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Speed of common technologies (for reference)
« on: August 15, 2014, 03:57:17 PM »
USB1.1        1.5MB/s
ISA 8-bit      2.39 MB/s
SCSI (aka SCSI-1)   5 Mbps   n/a
ISA 16-Bit      8.33 MB/s
SCSI-2   5 Mbps   10 MBps
100BASE-T         12.5 mb/s
SCSI-2, Fast SCSI   10 MBps   20 MBps
ATA-33: 33MB/s *** (powermac g3/g4 yikes disk interface)
EISA 32bit          33.32 MB/s
NuBus 10 MHz   40 MB/s
SCSI-3, Ultra SCSI   20 MBps   40 MBps
FW400      50 MB/s *** (real world: 33 MB/s)
USB2.0 60 MB/s  *** (real world: 25MB/s)
ATA-66 : 66MB/s *** (most powermac g4 disk interface)
32bit CardBus 1   66.66 MB/s
NuBus90 20 MHz   80 MB/s
SCSI-4, Ultra2 SCSI   40 MBps   80 MBps
FW800 80 MB/s ***  (real world: 45MB/s)
ATA-100: 100MB/s ***
gigabit ethernet   125 MB/s
32bit CardBus 2   133.33 MB/s
PCI 32bit/33MHz   133.33 MB/s  (most short pci cards)
ATA-133: 133MB/s ***
SATA150 150MB/s *** (real world burst:115MB/sec ... sustained: 58 MB/sec )
SCSI Ultra3 SCSI 160MB/s
PCI 32bit/66MHz   266.7 MB/s
PCI 64bit/33MHz   266.7 MB/s (most mac pci slots)
AGP 1×           266.7 MB/s
SATA300 (sata2) 300 MB/s ***
SCSI Ultra-320 SCSI 320 MB/s
SCSI SAS 375 MB/s
AGP 2×           533.3 MB/s (sawtooth/gigabit)
PCI-X 66    66 MHz    533 MB/s
SATA600 (sata3) 600 MB/s ***
USB3.0 600 MB/s ***
SCSI Ultra-640 640 MB/s
PCI 64bit/100MHz   800 MB/s
AGP 4×            1.067 GB/s (digital Audio / Quicksilver  / MDD)
PCI-X 133       1.067 GB/s
thunderbolt 1.250 GB/s ***
PCIE 1.0 (×8)     2 GB/s
PCIE 2.0 (×4)     2 GB/s
AGP 8x      2.133 GB/s
PCI-X 266 2.13 GB/s
PCIE 1.0 (×16)    4 GB/s
PCIE 2.0 (×8)     4 GB/s
PCI-X 533 4.26 GB/s
PCIE 2.0 (×16)    8 GB/s
PCIE 3.0 (×16)    15.75 GB/s



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usb 3.0 vs usb 3.1
« Reply #1 on: February 07, 2017, 05:12:54 AM »
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USB 2.0 was only capable of a theoretical maximum data transfer rate of 480 megabits per second, while USB 3.0 was capable of 5 gigabits per second, or over 10 times faster. ... The data transfer speed of USB 3.1 is incredible – 10Gbps. This rivals the speed of Ethernet and the original Thunderbolt.Dec 1, 2015