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Seagate Backup Plus Slim External USB 3.0 2TB Hard Drive Review

when shopping for a burner - when shopping for a burner
Tue, February 26 2002 | 8:23PM | PermaLink Feedback?
“The LIT-24102B is a 24x(Z-CLV) record, 10x (CLV) rewrite and 40x (CAV) read drive. So what does that all mean exactly? Well, the numbers speak for themselves, the drive can record up to 24x normal speed and it does this using the Z-CLV method. Z-CLV stands for Zone-Constant Linear Velocity which splits the sections of the disk you're recording to into parts. Each part or zone is burnt at a different speed to the next. So for instance the drive starts burning at 16x for the first zone (the one closest to the centre), next zone the speed increases to 20x, and finally 24x for the outermost part of the disk.”
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