your 10Mbit broadband. You may need to move instead.





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  Reply # 2101486 4-Oct-2018 13:02
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Not until you have a master filter

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2101487 4-Oct-2018 13:02
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michaelmurfy:

 

hio77:

 

you know MM, this could have gone into my router to supercharge it!

 

Sorry... Nothing can supercharge your 10Mbit broadband. You may need to move instead.

 

 

wow you think so small of my pipe! it's got far more leway than that!





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  Reply # 2101488 4-Oct-2018 13:03
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Let's not get into a pipe comparing competition. Everyone here knows I have the biggest pipe.

 

 


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  Reply # 2101497 4-Oct-2018 13:17
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Senecio:

I did some research at the time before putting a 2TB standard HDD in my PS4 Pro. The consensus then was that it didn't make a big difference. 

 

 

It really depends on the game. FFXV or Bloodborne showed benefits in loading times. Other games like CoD had minimal improvement. Some devs take into account the slow i/o and try not to use it as much.

 

 

Again, the pro has sata 3 and shows the most benefit especially in downloading or responsiveness. With the original ps4, or just the stock 5.4k rpm hdd the value is still there on getting a higher storage 7.2k rpm hdd. At least until SSD prices come down.

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  Reply # 2101519 4-Oct-2018 13:40
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hio77:

 

you know MM, this could have gone into my router to supercharge it!

 

 

 

faar better place ;)

 

 

 

 

Are your tubes so slow that you have to cache the internet on your router?

 

 

 

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  Reply # 2101524 4-Oct-2018 13:43
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Sounddude:

 

hio77:

 

you know MM, this could have gone into my router to supercharge it!

 

 

 

faar better place ;)

 

 

 

 

Are your tubes so slow that you have to cache the internet on your router?

 

 

 

:P

 

 

no, it just takes like a whole 5 seconds too long to restart every time i have to one in a blue moon!!





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  Reply # 2101576 4-Oct-2018 14:45
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SpartanVXL:

 

It really depends on the game. FFXV or Bloodborne showed benefits in loading times. Other games like CoD had minimal improvement. Some devs take into account the slow i/o and try not to use it as much. Again, the pro has sata 3 and shows the most benefit especially in downloading or responsiveness. With the original ps4, or just the stock 5.4k rpm hdd the value is still there on getting a higher storage 7.2k rpm hdd. At least until SSD prices come down.

 

Cheers, I might look into the 2TB Firecuda SSHD as an upgrade then. I like having a variety of games to play depending on mood so would hate to give up on capacity.


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