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Old 23 October 2009, 10:00   #3
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Most PC's have neither PCI or PCI-X these days. Everything is PCIe

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all the old and latest os on available via flashable ic chips.
Why not just use an SSD?

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If usb3 proven reliable why not ? If the usb3 device was to be sub par to a pc device in terms of features and speed.
I have USB3 SuperSpeed in my PC here and strangely enough I am designing a SuperSpeed device. Getting good transfer speeds from it, close to 300MiB/s better than 1 lane PCIe 1.0

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Ok initial design and production costs would be high. Like with any new concept to launch.
We'll spend ~$10M designing our USB3 SuperSpeed device.

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