New external 20x DVD rewriter from LG

"LG expands its optical storage offering"

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LG expands its optical storage offering

LG Electronics, a global leader in consumer electronics, launches its first external 20x Super Multi Drive DVD rewriter, the GSA-E60N/L, into the UK today. The drive is USB powered, equipped with SecurDisc™ content protection and can also be purchased with Lightscribe technology. The drive is available immediately from a selection of retailers including DSG.

The GSA-E60N/L is ideal for consumers and businesses that require a fast and secure process to regularly back-up important files, such as downloaded music or company documents.

Key specifications:

* Interface Type: External (Host), USB 2.0 (480Mbits/s)
* Measurements: 160 x 50 x 230 mm
* Colours: Black & silver
* Windows Vista compatibility

SecurDisc™ features:

* Password Protection
* Digital Signature
* Data Reliability
* Data Integrity
* Copy Protection
 
LG GSA60N
 

Find out more at LG's website here

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01-11-2007, 09:21:36

thync
I would appreciate any suggestions that would aid me in choosing my new GFX card. I'm looking mid-market - can't afford the big guns yet, plus I have to upgrade my m'board, CPU, PSu etc.

My choices so far are between:

1> Radeon HD2600 XT
2> Radeon X1950 PRO
3> GeForce 8600 GT
4> Radeon X1650 XT

Thanks for your input.

01-11-2007, 10:17:39

Allargando
if you want performance on a budget, and don't care about dx10 then get the radeon x1950pro (I personally have the iceq 3 turbo version from HIS)

if you want dx10, get the 8600. The HD2600 didn't quite pull its weight when put up against an 8600.

If all of those are too expensive, then look at the x1650 XT (or a 7600 or 7800 series card from nVidia)

01-11-2007, 10:20:14

Rastalovich
Imo u gotta pick 1 or 3, and cos I`m a biased fanboi I`d say 3.

01-11-2007, 10:22:18

youpla
I would go with the 8600GT, maybe the XFX Fatal1ty tested here: http://www.overclock3d.net/reviews.php?/gpu_displays/xfx_fatal1ty_8600_gt_professional_series/1

02-11-2007, 03:18:56

thync
I have an opportunity to get hold of a Radeon X1650 PRO at a really good price, and the only cons this card seems to have is:

1> No DX10 support.
2> low pixel shader and vertex pipelines count (12 & 5)

Otherwise it is comparable to a 8600 GT or a HD2600 XT. Will this be good enough to play Oblivion or similar?

02-11-2007, 19:19:06

Pat123
8600GT easily wins that bunch..

03-11-2007, 06:22:54

!TIMMY!
Have a look here.
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