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Tuesday, February 19, 2002
Sanyo CRD-BP900P CD-RW

3. Data Tests (Pressed CDs)

Sanyo CRD-BP900P IDE CDR-W - Page 3

Data Tests (Pressed CDs)

Test Method

- CD WinBench 99 v1.1. This was used to compare the Sanyo CRD-BP900P IDE CDR-W drive with various others CDR-W drives (see charts).
- CD Speed 99 v0.66 was also used to check the drive performance with pressed CDs. For that test we used WinBench 99 v1.1 and PlexTools v1.04 original CDs.

- CD WinBench 99 v1.1 results

CD-Rom WInMark 99

CD Rom Access Time

CPU Utilization

 

CDRom Tranfer Rate

- CD Speed 99 v0.66 results:

WinBench 99 v1.1  results with CD Speed 99 v0.66

PlexTools v1.04 results with CD Speed 99 v0.66

Verdict of data (pressedCDs) tests

The Sanyo CRD-BP900P IDE CDR-W drive performed slightly better than the SCSI model when reading the pressed CDs. It's average reading speed using WinBench 99 v1.1 was 24.13x and with PlexTools v1.04, a slightly higher 24.18x.

In the WinBench 99 test, the Sanyo CRD-BP900P got the worst overall WinMark value even though it had the highest transfer rate speed. It reached a transfer rate of 4.6mb/s and 2.39mb/s on the outside and inside of the disc, which are better than the SCSI model. It has a seek time of 144ms which again is better than the SCSI model. The CPU usage is also low (4.56%) since it is UDMA compatible. Overall the IDE model seems to win SCSI one in pressed CDs benchmarks.




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