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November 25, 2002 5:12:18 AM

I'm building my wife a new system and I looking for a good quailty CDRW for under $100.00. The cheaper the better!

I currently have a Plex 8/4/32 and its ran great the last few years. My only problem is sometimes it won't recongize my cds but it still works great.

I have seen recommended here Lite-On, as well as plex.

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November 25, 2002 12:25:56 PM

lite-on from newegg.com sub 60.00 for the 48x24x48 and it can be overclocked to 52 if you wish although it is nearly pointless to do so (4 seconds difference at max speed in burn time)

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November 25, 2002 10:14:12 PM

I also have good experience with Lite On CDRW.
November 26, 2002 2:09:09 AM

I think I'll try the LiteOn.
Thanks for the response.
November 27, 2002 12:47:02 AM

Ditto.
I just got a liteon 48x24x48x with black faceplate :smile:

Amazingly fast and quiet, even on full spin.
And it burns at 48x, even thought the media is only 1-16x rated. 10x cd-rw disks go at 12x.
I need to find some proper 24x disks.

Additionally ive heard that the 48x24x48x is flashable to 52x24x52x and soon even 52x32x52x!

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