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LTR-24102B performance with 5S07 firmware!!!! - 8/28/2001 5:27:45 PM   
OC-Freak


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It now rips DAE at full speed!!!

Here is DAT and TXT files from CD-Speed 99 version 0.83 Beta as well as a JPG screenshot file!!!!

Here is the DAE speed with 5S04 firmware:
http://home.c2i.net/dyrskog/lt24Xdae.jpg

And here is with the new firmware:
http://home.c2i.net/dyrskog/ltr24102b/dae5s07.dat
http://home.c2i.net/dyrskog/ltr24102b/dae5s07.jpg
http://home.c2i.net/dyrskog/ltr24102b/dae5s07.txt

Here is files for the Advanced DAE test(of course it's getting perfect scores):
http://home.c2i.net/dyrskog/ltr24102b/adv5s07.jpg
http://home.c2i.net/dyrskog/ltr24102b/adv5s07.txt

And here is data transfer rate:
http://home.c2i.net/dyrskog/ltr24102b/data5s07.dat
http://home.c2i.net/dyrskog/ltr24102b/data5s07.jpg
http://home.c2i.net/dyrskog/ltr24102b/data5s07.txt

Here is transfer rate for CD-RW(only place where it lags behind the plextor 24X, it gets only 16X):
http://home.c2i.net/dyrskog/ltr24102b/rw5s07.dat
http://home.c2i.net/dyrskog/ltr24102b/rw5s07.jpg
http://home.c2i.net/dyrskog/ltr24102b/rw5s07.txt

And here is recording speed(22,77X on 80min CD-R):
http://home.c2i.net/dyrskog/ltr24102b/rec5s07.dat
http://home.c2i.net/dyrskog/ltr24102b/rec5s07.jpg
http://home.c2i.net/dyrskog/ltr24102b/rec5s07.txt

And a CloneCD test, for the test I used an image of Max Payne because it's nearly 80min in size(79:37:54). It used 3min 58sec to complete the burn and that includes Lead-in/out and TOC....definitively not bad!!!
http://home.c2i.net/dyrskog/ltr24102b/ccd5s07.jpg
http://home.c2i.net/dyrskog/ltr24102b/ccd5s07.log (note that the log also shows a recording on an 10X CD-RW with the same Image).

And the copy of Max Payne works like a charm, so it still supports Correct encoding of regular bit patterns!!!

GO FOR FIRMWARE VERSION 5S07

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RE: LTR-24102B performance with 5S07 firmware!!!! - 8/28/2001 7:09:56 PM   
El Kid

 

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WOW!!!

Getting it now...thanks for sticking you neck out and testing it.


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RE: LTR-24102B performance with 5S07 firmware!!!! - 8/29/2001 1:50:45 AM   
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Hi everybody!! :)

Since I've heared reports about greatly improved error skipping with CloneCD(something that I've not tried), I'll test later today

I'll try to read and write these games later today:

I'll find a safedisc game and try it, I'm sure I've many.
Max payne, which is Safedisc 2
Settlers 3, which is laserlock 1 and VERY hard to read.
Desperados, which is Laserlock 2 and VERY hard to read, normally takes hours.
Diablo 2 LOD, which is securom 2 and requires subchannel reading.

I'll read all the games from the originals!!!!

Plextor and lite-on is now nearly the same:
Plextor may have better support system, and in Europe you get a two year warranty.
Plextor is abit faster at CD-RW reading.
They've the same DAE speed and quality.
Around the same write speed.
Around the same read speed.
Seems like lite-on is now MUCH faster than plextor at reading copy protected stuff!!!
Lite-on is normally MUCH cheaper.

Anything else you want me to test?


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RE: LTR-24102B performance with 5S07 firmware!!!! - 8/29/2001 10:48:37 AM   
Bubble Boy

 

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quote:
I'll try to read and write these games later today:

I'll find a safedisc game and try it, I'm sure I've many.
Max payne, which is Safedisc 2
Settlers 3, which is laserlock 1 and VERY hard to read.
Desperados, which is Laserlock 2 and VERY hard to read, normally takes hours.
Diablo 2 LOD, which is securom 2 and requires subchannel reading.



That's great if you'll do that oc-freak because someone said in another forum that the 2410102b couldn't copy a certain
older protection like laserlock or securom.

regards,
BB



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RE: LTR-24102B performance with 5S07 firmware!!!! - 8/29/2001 12:44:20 PM   
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Here is the cloneCD read times:

Only tested read times from originals, not from backups!!!!!

Safedisc, game used is Dungeon Keeper 2, 4min 31sec.
http://home.c2i.net/dyrskog/ltr24102b/sd5s07.log

Safedisc 2, game used is Max Payne, 5min 17sec.
http://home.c2i.net/dyrskog/ltr24102b/sd25s07.log

Laserlock, game used is Settlers 3 disc 1, 14min 1sec.
http://home.c2i.net/dyrskog/ltr24102b/ll5s07.log

laserlock 2, game used is Desperados, 6min 30sec.
http://home.c2i.net/dyrskog/ltr24102b/ll25s07.log

Securom 2, game used is Diablo 2: LOD, 2min 20sec.
http://home.c2i.net/dyrskog/ltr24102b/sr25s07.log

Name some securom 1 games and I'll see if I've one of them and test that to.

Also wrote some of those Images and they all seems to work 100%

Yes, this drive supports 8X as the slowest recording speed. Tried setting it to 1X and 4X in CloneCD and it wrote the CD at 8X.........


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RE: LTR-24102B performance with 5S07 firmware!!!! - 8/29/2001 5:12:53 PM   
ferrari250gto

 

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OC-freak, that is some nice reading speed from the liteon, seemed a lot better than what it was with the initial firmware. Thanks for testing everything out.

btw, if it reads the securom2 original disc that fast, i would think that the reading time for securom1 wouldn't be that much different. But i guess we will get a confirmation soon on that.


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RE: LTR-24102B performance with 5S07 firmware!!!! - 8/29/2001 6:14:16 PM   
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I had a yammie 2100ez and just returned it and ordered the liteon 24102b and it kicks azz!!! And it's so much quieter...it doesn't sound like an airplane taking off :)!!

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RE: LTR-24102B performance with 5S07 firmware!!!! - 8/30/2001 12:47:50 AM   
YukonXL

 

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OC-Freak

What was your setting for cloneCD for Max Payne.

I have the original and wanted to make a backup and updated my LiteON 24x to the new firmware and write now it has been 23 minutes and it's still reading the disc. It has A LOT more failed to read sectors. Right now it's on 355780 and counting. It stopped where you log stopped at 10038 then started up again at 300000+. Also when I fast error skip it says that the Liteon doesn't support software or none, and it automatical set to Hardware. I'm also using the same ver of clonecd. Thanks.


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RE: LTR-24102B performance with 5S07 firmware!!!! - 8/30/2001 2:42:22 AM   
OC-Freak


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Funny, someone over at the Clone Clinic forum also had this problem......

I used only fast error skip (set to hardware error correction) when reading. The read errors should stop at around 10000.


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