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I agree w/ davidgo. There are some new sd cards out that have transfer rates up to 225 Mb/s now. If you are using anything under 95Mb/s, your transfer speeds will be atrocious. If it's a high quality card, transfer speed [Maximum] will be stamped right on it, otherwise expect it to be slow. I use an sd card for my environment variables [tmp Temp virtual ...


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As long as you have the drive you listed (Which is USB 3.0) and a compatible cable (On mine, the port on the HDD is the wider 3.0 micro, in which a cord with the narrower 2.0 micro end could still be plugged into) you will get better speeds. Now if you get a 3.0 micro cord that has two USB type A at the other end (1 for power, and 1 for data), You would get ...


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After I upgraded to latest driver for motherboard 970A-DS3P from gigabyte site the issue was sorted. http://www.gigabyte.in/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4591#driver USB 3.0 VIA USB 3.0 Driver Version: V4.90A Release Date: 2015/03/18 Also, a new version of "Easy Tune6 (AMD)" utility is available.


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You may want to try a different cable or usb 3.0 device. A bad cable or bad connection could lead to a usb 3.0 compatible device falling back to usb 2.0 speeds. USB 3.0 requires more, higher quality wire pairs for communication. If the connections are not good or the cable is damaged it is possible a usb 2.0 signal could still pass even if a 3.0 signal could ...


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As USB 3.0 should be able to transfer around 400 MB/s [1], it should be faster to connect both drives to the USB3. You won't exceed 2x200 MB/s with the harddrives, I am quite sure. For even coming close to this, you would have to copy one very big file to the other harddrive. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USB#USB_3.0


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Ok, this took me quite some time to figure out, but finally... I have it. And for all those wondering... It WAS a problem with USB3! What did I do to transfer my data from one iMac to another? Hereby a hopefully step-by-step guide which worked for me. Attach a big usb harddrive to the old iMac. Boot in OSX (ALT at startup) Run Winclone and backup your ...



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