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    Dual 8x or 10x CD-Rīs or just a single 16x ?

    k, what about this... , Dual 8x or 10x CD-Rīs in a Duron 900Mhz and burn at the same time ?

    It must be better than a single 16x !?!?!

    Since I can buy very cheap 8x


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    Duron 750@900Mhz
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    Dual Celeron 366@550Mhz
    http://www.ocgurus.com/listings/queryputer.asp?PuterID=204
    P2 350Mhz,192MB(DELL)
    P-100Mhz,48MB(COMPAQ)
    P-90Mhz,40MB(COMMODORE)
    486Dx2/66Mhz,36MB(COMPAQ)
    ftp1. Antec PLUSVIEW1000AMG, Abit AT7 v1.1, XP 1800@2300 0,13u, 512MB TwinMOS PC-2700 cl2
    ftp2. Antec PLUSVIEW1000AMG, Abit AT7 v1.2, XP 1800@2300 0,13u, 512MB TwinMOS PC-2700 cl2
    backup. Chieftec Fulltower, Abit KT7A-R v1.3 XP-M 2000+ 3x256MB TwinMOS PC-166
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    I'd also go for 2 8X, There aren't that many CD-R discs which will burn reliably on 16X.

    Besides, it takes some time to prepare the disc before burning, such as dragging files etc. If you have 2 burners, you can prepare the CD layout while the other is burning.

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    K, here it goes I can get two Mitsumi 8x for the same price as one 16x (any brand) and nearly also the 12x

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    Duron 750@900Mhz
    http://www.ocgurus.com/listings/queryputer.asp?PuterID=206
    Dual Celeron 366@550Mhz
    http://www.ocgurus.com/listings/queryputer.asp?PuterID=204
    P2 350Mhz,192MB(DELL)
    P-100Mhz,48MB(COMPAQ)
    P-90Mhz,40MB(COMMODORE)
    486Dx2/66Mhz,36MB(COMPAQ)
    ftp1. Antec PLUSVIEW1000AMG, Abit AT7 v1.1, XP 1800@2300 0,13u, 512MB TwinMOS PC-2700 cl2
    ftp2. Antec PLUSVIEW1000AMG, Abit AT7 v1.2, XP 1800@2300 0,13u, 512MB TwinMOS PC-2700 cl2
    backup. Chieftec Fulltower, Abit KT7A-R v1.3 XP-M 2000+ 3x256MB TwinMOS PC-166
    Workstation. (Not yet ready)

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    Whatabout having 3 CD-Rīs on 1 computer then ?

    It seems like Nero can handle 2 CD-Rīs but whatabout 3 CD-Rīs ?!?!?!?!

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    Duron 750@900Mhz
    http://www.ocgurus.com/listings/queryputer.asp?PuterID=206
    Dual Celeron 366@550Mhz
    http://www.ocgurus.com/listings/queryputer.asp?PuterID=204
    P2 350Mhz,192MB(DELL)
    P-100Mhz,48MB(COMPAQ)
    P-90Mhz,40MB(COMMODORE)
    486Dx2/66Mhz,36MB(COMPAQ)
    ftp1. Antec PLUSVIEW1000AMG, Abit AT7 v1.1, XP 1800@2300 0,13u, 512MB TwinMOS PC-2700 cl2
    ftp2. Antec PLUSVIEW1000AMG, Abit AT7 v1.2, XP 1800@2300 0,13u, 512MB TwinMOS PC-2700 cl2
    backup. Chieftec Fulltower, Abit KT7A-R v1.3 XP-M 2000+ 3x256MB TwinMOS PC-166
    Workstation. (Not yet ready)

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    Mole look at this ! http://discussions.hardwarecentral.c...ML/012993.html

    DO u think my computer Duron 900Mhz can manage Dual Mitsumi 8x CD-Rīs or perhaps 3 CD-Rīs ?!?!?!?




    ------------------
    Duron 750@900Mhz
    http://www.ocgurus.com/listings/queryputer.asp?PuterID=206
    Dual Celeron 366@550Mhz
    http://www.ocgurus.com/listings/queryputer.asp?PuterID=204
    P2 350Mhz,192MB(DELL)
    P-100Mhz,48MB(COMPAQ)
    P-90Mhz,40MB(COMMODORE)
    486Dx2/66Mhz,36MB(COMPAQ)
    ftp1. Antec PLUSVIEW1000AMG, Abit AT7 v1.1, XP 1800@2300 0,13u, 512MB TwinMOS PC-2700 cl2
    ftp2. Antec PLUSVIEW1000AMG, Abit AT7 v1.2, XP 1800@2300 0,13u, 512MB TwinMOS PC-2700 cl2
    backup. Chieftec Fulltower, Abit KT7A-R v1.3 XP-M 2000+ 3x256MB TwinMOS PC-166
    Workstation. (Not yet ready)

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