812 z-clv at cdrw.why?

the 851 and the 811 use pcav to write 24x on cdrw.
why use the 812 z-clv??

when i burn a svcd with 24x the movie hang up at the moment when the writespeed skips to 24x.

huh? wtf? :confused:

Yeah, that was interesting news. Hmz, why can’t those lazy asses @ Lite-On Europe send me my review sample :a

I wan’t to play around with it now! :wink:

Originally posted by OC-Freak
[B]huh? wtf? :confused:

Yeah, that was interesting news. Hmz, why can’t those lazy asses @ Lite-On Europe send me my review sample :a

I wan’t to play around with it now! :wink: [/B]

Yes, OC, clearly you do not have enough drives to play with:

yesss!!!

What is this for a giant tower???

you are the winner!
your tower is bigger than my 812!

In case someone wonders - that is my review computer. (not kidding).

And as you see it’s still not large enough so I’ve put 4 firewire/usb2.0 enclosures on top of it :stuck_out_tongue:

Originally posted by OC-Freak
[B]In case someone wonders - that is my review computer. (not kidding).

And as you see it’s still not large enough so I’ve put 4 firewire/usb2.0 enclosures on top of it :stuck_out_tongue: [/B]

Sorry about hijacking the thread konsolen.
To answer your question, it probably has to do with the newer chipset in the drive. Many DVD burners are doing that.

OC, I would like to know what you use each and every one of those burners for!

@rdgrimes
no prob.this picture has open my mind!!

:o

newer chipset?anyone in this forum postet that the chipset is the as the 811 chipset.

edit:how can i post a scan?i get alway the info this is no jpeg file.
the scan is a jpegfile!

Originally posted by konsolen
[B]@rdgrimes
no prob.this picture has open my mind!!

:o

newer chipset?anyone in this forum postet that the chipset is the as the 811 chipset.

edit:how can i post a scan?i get alway the info this is no jpeg file.
the scan is a jpegfile! [/B]

You have to host the image file somewhere and link to it with the “img” tags.

What I use those writers for? go to:

http://club.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=91008

The uploaded file is not a valid GIF or JPG file. Please ensure that it is and try again.

Originally posted by konsolen
The uploaded file is not a valid GIF or JPG file. Please ensure that it is and try again.

Read this.
That’s why rdgrimes just said you need to find a host to upload the picture to, then use image tags.