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Thursday, July 11, 2002
Overclocking

1. Introduction

Hardware OC (overclocking)


We do not take any responsibility about possibly problems/errors/data loss/etc. Do it at your own risk!

You can always sent us your story!

What? OC your CDR-W drive! How can this be possible? Maybe CDRinfo site become a CPU expert? We do not talk about CPU's over here. Sometimes you can boost your CDR-W drive writing/re-writing/reading performance, simple by changing it is firmware revision!

Current Modifications for:

  • AOPEN
  • HP
  • Iomega
  • LG
  • Lite-On
  • Plextor
  • Ricoh
  • Sony
  • TraxData




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