Plextor PX-760A Dual-Layer DVD Burner Review. Page 4
[12/20/2006 12:35 PM | Storage]
by Andrey Kuznetcov
DVD-burners from Plextor have been traditionally regarded as special products. Even without knowing exactly why, you realize you can expect something more from them than from ordinary products after you’ve taken a look at the price tag. I’ll try to find out if Plextor indeed has something special to offer us by testing the company’s DVD-burner which key feature is the ability to burn DVD media at a speed of 18x.
CD WinBench 99
I tested the drives in CD WinBench 99 using a molded CD-ROM and two copies of it made on CD-R and CD-RW discs. This will help us see how the drive processes different types of media.
These data-transfer graphs show that the drive has no problems at reading the media with the exception of the CD-R whose graph has a small jagged section at the beginning.
The drive shows its highest performance with the CD-ROM and lowest with the CD-RW. The tests of read speed produce expectable results: this speed is the highest with the CD-ROM and the lowest with the CD-RW. The measured access time is not bigger than the declared value. It is the lowest with the CD-R and the biggest with the CD-RW disc.
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