Portable CD Tattoos with Yamaha's CRW-F1UX USB 2.0 Burner

Test Setup And Benchmarks

The test platform took the form of a PC with the following setup:

Test System
Processor Intel Pentium 4, 1.9 GHz, 256 kB L2 Cache
Motherboard Intel 845 GBV
Memory 256 MB DDR400, CL2.5 Kingmax
USB2.0 Controller NEC uPD720100A
Graphics Card NVIDIA GeForce3 Ti 500 64 MB
Harddisk Maxtor 5T040H4 (40 GB)
CD-R/RW-Drives ASUS S520, TDK CRW241040
Network Card D-LinkDFE-530TX PCI 100 MBit
OS Windows XP Pro 5.01.2600 SP1
Benchmarks and Software
Burning Software Nero Burning ROM
Packet Writing SW Ahead InCD 3.37.0
Tools Nero CD Speed 1.00
Clony XXL,
DAE Exact Audio Copy 0.9 beta4
Drivers and Settings
Graphics Driver NVIDIA
IDE Driver Intel 82801DB ICH4 4.0.1001.0
ASPI Driver Adaptec 4.71, Ahead 2.0.1
DirectX Version 8.1
Resolution 1280x1024, 32 Bit, 85 Hz Refresh

The burner was operated through a USB 2.0 adapter (PCI expansion card).

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  • I am glad i found this article/review. I have a crw-f1ux minus the needed software. While I am not so interested in discT@2, I would like to use Advanced Audio Master Quality Recording, to create audio cds. Do you know where one can get said software? Yamaha does not have it, nor does Nero answer their phones during stated business hours. I currently use Easy CD creator, but I suspect I need the FULL version of Nero that came with this 2002 unit. While I wait for Nero's reply, would you happen to know? Thank you in advance.