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Old 07-26-2009, 06:39 PM   #1
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Talking Building a BluRay ripper

Me and my bro are looking into building a blurray ripper. We are trying to build for as little $ as possible. currently this is what we have

CPU - Intel Core 2 Quad 2.66GHz - http://wiurl.com/n9Xe5
Motherboard - Foxconn G31MXP-K Micro ATX - http://wiurl.com/x1Pl1
RAM - 2 x 2Gb Corsair - http://wiurl.com/c6Jx6
Case - Athenatech Micro ATX - http://wiurl.com/a7Cv4
Hard Drive - 160Gb I already Have
PSU - 450w I already have
BluRay drive - http://wiurl.com/t7Rl5

This comes out to $360 ish. Is there anything that i need to change or that is better for the money? I looked at Core i7's but they are just too expensive.

Also just a disclaimer that I will not be copying any copyrighted material
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Old 07-26-2009, 11:04 PM   #2
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does that drive even rip BDs? i dont think it does...
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Old 07-26-2009, 11:07 PM   #3
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That looks to be just like a reader, I thought there was something off with the price, and then it just said Reader.
Also that has SLOW DVD read speed, I mean I figure it wouldn't be ALL bluray as many things are still on DVD so I don't know about that model.
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i looked on newegg right quick and i dont see any cheep, if any, BD ripper/writers on there...
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Cheapest one I found
A long shot from your price, and this is the cheapest most basic model
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i looked on newegg right quick and i dont see any cheep, if any, BD ripper/writers on there...
Cant any blu ray reader also rip them? Currently I use the ps3's bluray drive to rip and it can't write
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I really doubt this is legal ripping since the odds of you copying your own personally-made Blu-Ray movies is just not likely. Closed.
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