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We all know how fast USB 2.0 is comparing to the USB 1.0, but now since USB 3.0 has been released we’re expecting to see the end of USB 2.0 within the very near future.


USB 3.0 is ten times faster than USB 2.0 but unfortunately USB 3.0 is not a standard yet so before we can make the most of it we will have to wait until it becomes a standard.

We are already seeing all sorts of devices that are USB 3.0 compatible such as external hard drives, therefore if we want to make the most out of these devices we’ll have to find alternative way to use them. Many motherboards on the market still don’t have USB 3.0 support but that’s not a problem since many USB 3.0 cards are available. All that you need in order to use one of these USB 3.0 devices is USB 3.0 card and a empty PCI-E slot.

We have seen USB 3.0 cards before and this time we’ve got a USB 3.0 card from Asus. Asus U356 uses two SATA 6 Gb/s ports along with two USB 3.0 ports. Interesting thing is that this device is compatible with x4, x8 and x16 PCI-E slots.

Asus U356 is an interesting card but if you want to use SATA ports make sure that your motherboard is on the Asus’s supported list.

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