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No, if you get a PCI-e add-on card, you will see a marked difference.. ON USB 2.0, I get about around 5~10Mbps.. On USB 3.0 I get around 40Mbps~70Mbps.. I backed up my NAS drive through a PC, the NAS drive runs on Gigabit LAN, using a USB3.0 drive and the speed averaged around 28Mbps which was pretty good.. Took 3.5 hours to do around 400Gb of data - The Gigabit network was the bottle neck, but it still did it.. Also used a program (free) called terracopy, it doesn't stop if there is a file issue like the M$ one does...gate4exec wrote:Thanks for the replies.
Will a PCI-E add on card improve performance beyond USB 2.0?
In other words, will I gain any transfer speed by using a PCI-E add on card or will I be capped at the USB 2.0 transfer speed regardless of adding a "add-on" card?
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