Posted 24 March 2012 - 08:20 AM
A nice feature if you actually take your flash drives with you when you go places (I keep certain installers on my keychain as I use them to install programs that help me repair computers, since family and friends always randomly ask):
Many flash drives come with an onscreen display which shows your remaining/used disk space (usually in percentage.) While they're usually complete crap as far as display quality (similar to old "handheld" games at a gas station) they can make sure to remind you that you're running out of room or might've forgotten to install a large file that obviously isn't there at certain usage percentages.
I have a couple of these OSD drives at 2/4GH sizes. Because sometimes my mother will ask me to bring her a copy of a movie for her laptop or something.. And as I'm about to leave, I check my keychain and see I've got 80% free space.. And right there I know I don't have that 1+GB movie file on there, so it reminds me to go back and copy it before I leave.
CPU-- AMD Phenom II X3 B55 @ 4.2Ghz
MB-- ASUS M4A88TD-V EVO/USB3
RAM-- 8GB CORSAIR VENGEANCE DDR3 1600Mhz @9-8-9
GPU-- 1GB GTX 560 Ti @980Mhz (w/ Twin Frozr II)
HDD-- 4,044GB (Multiple varying 7,200 RPM drives, SATA II/III)
PSU-- COUGAR CMX 700 (700W Bronze)
CHASSIS-- NZXT Phantom White, Modded