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PS3 Hard Drive Upgrade
PS3 Hard Drive Upgrade –
Seems those crazy Koreans are already messing with the PS3. The Dreamwiz site has an article and pics showing the PS3's 20gb HDD being upgraded with a 120gb.
lucky bastards already have it. But good thing we dont have to wait to upgrade our ps3's. This'll look good on further modding the ps3 when it comdes out in the states.
but in all reality...whats the use of a 120gb hdd, when you cant put anything usefull on it...
We dont know that yet my friend
I don't undesrtand what you mean. According to this link to the video section of the PS3 manual that is online, you can transfer movies to the hdd. According to this link to the music section, you can transfer songs to the hdd. Other than transferring games and using a HDLoader type device, what else would you need storage for.
Originally Posted by omegatron
Limitless capability... but the massive 25GB (and soon to be 50GB) hits per title will make loading games onto it very very non practical. I mean we would need 1TB of 2.5" HDD space for anything practical as far as loading titles off of the hard drive. Plus its gonna take about 12 min per rip of each 25GB Blu-Ray disk, in theory about 24 min for a 50GB Blu-Ray disk.
Needless to say, even though no commerical 1TB laptop HDD's exist... when it does come it will be with a hefty hefty price tag.
If Sony doesn't want people doing this, they should use 2.5" expansion slots, not 3.5" slots.
they are using 2.5 if u didnt know
Originally Posted by normal
3,5" HDD 320GB attached img120.imagevenue.com/img.php?image=19158_up4030_122_336lo.jpg
www . beyond3d.com/forum/showthread.php?p=870954
place link in adress bar, since i'm not allowed to post links yet...
Last edited by FreeFighter; 11-11-2006 at 08:13 AM.
I'm just glad as consumers we get this hard drive option officially. Should Sony start comparable online services such as downloadable game demos or downloadable movies like XBL (in the future), it becomes a great annoyance when one's hdd is filled up and there are no other options on the market.
Heck, in the future, I'm sure there could be third party case options with an additional external power supply to fit 3.5" hdds internally.