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    Registered User SomeFkinGuy's Avatar
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    anyone have any problem with these lately. i bought a 25 pack 8x dvd-r i have used them in past and worked great but i used two of them but holy hell man the game is all choopy and slow. anyone else have the same problem? i burn dvds at lowest speed too.

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    the last couple of packs that i bought had lot's of frisbees,
    Some areas on the discs where unwriteable.
    They were never really all that good quality anyway.(just good for PS2 games)
    So I stopped buying them.

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    My 100 pack of Ritek GO5's worked flawlessly, I have PS2 backups over a year old that work as great as the original to this day. If they are indeed genuine GO5's then their quality in every aspect.

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    I've noticed the same issue with the ones I just bought from Office Depot, they're G05 8x, and the slowest you can burn them is at 4x. I've never burned games past 2x, and I notice choppy movies and gameplay using these disk, I'm just going to stick with Verbatim from now on.

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    I`ve used Ritek G04`s dvd-r and haven`t had a coaster yet,keep in mind some dvd writers do not work as good with certain brands of dvd they might burn alright but not work that good or might stop on a buffer underburn,and sometimes if your files on your pc`s hdd are fragmented and this can lead to disc not being burnt properly or a coaster.

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    I prefer Riteks and have no problems when using them as well, so i guess its just a situational problem.

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    I bought a pack of 25 DVD-R Maxell for 10 dollars at Fry's and they were riteck go5 dyes.

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    I just bought 50 Datawrite Blue Ritek G05 8x's and my PS2 doesn't like them one bit.

    Datawrite Yellow V2 GO4's were the best disks I ever found for my PS2 (V3 PAL launch model) but I cant find them anywhere anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dreday78
    I've noticed the same issue with the ones I just bought from Office Depot, they're G05 8x, and the slowest you can burn them is at 4x. I've never burned games past 2x, and I notice choppy movies and gameplay using these disk, I'm just going to stick with Verbatim from now on.
    Actually you can burn them slower then 4x. I just burned Metal Gear Solid 3 onto a Ritek RiData 8x GO5 at 2.1x and the burn performs exactly as well as the original. Maybe its your dvd writer/firmware/burning prog... the problem isnt the disks

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    Yeah, I have always used Riteks, and they work great. Make sure your using Ridata, and not any rip off ****, because there are some fakes out there. Order from meritline.com, they are always real deal

 

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