Ok - so that is basically what everybody would get because its something like the technical maximum of the (driveÂ´s) interface?
16x writing would be the maximum with UDMA2 devices anyway, as it needs about that burst rate? (if not using tricks like stopping and resuming burns or so).
Thanks for the quick answer.
EDIT: My LG GSA-4163B on the same interface gets 25 MB/sec with the same DVD-R in I used for testing the BenQ above... but also 22-23 MB/sec with the DVD+RW, so it seems burst rate varies with the type of media in the drive?
Or is it only that for measuring burst rate correctly, all the data must be in the cache/buffer of the drive, which is just 2MB for both, with a burst rate >22MB/sec thats just enough data for not even a tenth of a second and therefore it is hard to determine the burst rate really exactly?
Otherwise I would think the BenQ maximum interface speed is a bit lower than the LGs.