froky

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  1. Let me rephrase then, or repost what I said: "Superspeed" or not, 190 or 300 MByte/s seems still behind the typical SSD speeds. Now, SuperSpeed is for speeds up to 650MB/s. SSDs apparently can get close to to that max speed. they sure seem to go over my 370 requirement. http://www.overclockers.com/inateck-ua1001-usb-3-0-to-sata-adapter-review/ USB sticks don't. I don't know what the case was in 2013. We can call both of them SuperSpeed and to be correct they are and I was wrong to word it that way, but that's not important here, what is important is I need 370 Mbyte read speed, like I've said already, and USB sticks can't get there yet it seems. I meant SSD, not hard drive, it was a typo. In summary, some people claim SSDs can do the speeds I need, without an adapter though. Testing my own notebook's SSD I get about 500 MB/s sequential read speed. I've also found out that this likely doesn't change over the lifespan of the SSD ,unlike HDD. As much as I would love to go with USB sticks which are mor familiar to users, even though they are technically SuperSpeed, I can't find one which could do the 370 MB/s minimum read speed. I guess the only question left now is, unless someone has a different info on the above, what about when connecting the SSD via a USB adapter?
  2. From what you said they haven't given false information actually. "Superspeed" or not, 190 or 300 MByte/s seems still behind the typical SSD speeds.
  3. I've been told that USB memory sticks aren't there yet and can't really do SuperSpeed and reach the speeds of SSDs connected via USB3 ports. Maybe I have been given false info? I'd be glad to be proven wrong, means I could decrease the size of the memory device for the user and have him use a familiar piece of hardware for his work.
  4. Have you tried a SSD over a USB3.0 port, or a USB3.0 memory stick? The latter doesn't support the 5 Gbit/s (625 MB/s) of the USB3.0 yet, only hard drives connected via the USB3.0 port can, as far as I know.
  5. I have a project where I need to allow a user to connect an SSD (UASP) to a device (which has an embedded Mini ITX PC) and stream data (uncompressed video) at 370 MByte/second read speed. I need to allow the user to connect the SSD to his own PC and create any (uncompressed video) content he wants and send it from his PC to the SSD, which he will later connect to the custom device for streaming his content. In other words, files are going to be saved and deleted from the SSD by the user, however the read speed must remain the same and not go below 370 MByte/s for the device to be able to stream the files. Is this possible? Leaving any damage or wear from old SSD aside.