-i'm in France, i can't try before buying dvd reader, lucky if you can
(i imagine : hello, i'd like to buy that, could you plug it in, launch nero DVD drive speed, and check that for 5 min please ?)
What i would like is :
<== owner of this drive, could you ==>
at least launch Nero CD-DVD Speed, run the "Transfer Rate" test and the "CPU usage" test, and tell me
--if the transfer rate curve go higher
than x6 at the end of any Data Dvd-r or +r (and begin at something greater than x2.6)
--if Cpu usage 8x is N/A or there is a value
---and what are your system spec (os, service pack, aspi, firmware)
Thank you for answer, i'd really like to know if i'm alone and want proof of that, not just sentence like "it works for me"
[Additional Note, after edition]
i checked there:
it seems that this dvd reader can read DVD-ROM at x16, and DVD-/+ R at x6 max. What is a DVD-ROM ? is it a pressed dvd such as when i buy a game on dvd on the market ?
Then why is my nec3520 burner able to read DVD-/+R at x16 and not simple dvd reader ? It's written on spec : x16, it should be that for all Dvds or be written.
Another note, with the rpc1 firmware, when i rip video dvd, it goes to x8 at most then (instead of x2.4/x4 - but then an original video DVD is not a dvd-rom ?)
I'm lost. If i want to read data dvd-r dvd+r, video dvd and any other dvd Fast, what drive should i get ? i could buy another nec i suppose-