Spotify Offer Offline Mode

"The popular music streaming service now offers offline mode for computer users."

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Spotify, offline.
 
The increasingly popular music streaming service, Spotify, goes from strength to strength, and the introduction of offline streaming will certainly help a large number of users. Now posing as even more of a threat to iTunes, in the personal computer and mobile markets, allowing you to store a maximum of 3333 songs on your computer to listen to without an internet connection at any one time.
 
However, you must be a premium member to use this feature, costing you £9.99 a month. Also, the maximum amount of songs that you are able to store is under half the number of songs contained in the average collection of music belonging to a 14-24 year old. It's still a nice feature and the limitations will change as the application grows more popular, but for now, it'll do. Spotify say you need the latest version of the client and may have to log out and log in to access the feature properly.
 
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28-09-2009, 15:18:33

Bungral
Howdy all,

I'm gonna buy myself a couple of Spinny 1TB F3's and am going to stick them in RAID 0 I think. It'll be my first RAID array and I was wondering if it will have any effect on my overclocking or if doing so can make the array corrupt or anything?

Heard stories of it but I figured I'd ask you lot who have probably tried.

Ta

28-09-2009, 15:26:33

tinytomlogan
If you dont clock the pcie then it should be fine mate, Ive never had any issues

28-09-2009, 15:44:10

Bungral
Sweet...

Gonna buy me a couple of the F3's from scan in a min then.

29-09-2009, 07:37:45

Judderman
Hi :)

+1 on Toms comments, I had been running my cpu at 3.8 ghz for 2 months and had no curruption problems on my RAID1 array.

Good Luck :)

29-09-2009, 07:43:41

Rastalovich
Yep, the pci/e and the controller of it, are the things to keep an eye on.

Don't touch them, or keep them happy, and u'll be fine.

Most pci clocks allow u to set them without movement these days, don't they ?

Ofc, fudging ur memory will effect everything :p

29-09-2009, 07:47:50

Bungral
Well I will be overclocking my memory too... Hmmmm

01-10-2009, 09:54:49

painejake
Just to add too, I have a Spinny 1TB F3 and its a great drive :D
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