Other interfaces have challenged USB 2.0 over the years but none have been successful in dethroning it. It appears the only true successor to USB 2.0 is a revision of itself aptly called USB 3.0, dubbed ďSuperSpeed.Ē USB 3.0 supports theoretical transfer rates of up to 5 Gbit/s.
A majority of current USB 3.0 devices are all external hard drive enclosures which is what we'll be looking at today in the form of StarTechís 3.5Ē SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Hard Drive Enclosure. If your motherboard doesnít support USB 3.0, which is likely the case unless your computer is relatively new, StarTech also offers the 2-Port PCI Express USB 3.0 Card which utilizes a spare PCI Express slot.
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