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    Epah não façam drama, quem quiser USB 3.0 compra uma placa PCIe com 2-3-4-6 wtv portas por 10 tostões e problema resolvido, será desta que vou dar uso aos pci que nunca usei? Assunto completamente arrumado, não faltava mais nada trocar de board por causa disso, e sim o USB 3.0 é retrocompativel com USB 2.0, cumps.
    A placa pci-e é muito bonita, mas dá para ligar ás portas frontais?

    E se metermos um aparelho usb 3.0 nas portas frontais das nossas caixas actuais, ele só vai funcionar á velocidade da usb 2.0?

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    USB 3.0-equipped PCs due before end of the year

    Following the delivery of final specifications and first host controller samples, it appears that the SuperSpeed Universal Serial Bus standard, better known as USB 3.0, is about ready for a commercial rollout. According to a Nikkei report, Taiwanese PC vendors will be among the first to release computers equipped with the next-gen interface, which promises up to 5Gbps transfer speeds, or roughly ten times the speed of USB 2.0.

    Citing rapid development in integrated circuits and the shipment of compliant controllers to PC manufacturers, the website claims the first USB 3.0-compatible PCs could appear by the end of the year, with 2010 seeing the start of a mass rollout. External storage is the likely first application of this technology. Unfortunately, USB 3.0 devices are not expected to reach its full potential at launch, with speeds probably reaching only 1.2Gbps initially. This is expected to improve as the standard matures though, as it was the case with its predecessor, paving the way for stuff like HD video streaming or backing up gigabytes of data in mere seconds.


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    Quote Post Original de AmdM Ver Post
    A placa pci-e é muito bonita, mas dá para ligar ás portas frontais?

    E se metermos um aparelho usb 3.0 nas portas frontais das nossas caixas actuais, ele só vai funcionar á velocidade da usb 2.0?
    Sim, porque o conector é USB 2.0 é diferente do 3.0 , só se trocares a porta por uma USB 3.0 é que vais poder usar o 3.0


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    Sim, porque o conector é USB 2.0 é diferente do 3.0 , só se trocares a porta por uma USB 3.0 é que vais poder usar o 3.0

    Nem deve ser nada do outro mundo fazer essa alteração, mas na hora pensa-se nisso.

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    So oiço falar (leio) sobre pc makers e não sei que mais, mas e o pessoal que faz o resto do hardware que se liga por usb? há noticias? e a apple, sabem se está a bordo?

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    USB 3 chip will bring RAID to external drives

    Symwave, one of the first companies to design silicon for USB 3.0, is revealing more details about its SOC (system on a chip) using the high-speed standard at the Hot Chips conference on Monday. USB 3.0, which debuted last November, is designed to provide throughput as high as 5GBps, up from just 480MBps for USB 2.0. Symwave says its USB 3.0 SOC can be used in external storage devices that ship data as fast as 500MBps.

    Symwave is trying to tackle the same problem plaguing many consumers and enterprises as they use more high-definition multimedia content and have to save more data in general. Demand for storage capacity continues to rise, and backing up that data from a laptop or desktop to an external drive can take hours. USB 2.0, nearly ubiquitous on PCs and portable consumer electronics today, can be a barrier.


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    USB 3.0 certification begins, devices closer to debut

    Yesterday the new SuperSpeed USB standard, USB 3.0, took another step closer to becoming a reality for consumers as the USB Implementers Forum announced the availability of its compliance and certification program. Interested companies can register for testing on USB-IF's site. Those products that pass the tests will carry a SuperSpeed USB logo that promises interoperability with existing USB 2.0 products and the 3.0 improvements, naturally.

    Hardware featuring SuperSpeed USB should arrive towards the end of the year -- we already saw a USB 3.0-packing motherboard from Asus back in July but it reportedly got canceled shortly thereafter. Widespread adoption is still far off, however. According to estimates from research firm IDC, the new standard is expected to grab 30 percent of the USB market share by 2013.


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    MCCI showcases 270MB/s USB 3.0 system

    Intel Developer Forum - MCCI and Symwave are showcasing the world's "highest performing" USB 3.0 system at IDF 2009. The next-generation platform - powered by MCCI's optimized host software and Symwave's SuperSpeed SATA controller - is capable of achieving a blazingly fast transfer rate of 270MB per second.

    "This demonstration succesfully illustrates the maturity of SuperSpeed technology. With over 600 million devices deployed with MCCI USB software, [we] understand what can be achieved by combining best in class SoCs and software," MCCI CEO Terry Moore told TG Daily. "Even with the exceptional performance shown, this demonstration showcases the result of our initial collaboration and not the end product."
    Freecom intros first USB 3.0 storage drive

    Freecom has unveiled its external "Hard Drive XS 3.0," the first mainstream storage product to support SuperSpeed USB 3.0. Being equipped with the latest USB spec, Freecom's external drive doesn't disappoint, with approximate transfer rates of 130MB/s. "We now can transfer a 5GB movie in just 38 seconds -- it's unbelievably fast," said Axel Lucassen, managing director of the Dutch storage company.

    Lucassen went on to boast that in addition to being fast, the Hard Drive XS 3.0 will be the "safest storage solution on the market," as it features high-speed AES 256-bit hardware encryption. The drive will be fairly priced too, with a 1TB model running about 99 GBP (or $160). Unfortunately, that does not include the company's USB 3.0 controller card, which costs an additional 23 GBP for desktop systems, and 26 GBP for notebooks.

    The company will provide drivers for Windows XP and Vista, and Windows 7 should supposedly have native driver support -- Mac users are out of luck, though. Freecom's Hard Drive XS 3.0 will be available in Europe from mid-November in 1TB, 1.5TB and 2TB flavors.
    First USB 3.0 ExpressCard adaptor spotted

    IDF We're not expecting to see SuperSpeed USB devices shown off in significant numbers until next year, but a few have turned up at Intel Developer Forum. At the top of the list is Point Grey's 1080p HD webcam that uses the 5Gb/s USB 3.0 bus to stream the 60f/s picture data uncompressed. Of course, none of us have USB 3.0-compatible computers, and it may be some time before we get one. Can't wait? Then Fresco Logic also has an ExpressCard 34 add-in with a USB 3.0 port at the business end - and clearly room for a second one.

    NEC showed off its USB 3.0 host controller, a single-chip offering its was using to bridge an SSD's 3Gb/s Sata connection to USB 3.0. The hardware's not much to look at - and is just test kit, in any case - but the demo saw 500MB of data copy over in just over four seconds using USB 3.0 but almost 40 seconds with USB 2.0 - almost ten times as long.


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    Active Media Announces SuperSpeed USB 3.0 External SSDs

    Active Media Products, manufacturer of SSDs and innovative USB drives, today announced the Aviator 312 line of SuperSpeed USB 3.0 external SSDs. SuperSpeed USB 3.0 supports transfer speeds up to 4.8Gbits/sec -- ten times faster than USB 2.0. A312 SuperSpeed USB 3.0 external SSDs take advantage of USB 3.0's massive bandwidth, delivering unprecedented transfer speeds in an extremely compact mobile flash storage device.

    Measuring less than 3 inches long and only 0.2 inches thin, the A312 is smaller than a credit card and is designed to fit in a pocket. A312 SSDs can save a 25GB full-length HD movie in about two minutes. What used to take an hour to save will take only seconds with the A312 thanks to its scorching write speeds of up to 160MB/s and read speeds up to 240MB/s.

    Aviator 312 SSDs are designed for external use, and include a carrying pouch and a USB 3.0 Micro-B cable for connection to any USB port. The 312 is fully backward compatible; it works in any USB 2.0 or 1.1 port, but requires a SuperSpeed port to reach its full performance capabilities. Unlike many other high speed external storage devices, the A312 does not require a separate power source. It draws all the power it needs directly from the USB bus. The A312 will be offered in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB capacities. The Active Media Aviator 312 SSDs will ship in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB capacities for $89, $119 and $209, respectively.
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    A quick first look at USB 3.0 performance
    SuperSpeed comes to USB
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    USB 3.0 é compativel com USB 1 e 2?!

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    USB 3.0 é compativel com USB 1 e 2?!
    Essa é a ideia. Falta ver se na prática há algumas excepções.
    No entanto só se conseguirá velocidades de USB3 se todo o caminho dos dados for USB3.
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    Mais uma análise ao USB 3.0 com benchmarks: http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/200...8/first-look/1

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    Tenho aqui um conjunto de equipamentos da IcyBox USB3.0 e posso afirmar que é totalmente compatível com USB 1.0 e 2.0.

    O desempenho é impressionante. Finalmente estamos limitados (novamente) pelos discos usados.
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    Boas,
    Andei a ler sobre a novas boards P55 com sata3 e usb3 e existem alguns stress, isto porque o chip P55 não está devidamente preparado para albergar Sata 3 e usb3. Apesar de funcionar tem os seus inconvenientes.
    Deixo aqui um link que recomendo que leiam.

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