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Asus touts USB 3.0 adoption, claims 75% faster speeds

By Jos
Mar 25, 2010
  1. Even with Intel not expected to support the technology on its chipsets until at least 2011, USB 3.0 may still garner significant adoption this year -- and Asus wants to play a part in it. We've already seen USB 3.0 connectors show up on several or its higher-end motherboards, EeeBox nettops and digital media players. But the manufacturer not only prides itself on supporting the standard across multiple product lines, they claim their execution is better than the rest too.

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  2. tengeta

    tengeta TS Enthusiast Posts: 632

    It should take a while before someone can confirm that kind of speed increase, but I will admit that thing looks fantastic.
     
  3. EXCellR8

    EXCellR8 The Conservative Posts: 2,278

    hopefully there will be a revised P6T board available soon... still considering one of those for my next setup.
     
  4. faster speed? You mean higher speed...
     
  5. lulz......
     
  6. "A choice between true USB 3.0 operation OR sacrificing overall system performance?" (caps added)

    I think I'll pick USB 3.0 and keep my system performance, thanks.

    Maybe you'd like to rewrite that, Jose.
     
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