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Which to buy? AOpen, LiteOn, Iomega? - 8/30/2001 2:55:28 AM   
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I'm seeking out a new CDRW drive. So far the ones I found suitable(and within budget :)) are :

1) AOpen 16/10/32
2) Liteon 16/10/40

Can anyone make a suggestion? I've read the review's for both (Thanks to CDRinfo!) and I really can't make up my mind. Both have equally good and bad points...maybe anyone who has tried the new firmwares can post to update if they have fixed any of the problems listed in the reviews?
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RE: Which to buy? AOpen, LiteOn, Iomega? - 8/30/2001 7:49:58 AM   
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Hehe...AOpen can be OC up to 20/10/40. That could be a positive i guess.

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RE: Which to buy? AOpen, LiteOn, Iomega? - 8/30/2001 12:55:44 PM   
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quote:

I'm seeking out a new CDRW drive. So far the ones I found suitable(and within budget :)) are :

1) AOpen 16/10/32
2) Liteon 16/10/40

Can anyone make a suggestion? I've read the review's for both (Thanks to CDRinfo!) and I really can't make up my mind. Both have equally good and bad points...maybe anyone who has tried the new firmwares can post to update if they have fixed any of the problems listed in the reviews?



i currently own 16102b for a week and very pleased with it, haven't make any coaster yet, even when i got bsod last time . but i don't know if this drive is capable of dma or not. anyone know answer to this question ?



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RE: Which to buy? AOpen, LiteOn, Iomega? - 8/30/2001 12:55:59 PM   
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quote:

I'm seeking out a new CDRW drive. So far the ones I found suitable(and within budget :)) are :

1) AOpen 16/10/32
2) Liteon 16/10/40

Can anyone make a suggestion? I've read the review's for both (Thanks to CDRinfo!) and I really can't make up my mind. Both have equally good and bad points...maybe anyone who has tried the new firmwares can post to update if they have fixed any of the problems listed in the reviews?



i currently own 16102b for a week and very pleased with it, haven't make any coaster yet, even when i got bsod last time . but i don't know if this drive is capable of dma or not. anyone know answer to this question ?



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RE: Which to buy? AOpen, LiteOn, Iomega? - 8/31/2001 6:25:18 AM   
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Hehe...AOpen can be OC up to 20/10/40. That could be a positive i guess.

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Hmm...but does it work like a 20/10/40? I mean burn at 20x and read at 40x(including DAE)? And what are the risks of O/Cing? Would you cause the laser to over heat or something?


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