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    O/C your CD-burner!

    If you wanna make your CD-RW faster, Click me

    So far (that I know of) it only works for Lite-On burners (a lot of manufactors use that drive though.. like TDK)

    I've got the 40x one and I'm tempted to make it 48X...
    Fdisk?
    It only take me one beer to get drunk...just not sure if it's the ninth or tenth one

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    damn i have the 24x one

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    Originally posted by YARDofSTUF
    damn i have the 24x one
    OC-Freak: Admin at CDFreaks forums
    Well, here is those that I think may be upgradable:

    LTR-0841-->LTR-12101B: possible, sanyo chipset
    LTR-12101B: Not upgradable, sanyo chipset
    LTR-12102B: Not upgradable, mediatek chipset
    LTR-12101C-->LTR-16101B: maybe possible?, sanyo chipset
    LTR-16101B: Not upgradable, sanyo chipset
    LTR-16102B: Not upgradable, mediatek chipset
    LTR-16102C-->LTR-24102B, possible, mediatek chipset.
    LTR-24101B: Not upgradaple, sanyo? chipset?
    LTR-24102B: Not upgradable, mediatek chipset.
    LTR-24103S-->LTR-32123S: possible, mediatek chipset.
    LTR-32123S: Not upgradable!, mediatek chipset.
    LTR-32125W-->LTR-40125W, possible, mediatek chipset.
    LTR-40125S: Not upgradable, but a new firmware will maybe give it P-CAV functionality, mediatek chipset.
    Fdisk?
    It only take me one beer to get drunk...just not sure if it's the ninth or tenth one

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    ya i have teh 2b not the 3s

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    Ya, most ppl have the 2B, like me, which sux, but 32x is only like 10 secs faster than 24x anyways, so i don't really care
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    Seems like the 48x CAV burners can write a full CD in 3min, while Zone CLV burners take bout 4min, so that is a noticeable improvement
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    ya my 24x is fast enough for me for a while

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    Originally posted by YARDofSTUF
    ya my 24x is fast enough for me for a while
    u got the TDK as well right??

    They aren't compatible with oc..?
    .....

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    wonder if there's any hope for my 10x hp burner

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    I did my LTR-0841-->LTR-12101B worked like a charm.

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    Originally posted by Murman
    I did my LTR-0841-->LTR-12101B worked like a charm.
    Sweet

    Still thinking if I need a 48X burner... with my 24X certified CDRs lol
    Fdisk?
    It only take me one beer to get drunk...just not sure if it's the ninth or tenth one

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    Originally posted by aagiants


    u got the TDK as well right??

    They aren't compatible with oc..?

    lite on

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    hm

    Originally posted by TigerUpperCut
    Seems like the 48x CAV burners can write a full CD in 3min, while Zone CLV burners take bout 4min, so that is a noticeable improvement
    i got Plextor 40 12 40A and 700mb cd is burned in 3 min 15 sec

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    Re: hm

    Originally posted by rivas


    i got Plextor 40 12 40A and 700mb cd is burned in 3 min 15 sec
    Fdisk?
    It only take me one beer to get drunk...just not sure if it's the ninth or tenth one

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    ssj, what kinda CD-Rs you using for 48x burning? Use NeroCDSpeed and run the Overburning test, plz tell me what the dye type is, and the manufactuer, as well as whats on the CD label (ie brand and "rated" speed)
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    Originally posted by TigerUpperCut
    ssj, what kinda CD-Rs you using for 48x burning? Use NeroCDSpeed and run the Overburning test, plz tell me what the dye type is, and the manufactuer, as well as whats on the CD label (ie brand and "rated" speed)
    Oh, that pic wasn't a screenshot from my computer. It was from the homepage of CDFreaks. I was just showing how long it takes to burn a full CD at 48X.

    RE: CD media
    From CDFreaks website
    We tried about 10 different brands of CD-R discs and only discs from CMC Magnetics and Acer media technology would write at 48X. We also wrote an Acer (Only 12X certified!) disc at 48X and it was also 100% readable!!! We also tried several other disc brands at lower speeds and in all cases the write qualty seemed to be very high. Yes we are impressed of the quality of the produced discs.
    I'm too scared to o/c my NEW drive.. 30 seconds is not enough increase for me to 'upgrade'

    Oh, new firmwares have been released.
    Fdisk?
    It only take me one beer to get drunk...just not sure if it's the ninth or tenth one

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    Re: Re: hm

    Originally posted by ssjDoh
    i was talking about Plextor and not Lite-ON .Do you think it will work on plextor too ?

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    Re: Re: Re: hm

    Originally posted by rivas


    i was talking about Plextor and not Lite-ON .Do you think it will work on plextor too ?
    From what I've read, it will not work on Plextor drives......yet.
    Fdisk?
    It only take me one beer to get drunk...just not sure if it's the ninth or tenth one

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