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Windows 7: USB 3.0 finally arrives.

12 Jan 2010   #11
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That's what is being seen now for comparisons as far as USB 3.0 is concerned or reviews on new premade pcs or boards having both without any benchmark comparisons between the two.

One review seen on a new Seagate Sata 3.0 external drive knocked that down pretty bad stating it saw some short bursts over the Sata II version with no real improvement while USB 3.0 surpassed everything.
USB 3.0 and SATA 6G put to good use: benchmarks -- Engadget

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 USB 3.0 finally arrives.

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