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Windows 7: Future of SpeedBoost

01 Feb 2009   #1
JerzeyLegend

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Future of SpeedBoost

I was thinking about something.

USB 3.0 will have two separate wires for upload and download. Which is the reason it is so incredibly fast.

I wonder what kind of wonder this may do for Windows SpeedBoost. Intel says you can transfer a 27GB file in 70 seconds. Man, that's fast read/write.

I wonder if using a USB flash drive as RAM will be better than actual internal RAM chips.


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01 Feb 2009   #2
scaramonga

 
 

USB 3 is gonna 'rock', I personally cant wait for its launch
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