PS4 hard drive size, that is...
I don't feel like I have a lot of games for the PS4 yet, but here I am, trying to figure out how to fit my next game install onto my original 500GB HDD.
If I upgrade the internal drive to say a 2TB (I think that's the largest 2.5" drive currently compatible with the PS4), I'll lose any phantom games I've already downloaded. And at some point down the road, I'll be facing the same problem.
Is there any way to clone+expand (to use the full size of the new drive) the PS4 hard drive using a partition software tool or by using one of those USB docks that have the clone feature built into the hardware?
If the above isn't possible, how about using a SATA cable to connect to the internal PS4 SATA connection and run it out to an external 4TB+ SATA drive? Yes, it would look fugly, but I remember being able to do it with my PS3.
Option 3...using an external HDD via USB to run games from. I'm guessing that's a "no" since the external would have to be formatted to FAT32 and FAT32 can't deal with files larger than 4GB.
The final option would be to manage my hoarding compulsion and deal with my max hard drive space issues. :(