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Old April 23rd 10, 05:43 PM posted to alt.comp.hardware,alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt
dewey edwards
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Hi,

I,m planning on a new build early next month. I see boards that
support the above.

But, I haven.t seen hardware for it to justify it.

i've looked at newegg but found no parts for which use either SATA3 or
USB3.

Are there any?
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Old April 23rd 10, 06:33 PM posted to alt.comp.hardware,alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt
Paul
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Dewey Edwards wrote:
Hi,

I,m planning on a new build early next month. I see boards that
support the above.

But, I haven.t seen hardware for it to justify it.

i've looked at newegg but found no parts for which use either SATA3 or
USB3.

Are there any?


A couple 355MB/sec SSD drives using SATA III. Always read the reviews, to
see if they're really worth having. SSDs in general, have a pretty bad
track record, in terms of consistent performance under all circumstances.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...&name=SATA+III

There are USB3 hard drive enclosures, but I wouldn't say
the example here was earth shaking. The USB3 enclosure
chip does have the advantage of passing the 30MB/sec mark
of USB2. But the burst transfer rate doesn't suggest the
plumbing on this one is "fully open". It may take time,
before that will happen. I suspect you might see higher
numbers from existing ESATA enclosures. The only advantage
a USB3 2.5" enclosure would have, is being able to bus
power the hard drive inside.

http://www.ocmodshop.com/ocmodshop.aspx?a=1752

Paul
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Old April 23rd 10, 11:52 PM posted to alt.comp.hardware,alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt
Grinder
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On 4/23/2010 11:43 AM, Dewey Edwards wrote:
Hi,

I,m planning on a new build early next month. I see boards that
support the above.

But, I haven.t seen hardware for it to justify it.

i've looked at newegg but found no parts for which use either SATA3 or
USB3.

Are there any?


I see several at NewEgg. I just went to Intel Desktop motherboards, and
selected for SATA 6Gb/s under the Advanced search. The cheapest board,
from Gigabyte also has 2 x USB 3.0:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813128412

It looks like a lot of those boards use the P55 chipset, and have 2 x
SATA3 ports + 2 x USB3 ports.
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Old April 23rd 10, 11:53 PM posted to alt.comp.hardware,alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt
Grinder
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Default Motherboard with SATA3 and USB3

On 4/23/2010 11:43 AM, Dewey Edwards wrote:
Hi,

I,m planning on a new build early next month. I see boards that
support the above.

But, I haven.t seen hardware for it to justify it.

i've looked at newegg but found no parts for which use either SATA3 or
USB3.

Are there any?


Sorry, totally missed the point of your question. Maybe more beer will
help.

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Old April 24th 10, 12:29 AM posted to alt.comp.hardware,alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt
peter
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There is very few at the present time but how long will you keep your
new mobo.........
I too am in the market for a new mobo and am waiting to see some with
more SATA3 connectors than the 2 currently offered as well as more
USB3 connectors. I guess it will take a little while for them to come out
as more and more SATA3 HD and USB3 peripherals become available.
At the present time I am not interested in an SSD drive ..costs too much..
too many
variables are at work to make reliable..
peter

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"Dewey Edwards" wrote in message
...
Hi,

I,m planning on a new build early next month. I see boards that
support the above.

But, I haven.t seen hardware for it to justify it.

i've looked at newegg but found no parts for which use either SATA3 or
USB3.

Are there any?


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Old April 24th 10, 05:01 AM posted to alt.comp.hardware,alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt
dewey edwards
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On Fri, 23 Apr 2010 13:33:02 -0400, Paul wrote:

Dewey Edwards wrote:
Hi,

I,m planning on a new build early next month. I see boards that
support the above.

But, I haven.t seen hardware for it to justify it.

i've looked at newegg but found no parts for which use either SATA3 or
USB3.

Are there any?


A couple 355MB/sec SSD drives using SATA III. Always read the reviews, to
see if they're really worth having. SSDs in general, have a pretty bad
track record, in terms of consistent performance under all circumstances.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...&name=SATA+III

There are USB3 hard drive enclosures, but I wouldn't say
the example here was earth shaking. The USB3 enclosure
chip does have the advantage of passing the 30MB/sec mark
of USB2. But the burst transfer rate doesn't suggest the
plumbing on this one is "fully open". It may take time,
before that will happen. I suspect you might see higher
numbers from existing ESATA enclosures. The only advantage
a USB3 2.5" enclosure would have, is being able to bus
power the hard drive inside.

http://www.ocmodshop.com/ocmodshop.aspx?a=1752

Paul


Thank you Paul.

I am thinking about an ASUS Premium X58 board (I like the fact that
the SATA connections will NOT be under a single video card). And I
want to overclock.

As Peter says below, SSD's are hard to justify the current cost. Me
thinks I'll just get the board and get an SSD when they become more
affordable.
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Old April 24th 10, 07:48 AM posted to alt.comp.hardware,alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt
dewey edwards
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On Fri, 23 Apr 2010 17:29:37 -0600, "peter" wrote:

There is very few at the present time but how long will you keep your
new mobo.........


At least five years..

I too am in the market for a new mobo and am waiting to see some with
more SATA3 connectors than the 2 currently offered as well as more
USB3 connectors. I guess it will take a little while for them to come out
as more and more SATA3 HD and USB3 peripherals become available.
At the present time I am not interested in an SSD drive ..costs too much..
too many
variables are at work to make reliable..


Tend to agree about current SSD prices. But I need a new system. I
will live with the "2X2" limitations of current mobos. My original
question was what is out there for such a mobo. Shoot, I don't mind
upgrading a peripheral or two when the upgrade makes sense.

]
Thank you Peter for your response.

peter


"Dewey Edwards" wrote in message
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Hi,

I,m planning on a new build early next month. I see boards that
support the above.

But, I haven.t seen hardware for it to justify it.

i've looked at newegg but found no parts for which use either SATA3 or
USB3.

Are there any?


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Old April 24th 10, 01:00 PM posted to alt.comp.hardware,alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt
darklight
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out of curiosity whats wrong with what you have already got
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Old April 24th 10, 03:39 PM posted to alt.comp.hardware,alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt
Mark F[_2_]
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On Fri, 23 Apr 2010 12:43:04 -0400, Dewey Edwards
wrote:

Hi,

I,m planning on a new build early next month. I see boards that
support the above.

But, I haven.t seen hardware for it to justify it.

Seagate and Western Digital (as well as others) have external disk
drives using USB3 and running at about 90MB/second.

SATA III is can be used with various SSDs, but also with some spinning
disks, such as Western Digital VelociRaptor HLHX models
http://www.wdc.com/wdproducts/librar...879-701284.pdf

SATA III would also be useful for use with a port multiplier, but I
couldn't find a SATA III port multiplier.

I'd hold out for PCI 3 also, but you made need PCI 2 on some slots
since PCI 3.0 doesn't support 5-volt power per
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Periphe...t_Interconnect



i've looked at newegg but found no parts for which use either SATA3 or
USB3.

Are there any?

Others have given links for boards supporting USB3 and SATA3. I
haven't checked for PCI 3 support.
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Old April 24th 10, 05:49 PM posted to alt.comp.hardware,alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt
dewey edwards
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On Sat, 24 Apr 2010 10:39:57 -0400, Mark F
wrote:

On Fri, 23 Apr 2010 12:43:04 -0400, Dewey Edwards
wrote:

Hi,

I,m planning on a new build early next month. I see boards that
support the above.

But, I haven.t seen hardware for it to justify it.

Seagate and Western Digital (as well as others) have external disk
drives using USB3 and running at about 90MB/second.

SATA III is can be used with various SSDs, but also with some spinning
disks, such as Western Digital VelociRaptor HLHX models
http://www.wdc.com/wdproducts/librar...879-701284.pdf

SATA III would also be useful for use with a port multiplier, but I
couldn't find a SATA III port multiplier.

I'd hold out for PCI 3 also, but you made need PCI 2 on some slots
since PCI 3.0 doesn't support 5-volt power per
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Periphe...t_Interconnect

Food for thought. Thanks.

 




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