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Tuesday, February 19, 2002
TEAC 532E CD-ROM

2. Data Tests

Teac 532E-A IDE CD Rom - Page 2

Data Tests

Test Method:
I used CD Speed 99 v0.41b, SCSI Mechanic v2.1h (evaluation version) and SiSoft Sandra 99 v3.5.0 to run Data tests. I run all tests with DMA On & Off (even the CD Rom isn't support it). All test done with same CD on all Tests.

CD Speed  results :       (Speed : Bigger is better,  Seek Times : less is better, CPU Usage : less is better)

Speed (x)

Seek Time (ms)

CPU Usage (%)

Start

Average

End

Random

1/3

Full

1x

2x

4x

8x

DMA Off

14.03

20.49

20.95

86

97

161

4

8

17

34

DMA On

15.14

25.57

32.19

85

94

160

2

4

9

19

Teac 532E-A Data Graph (DMA On)

SiSoft Sandra 99  results:

Drive Index

Track Speed (ppm)

Buffered Read (mb/s)

Sequential Read (mb/s)

Random Read (kb/s)

Average Access Time (ms)

DMA Off

2307

11254

21

3.267

868

98

DMA On

3091

15925

128

4

966

96

Teac 532E-A SiSoft Sandra Data Graph (DMA On)

SCSI  Mechanic results:                                       (I/O throughput : Bigger is better)

Random I/O
throughput (kb/s)

Sequential I/O
throughput (kb/s)

Same Sector I/O
throughput (kb/s)

Min

Average

Max

Min

Average

Max

Min

Average

Max

DMA Off

731

846

1011

2676

3655

3986

1534

1598

1682

DMA On

462

814

992

2656

4456

5943

1308

1537

1592

Verdict of Data Tests:
All results say the same thing. Teac 532E-A performance is max when DMA option checked on (even the drive isn't support it). Not only it helps Data transfer rate but reduces to half CPU usage.The next question is..How good is the performance ? (comparing to other CD Roms..) Into past i had made an roundup between 3 drives (Teac 32x, Plextor 40x, Phillips 48x). If you go there you will check that Teac really performs quite good (in some cases outperformed 40x and 48x drives..). From Scsi Mechanic tests it reached the 5943kb/s top speed.




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