|08 Jan 2011||#3|
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It is the controler chip that the mb makers are using ( they all use the same chip). The chips only support 2 devices. I could be because of driver limitations but I am think that it is a bandwidth limitation of the controler chips. Once there is a intigrated controler in say a amd bridge then the amount of ports will go up. I do not think you can buy a mb with more then 2 usb 3.0 ports. I have seen one with a usb 3.0 internal header and a coputer case that has a built in port (corsair I think).
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