Is 256G PCIe based-SSD enough for most calculations?

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Is a 256G PCIe based-SSD enough for most calculations?
We know some thermochemical calculations, e.g., ccCA-S4, ccCA-CCL, G4(MP2)-6x, etc., are disk capacity demanding, and cr-eomccsd(t) also requires a large volume disk when the treated molecule is large, thus, dear Sir, how much disk volume would you recommend for a workstation devoted to quantum chemical calculations?
How many cores are enough?
Edited On 4:39:19 AM PDT - Sun, Jul 26th 2015 by Xiongyan21

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