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Wednesday, July 20, 2005
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4. Games Ripping Comparison Tests

Here we will be comparing the ripping capabilities for protected game discs with the eight comparison drives. To create the image of the various protected titles to the hard disk, we used Alcohol 120% software and the appropriate settings, according to the protection type of the inserted discs. Below you can see the transfer rate in each case. Note here that higher is better.
the protected games used for the review...

In the case of the Playstation protected game, the BenQ, NEC and Plextor drives reported very fast ripping.

Surprisingly enough, in this case, only the Samsung drive managed to rip the SafeDisc protected game at a high speed. As the graph indicates, this is a protection scheme is difficult to rip and not always without errors.

SecuROM ripping proved to be an easy task for all the drives, without any significant speed differences.

Game Title Protection Scheme
PSX "NBA Jam Extreme" Lybcrypt
Serious Sam The Second Encounter v1.07 SafeDisc v.2.60.052
VRally II SecuROM v.2




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