Is the 34,667 input, output latency or the sum and at what samplerate?
The Centrance tool measures extra latency introduced by for instance the AD/DA and safety buffers.
This latency isn’t reported by the driver to Cubase. The difference you measured isn’t shocking though and marginal for recording on time (+/- 2,5 ms?).
This is not as it should be. It looks like there’s something going on between Cubase and your card’s ASIO driver’s reported latency. It looks like Cubase’s automatic delay compensation isn’t kicking in.
I don’t know anything about this card, so this is a long shot, but you use the latest driver for your card? Alternatively you could try to test with ASIO4ALL, to see if it’s a driver problem.
Another thing you could try is to see if results are different when "Adjust for Record Latency is ticked/un-ticked in the Cubase’s Audio System device panel (Although for me it doesn’t make any difference)
These lower figures could show Cubase IS compensating for the VST, but isn’t compensating for the latency introduced by the ASIO buffer size
This could be caused by a VST with for instance a look ahead function or linear phase function. These functions often tend to introduce a lot of latency.
For these kind of things you can use Constrain Delay Compensation with a low threshold, when recording.
This disables the VST’s exceeding the threshold.