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06-04-2009, 12:06 PM
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06-05-2009, 08:52 AM
WOW, Impressive system for sure. It is probably one of the sexiest systems Ive seen, Its so well layed out in the case and A+ Cable management.

I never thought about using HD Tune on USB Sticks but thats a cool Idea and Im gunna give it a whirl.

LMFAO @ " Kicks Ass and Takes Names"

What exactly did you mean when talking about IDE DVD Burners making coasters out of disk's as aposed to SATA ones. I understand what you "mean" by coasters out of disks just wondered if IDE drives tend to do it more. P.S Thanks for the bloody good idea # 2 I only the otherday was thinking "Damm I need a coaster for my beverage" and whamm Now I have the perfect coaster for my "Command Centre" lol.

Great review, of a fully sick system. Makes me wanna get into I7's so bad now. That system in AUS would be like 10 Grand. It would be cheaper to buy the system from the states and send it over on fed ex or something.

P.S You have an Awesome Job Getting to test new systems. I understand were your coming from with the whole being over building systems and stuff but Im still in that stage were I love building systems and taking the time to make it look neat inside. I wish I could be a Tester. lol

06-16-2009, 05:57 PM
I am sure this could be debated but when using IDE drives to burn disks at speed you can get into a situation where the buffer runs out of data and the result is a coaster. Since SATA is a point to point path the chance of this happening is much less likely.

06-16-2009, 09:40 PM
Ahhh Makes perfect sense to me. Thanks for your explanation. Its Crazy but I burn everything at 4x anyway. Always have, Probably always will.