LG Launches High-Speed Optical DVD Rewriters

"LG Electronics has launched its new line-up of high speed optical DVD rewriters to the UK."

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LG launches new high speed optical DVD rewriters in the UK

LG Electronics, a global leader in consumer electronics and mobile communications, has launched its new line-up of high speed optical DVD rewriters to the UK: the GSA-H54, its first Vista approved 18x Super Multi Drive optical rewriter; the GSA-H50, its 18x Super Multi Drive optical rewriter designed for Window’s XP, and the GSA-H62 18x Super Multi Drive optical rewriter equipped with a Serial-ATA interface. LG’s new series of rewriters are ideal for fast, efficient back-up and storage of large quantities of data.

The GSA-H54 is LG’s first Vista approved internal 18x Super Multi Drive Optical DVD rewriter. Key features include the flexibility to read and write a number of different formats including DVD+R, DVD-R and DVD-RAM and the ability to store 8.5GB of data as standard. An extension of this model is the GSA-H54L which comes equipped with LG’s Lightscribe Direct Disc Labelling technology. This gives users the added ability to imprint professional-standard and individually designed labels to disks.

The GSA-H50 is an internal drive, has the same specifications as the GSA-H54, but is specifically developed for use with Windows XP. A Lightscribe Direct Disc model is also available (GSA-H50L).

The GSA-H54/L and the GSA-H50/L are available in the UK market in black, white and silver.

The GSA-H62 is equipped with a S-ATA interface connection, giving users a faster transfer rate and simpler installation than the current technology P-ATA. This 18x model comes as an internal unit and is also available with Lightscribe Direct Disk Technology (GSA-H62L). Both models are currently available in the UK market in black, white and silver.

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19-05-2007, 07:57:36

Sprite
Ooooh nice one, whats that case like btw and where did you buy it from ? Looks quite snazzy :)

19-05-2007, 08:00:07

Ham
E63200? You getting ES's form next year:p.

Very nice though mate. gonna be one hell of a powerful server!

19-05-2007, 11:29:35

NugentS
I find the biggest problem with VMWare is not memory (although that is a problem) or disk space - but disk speed. Its very easy to consume the resources of a disk array (or single disk) with one VM and wonder why the rest are running dog slow...

Allowing memory to swapping with VMs is a real killer

Not that I have a good solution though - I have a caching RAID 5 SATA controller and it don't really help....

Sean

19-05-2007, 12:17:49

Kempez
Nice and tidy mate and a decent spec server :)

19-05-2007, 12:32:43

Toxcity
Very impressive server dude! :)
How much did the 3x 400GB drives cost??

19-05-2007, 12:51:51

ExtremeBlizzard
Very nice and tidy.

19-05-2007, 14:18:59

nathan

I find the biggest problem with VMWare is not memory (although that is a problem) or disk space - but disk speed. Its very easy to consume the resources of a disk array (or single disk) with one VM and wonder why the rest are running dog slow...

Allowing memory to swapping with VMs is a real killer

Not that I have a good solution though - I have a caching RAID 5 SATA controller and it don't really help....

Sean



it depends on what your running on the virtual servers and how much they use the disc. So far i have, mail server, web server and a file server. All running ok, but then again its not going to see heavy traffic, so it should be ok.

Hard drives were £80 each, but i brought them about 3 months ago. They should be about £65-70 now.

The case is a Shinobi SH09A, Can be found just here, Its not the best made one in the world, but for the money, its ok.

19-05-2007, 15:22:22

Rastalovich
28 bucks was a steal tbh.

Great build, the Noctua will serve u well. Looks like u got the temps under consideration. How are u gonna clock it ? stock ? Be a nice folder for u ;) doesn`t have to run @ 100%.

I gotta install WinSer2k3 on something to get used to playing with it tbh.

19-05-2007, 21:13:05

nathan

28 bucks was a steal tbh.

Great build, the Noctua will serve u well. Looks like u got the temps under consideration. How are u gonna clock it ? stock ? Be a nice folder for u ;) doesn`t have to run @ 100%.

I gotta install WinSer2k3 on something to get used to playing with it tbh.



no overclocking, but ofcouse its folding :p

19-05-2007, 23:53:17

Nagaru
Wow, that is an awesome server, should be great.
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