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    UDMA 33 vs. UDMA 66 drives...

    This question is for the Pioneer 16x DVD ROM drive.

    It appears that there are two versions of this drive, DVD-116 and DVD-115. Pioneer only advertises the DVD-116 but resellers have listed both drives. According to a store, the DVD-115 is UDMA 33 and has a transfer rate of 33MBps. The same store claims that the DVD-116 is UDMA 66 but it's transfer rate is also 33MBps.

    Is there a speed difference between:
    DVD-116 UDMA 66 @ 33MBps
    DVD-115 UDMA 33 @ 33MBps

    The DVD-116 is more expensive.

    Check the specs of the drives here:

    DVD-115 http://www.goroyalpc.com/DVD/550.htm
    DVD-116 http://www.goroyalpc.com/DVD/747.htm

    Thanks,
    -Anthrax
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    I think you may find it's totally irrelevent. The transfer rate of a DVD is no where near the rate of UDMA 66 so either will probably yield the same results.

    Cheers...
    I'd rather be GLIDING

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    udma 66 means transfer rate of 66mb p/s.
    its not possible to meet that standard, but only be able to transfer at 33mb p/s (it should also be able to transfer at 66). (ultra direct memory access at 66mega bytes per second)

    -in your links, it looks like a typo...
    the sustained transfer rate is 21.6 mb p/s anyway....so it wont matter much...
    don't make me send you to /dev/null!

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