The Optiarc and TSST drives did not offer a 2x, so I thought I’d try this media on my slim GU90N. Not ideal, but didn’t feel like dragging out the old NEC drives and hooking them up. The GU90N did an atrocious job, so I thought I’d pull out my ND3500A.
The ND3500A self-destructed during the burn. It now has a short to ground and the computer won’t boot with it attached. I did manage however to exceed your result in the end with a write swap on the Optiarc AD-7200S.
My codes are similar to yours:
Verbatim Digital Movie DVD-R 4x / MCC 01RG20 (film reel decorative style on front of disc 43277)
Hub Code: 4092 507 -R B D 03396
Stamper Code: ZC5697-DVR-H47A
This is an “Advanced AZO” disc. “Made in India” (and you can guess which write strategy I used based on the country of origin).
Burned at 2x and read at 8x. Read on BenQ DW1620.
Very good discs. These go in the VIP pile.