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dadkins
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Re: what is the point of 50Mbps with a 250gb cap they should use

said by Joe12345678:

what is the point of 50Mbps with a 250gb cap they should use room for more uncompressed HD not there over compressed hd that they have now.
Most people couldn't play uncompressed video even if it were available.
~247mbps? HDDs can't keep up!

Maybe you meant "Less Compressed" - sure! That would be nice.
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Joe12345678

join:2003-07-22
Des Plaines, IL

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said by dadkins:

said by Joe12345678:

what is the point of 50Mbps with a 250gb cap they should use room for more uncompressed HD not there over compressed hd that they have now.
Most people couldn't play uncompressed video even if it were available.
~247mbps? HDDs can't keep up!

Maybe you meant "Less Compressed" - sure! That would be nice.
I was saying that it is better to use the room to make there cable tv side better.


DarkLogix
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Baytown, TX
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just give up on cable TV its no good and never will be give more space to internet service



aaronwt
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join:2004-11-07
Woodbridge, VA

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reply to dadkins

said by dadkins:

said by Joe12345678:

what is the point of 50Mbps with a 250gb cap they should use room for more uncompressed HD not there over compressed hd that they have now.
Most people couldn't play uncompressed video even if it were available.
~247mbps? HDDs can't keep up!

Maybe you meant "Less Compressed" - sure! That would be nice.
What kind of hard drives are you using? I can transfer data over my gigabit network at two to three times that speed going to a hard drive. 247mbs is no problem for a hard drive.
Even the hard drives I had in the early 2000's could easily handle that when I would transfer my HD shows to my storage PC back between 2001 to 2004 over my gigabit network.