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Originally Posted by hitman012USB2 has a theoretical bandwidth of 480Mbps (60MB/s) - even in practise this is about 40MB/s, meaning that about 20% of the potential throughput is lost somewhere in the SATA-USB bridge controller.
Originally Posted by http://www.everythingusb.com/usb2/faq.htmUSB 2.0 has a raw data rate at 480Mbps, and it is rated 40 times faster than its predecessor interface, USB 1.1, which tops at 12Mbps. Originally, USB 2.0 was intended to go only as fast as 240Mbps, but in October 1999, USB 2.0 Promoter Group pumped up the speed to 480Mbps.
As far as we know, effective rate reaches at 40MBps or 320Mbps for bulk transfer on a USB 2.0 hard drive with no one else is sharing the bus.
Originally Posted by Whelan_999How does the can cooler work exactly?
Originally Posted by yahooadamIm sorry bit tech (some of todays topics are going to be a bit negative from me im afraid) but i dont know why your blaiming the adaptor for this speed
I mean - its limited by the USB speed, what did you expect, 35MB/s is about all USB can do ... what did you expect ...
You make the product sound bad, when its functioning as well as it can ....
Originally Posted by BindibadgiThat's what it's highlighting, for those who dont know and think USB2 should be "fast", it's still not as fast as an internal connection.
Originally Posted by loganA can cooler you say?
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