How Much RAM Can You Hard Drive Stand? – Music Video

Ok everyone, I just received something on our Facebook fanpage that I just had to post. Behold:

Ohhhh Internet, how much you make my head hurt!

I figured that the discussion the lyrics would generate would be kind of, ahem, “interesting”, so dear geeks, we’d love to hear your thoughts about them. ;)

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38 Responses to How Much RAM Can You Hard Drive Stand? – Music Video

  1. I do wish they would do some research before writing so called "geek songs"

    to answer her questions… why does it matter, surely you should be more intrested in wether im running 32 or 64 bit OS, that would tell you how much ram i can use, and 2Tb… does that turn you on?

    This is just a major insult to PC users all over the world and should be deleted

  2. I'm guessing (hoping) that it's all about the sexual innuendo rather than the actual technical aspects. I.e the amount of "ramming" a "hard drive" can take. Still IE6 is unforgivable!!

  3. I’m guessing (hoping) that it’s all about the sexual innuendo rather than the actual technical aspects. I.e the amount of “ramming” a “hard drive” can take. Still IE6 is unforgivable!!

  4. I am so glad I have a Robin Williams video on standby.  I'm going to need something really dang funny to erase this crap from my memory.  And I didn't even make it through the full video.

  5. I am so glad I have a Robin Williams video on standby.  I’m going to need something really dang funny to erase this crap from my memory.  And I didn’t even make it through the full video.

  6.  call me a geek, but this really bugs me, hard drives have nothing to do with how much ram you can have… xD

  7. I normally love electronica and dance… But this is horrible! She sounds too much like Kesha and I can't stand Kesha – I'd rather listen to the sounds of fingernails on a chalkboard being ran through autotune (which is pretty much all both her and Kesha sound like).

  8. I really doubt she knows that.  Plus, the maximum size of a swap partition or file is actually dependent on the processor architecture, and hard drive technologies have no bearing on it.  Essentially, your hard drive and mine have the same maximum swap size, since they are probably both x86_64.

    Don't defend the woman just because she hardens your drive.

  9. It you listen long enough, she mentions 'never running microsoft'. The only reason you'd be using a pagefile would be if you *were* running a microsoft product. The rest of us tend to have separate partitions for virtual memory (a.k.a. swap).

    So, at least she's running something else? I guess?

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