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If I add USB 3.0 and eSATA to my laptop with an ExpressCard and connect an SSD to eSATA and another external hard to the USB 3.0 port will this speed up my laptop if now I am using an internal HDD and a USB 2.0 port? I want to increase my laptop speed!

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This really depends on a number of factors regarding your existing system, the new SSD/HDD, your usage patterns, etc. It's not possible to give a concrete "Your system will be X % faster". – GalacticCowboy Mar 7 '13 at 16:59

USB 3.0 will not speed up your laptop, only the connection to the external hard drive. If you want to speed up your laptop, look more at graphic settings (AMD or Intel), updating drivers and windows.

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No i mean now i using HDD, if i use expresscard and add usb3.0 + esata to my laptop, and with that esata use SSD just for windows and use external hard with usb3.0 or my data. – Salma Mar 7 '13 at 16:42

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