Nero DiscSpeed 5
- Burst Rate
Having a look at the burst rate between the two drives, we can again see the older iHAS322 puts out a number that equates to being roughly 50% faster than the iHES208 Blu-ray drive.
- Average Read Speed
While there might be a more noticeable difference between the burst of the two drives, when it comes to the average read speed you can see they are both almost identical.
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- Page 4 [Test System Setup and Nero Disc Speed]
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