Millenniata’s MDISC review.
LG GH22NS90 tests
The next drive in this review of the MDISC is a drive that I have reviewed in the past, and you can read the full review here. Back then I didn’t have the option of testing the MDISC burning capabilities of the drive, so now that the opportunity is available I decided to take it and put the 22x internal drive that is based on a MEDIATEK chipset through its paces. It will also burn an MDISC at a max speed of 4x. So let’s see how the drive will perform.
For this test I made a copy of a DVD-Video disc and used IMGBurn to burn it. This way I am able to test not only the burn quality of the drive and the disc, but also the compatibility of the MDISC on various stand alone DVD players. As we can see it took 14 minutes and 10 seconds to finish the task.
The Optiarc again had no issues reading the burnt disc, and gave us a perfect TRT.
The Liteon drive wasn’t able to finish the disc quality scan as the drive simply stopped responding after 95% of the disc quality test, however the BENQ didn’t have any issues and it was able to finish the task, giving us a workable result.
As I said before, with this disc I was able to test the compatibility of the MDISC with DVD Players, and even with the problematic scan the disc was perfectly readable on my LG DVD player, and also an LG standalone DVD-Recorder.