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hi guys ! i need help! please!!!

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by Thetrixrabbit, Mar 31, 2010.

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    Thetrixrabbit Thread Starter

    Mar 31, 2010
    sup guys, i used ot have a nother account on here but i cant remeber what it was. I need some help for a friend that wants to build there comp into a DVD/Cd doup machine. For starters she is running a AMD x64 dulecore cpu at i think 2.6 ghz, 3 gb ram. She wants to get aSata CD/DVD/Blu Ray Duplicator Controller so it is just a drop and push thing to burn a disk. she has 2 sata connecters and 1 IDE, Her HDD is 250Gb IDE and she has a sata DVD rom. She wants to use the IDE HDD and buy a nother sata controller card to run 2 more drives, for the dvd/cd burners with Pciex1, she wants to have, 1 drive to read Blueray that will burn DVD/Cd and PLAY blueray not burn blueray. and 2 DVD/cd drives to burn 2 disks at once.

    with that said, can someone help me with some info, First off does the controller unit use 1 Sata on the mobo or would it need 3 on the the mobo. Will the controller need to be connected to 3 satas on the motherboard, or does the controller connect to 1 and basicly controll the others itself ? it says its a self contained unit with memory cpu all that stuff. Does she need the extra SATA controller or not?:confused:

    Second: Would the controller have to have BLUERAY on it since the first drive is a blueray/dvd/cd reader, remeber she only wants it to burn DVD/cd not burn blueray at all. :confused:

    i have googled and read but cant get an answer and im very tired right now, if anyone can give me some info ide be very thankfull.:D
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