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DM166D 16x DVD-ROM - PCstats.com DM166D 16x DVD-ROM
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As with CyberDrive's other devices, this one came bare. That is, no retail box, manual, software, screws, or cables. And no free DVD. It's a standard 16x part with a maximum throughput of 20mb/s. Although it doesn't exactly match the picture on the website, this is in fact their DM166D and was detected by my test system as such. It's also rated as a 40x (max) CD-ROM. It's not the shortest drive in the world; my Creative Labs 52x CD-ROM is significantly smaller. The length can be compared to that of a Plextor burner and so can the weight.
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