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Old 31-10-09, 08:53 AM
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ASUS first to show off a combined USB3/6Gb SATA card

ASUS' new U3S6 Card has been spottted, offering both the new high speed interfaces in one unit

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Old 31-10-09, 10:01 AM
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Sneaky peaky - we have one of these in at the moment review due very shortly
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Old 31-10-09, 10:58 AM
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30... quid? O.o

Now just need a drive that makes proper use of that bandwidth
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Wonder if a fast ssd would run better with the extra bandwidth overheads
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Old 31-10-09, 11:09 AM
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Wonder if a fast ssd would run better with the extra bandwidth overheads
It should do, I'm sure I read an article that tested it, can't find it now though.
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Old 31-10-09, 11:16 AM
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Wish it would support SAS. I've got two 15000RPM SAS 6G hard disks sitting here
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/raids Jims house
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/raids Jims house
/RAID's jim's SAS drives
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*cough cough* Review is live HERE
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Wish it would support SAS. I've got two 15000RPM SAS 6G hard disks sitting here
bah, I only got 4x 10k2 146g sas drives.
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