This check out ok (Benq 1620)

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#1

Does this look ok? Seems to take forever with a 16x burn.

Nero CD Speed Test results

General Information

Operating System Windows XP
Drive BENQ DVD DD DW1620
Firmware Version B7V9
Serial Number
Disc DVD+R
MID YUDEN000 T02
Capacity 4.38 GB

Transfer Rate

Start 3.41x
End 8.32x
Average 6.23x
Type CAV

Seek Times

Random 102 ms
1/3 117 ms
Full 172 ms

CPU Usage

1X 6 %
2X 12 %
4X 23 %
8X 45 %

Interface

Burst Rate 24527 KB/sec

Spin Up/Down Times

Spin Up Time 3.53 sec
Spin Down Time 2.03 sec

Load/Eject Times

Load Time 1.34 sec
Eject Time 12.51 sec
Recognition Time 9.20 sec

Log

Time Elapsed Action
[21:47:00] Creating Data Disc
[21:52:55] 5:58 Speed:6-16 X CAV (11.59 X average)
[21:53:21] Starting Transfer Rate Test
[22:02:57] 9:37 Speed:3-8 X CAV (6.23 X average)
[22:02:57] Starting Seek Times Test
[22:03:08] Random Seek: 102 ms
[22:03:20] 1/3 Seek: 117 ms
[22:03:37] 0:40 Full Seek: 172 ms
[22:03:37] Starting CPU Usage Test
[22:03:52] CPU usage at 1X: 6 %
[22:04:07] CPU usage at 2X: 12 %
[22:04:23] CPU usage at 4X: 23 %
[22:04:38] 1:01 CPU usage at 8X: 45 %
[22:04:38] Starting Burst Rate Test
[22:04:40] 0:02 Interface burst rate: 24 MB/sec (24527 KB/sec)
[22:04:40] Starting Spin-Up/Down Test
[22:04:46] Spin-up time: 3.53 seconds
[22:04:58] 0:18 Spin-down time: 2.03 seconds
[22:04:58] Starting Load/Eject Test
[22:05:11] Eject time: 12.51 seconds
[22:05:12] Load time: 1.34 seconds
[22:05:21] 0:23 Recognition time: 9.20 seconds


#2

5:58 seems to be a reasonable time. Try disabling WOPC if you really want to get crowned for the fastest burn at CDFreaks. Right now with the new LG drives out there it’s a bit hard though…:frowning:


#3

I don’t mean to steal this thread but…

I have a bulk 1620, flashed to B7T9…and when I open QSuite it says: “This drive or firmware is not supported by QSuite, please read the Help/FAQ file”

So how can I toggle the WOPC setting on my drive?

Also, should I check “Optimize for CAV drives” in DiscJuggler?

Thanks in advance CDFreaks!


#4

Clik OK and then clik on the drop down box as your Benq is probably slave on the IDE channel.

now back to our regularly scheduled thread.


#5

That’s because as it tells you, B7T9 is not supported by QSuite. Next time you could try the search function first…:slight_smile:


#6

I think Qsuite only works with Firmware B7U9 and later.

You will have to flash your B7T9 to a newer version to use Qsuite.

EDIT: OOPs, sorry. i see this was already stated :o