I just flick the radio button to select "show posts" before I search.
Or I use the integrated Google Search.
Or I use an advanced search for something, and it's just another option to set.
Most of the time for stuff like this, a search for the thread (and wallowing through a few posts) is better than inputting a full search query.
Flicking though the first page of the GH24NS95 results thread shows that it can scan.
GH24NSB0 thread has no results about scanning, but says it's still a MTK drive (so probably can, like the NS95 and NS90).
The Asus drive thread has some scans made by the drive itself with PIE, PIF and jitter reported, looking no different from the iHASx24 C series. (Somewhere along the way, you find out it is a C-series LiteOn). Whether you find a C-series 24x drive from LiteOn suitable for scanning, you'll have to decide for yourself. I see nothing wrong with the scans, short of a few posts where the drive seems sensitive.
I only encourage searching because you can find out a lot of interesting stuff in one slow swoop. [And because I know some basic answers can be discovered without waiting for a reply.]