Many LG and WriteMaster™ drives could reach ×12 PCAV for reading and writing (also PCAV for reading somehow).
Not ZCAV, because CLV makes ZCAV obsolete. ZCAV does not even exist in disc drives.
However, I do not know any drive, which reaches full ×16 speed and what happened to cartridges, and also:
How many rewrite cycles do higher speed DVD-RAMs and HD-DVD-RAM have?
Version 2.0, first generation (usually supported by desktop and slim drives):
* 2.1: ×3 = 100000.
* 2.2: ×5 = 10000 .
Version 2.0, second generation:
* 2.3: up to × 6.
* 2.4: up to × 8.
* 2.5: up to ×12.
* 2.6: up to ×16.
- HD-DVD-RAM: Unknown speed, unknown rewriting cycles.
- DVD-RAM Version 1 line: Unknown.
- DVD-RAM2: Unknown
How can the finished/remaining cycles be calculated/determined on all rewriteable discs?.