Quote from Shpaget
A sharp sphere.
Uh, that would be a fragment.
Quote from Calvin1119
According to the wiki, there's already beetroot soup. That's very similar.
Quote from mdog95
Yes, you can, but over time it will significantly slow down your main drive, which you do not want. I personally did this for a year in my laptop (which, granted, had terrible build quality), and the drive slowed down so much that I could no longer record to it because it couldn't write the file fast enough for it to be above 20 fps (which is bad). If it's in your budget, I recommend getting this: http://www.amazon.co...0?ie=UTF8&psc=1. It's a very fast, affordable, and compact USB3 drive that can hold more than enough footage at one time. Using this will assure you do not damage the performance of your internal drive, which will make your computer last a lot longer between OS reinstalls.
Quote from fm87
This only works if he has a USB3 port. If he does not, the speed of USB2.0 won't be enough.
Quote from Hakumisoso
Those wd external drives are just scorpio blue drives with a sata to usb converter. I found this out when my wd passport broke and i took it apart. Inside was the converter dongle and the hdd. hdd worked fine still but the converter was broken. I threw it in my main rig and found out it was fat32. so i had to re format it in ntfs.
Quote from logoster
well, for 1, if you plan to watch blue-ray movies, youll need a blue-ray codec for windows 8, or a blue-ray movie player software (will have a built-in codec, but will only work in that software)