On a scale from one to ten, how bonkers would it be for an 8-bit computer to have an 80GB hard disk for storage?

@ZephyrZ80 Would there be issues with addressing that much space on a CPU that small? I don't know how hard drive addressing works.

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@aezart You can use as many bytes for addressing on a hard drive as you can fit in memory. The disk itself only uses 16 address locations at most if you use an IDE drive.

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