Overclocking my LTR-32123S to 48x?

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#1

Why is it not possible to overclock my 32x LiteOn burner to 40x or 48x Speed ?


#2

Different chipset…

Do a search and you will find a zillion different post conserning this…


#3

What about with the new firmware that has been recently released?


#4

Nothing changed except that it supports more media.


#5

Yes what about it?
It adds some more CD-R media to the database…
They still use different chipset, so it’s still a no-go.

[EDIT]Darn, OC-Freak beat me to it… Oh well… :)[/EDIT]


#6

hmmm…P-CAV is certainly different from Z-CLV driving algorithms.:rolleyes:


#7

Try to use Sis chipset drivers on a via system.
That’s similiar to using xxxx5x firmware on a xxxx3x drive.


#8

forgive me if i’m wrong, but I remember once OC-Freak replyed in a tread that he was running his LTR-32123S as a P-CAV drive, but that the firmware still had bugs.

I searched for the post, but couldn’t find it.


#9

Wakke,

Don’t know if this helps, but check it out:

http://forum.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?threadid=45045&perpage=25&highlight=LTR32123S%20as%20a%20PCAV&pagenumber=2

However, the post refers to the 40x as P-CAV and not the 32x, if I’m correct.


#10

burnproof, you’re right

It’s that post that I meant. So I was wrong


#11

Nope I do not run the LTR-32123S as P-CAV…

I was talking about the LTR-40125S that I was running as P-CAV in that thread.

In the aftertime I’ve realized that there is no LTR-32123W drive either.

So LTR-32123S will probably never be P-CAV or support mt.rainier.