Help with Specs Needed for a DVD Burning PC

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mrserv0n

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I run a DVD Burning backup site for MAME/ Console roms, Due to a flood of business I need a dedicated machine for burning these DVD Sets because I can never use my computer I am ALWAYS burning DVDs.

What system specs do I NEED to run 3 dvd burners simultaneously. Can I get away with a 3200 Sempron with 512ram or do I need something nice?

Also If I have 3 dvd burners and put the Original Disc in Drive 1, can I then burn that to Drives 2 and 3 at the same time
 

mrserv0n

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No. I want to know how demanding a dvd burner is on a PC and what kind of specs one would need to have 3 going at once. I already have the drives and half the parts I am not interested in buying a $1500 piece of hardware
 
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I don't know of any software that will let you to burn to more then one burner at a time, unless it on a burner like the one on the link I gave you . as fore as the cpu and ram just open windows task manager when you are burning something to see what you cpu is doing for the ram I have a program called everesthome that tell you how much ram you are using but i see that it is no longer free if you want it just pm me and i can sent it to you
 
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Nero allows burning to 4 recorders at once. It has to be the full retail version not OEM. I would at least run a Gig of RAM though.
 
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did not know that but i only run the oem one, it also would be a good idea to add another fan or 2 with 3 burner going
 
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