Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD9 NEC USB 3.0 Driver
Download Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD9 NEC USB Driver Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD9 USB Driver Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD9 Drivers GA-X58A-UD9 NEC. Free Download Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD9 NEC USB Driver (Other Drivers & Tools) North Bridge: Intel X58 Express Chipset 2. Gigabyte does USB3 and SATA3 right on the series. A long look at the X58 Extreme 2 and GA-PUD6. Dec 2 NEC USB3 controller.
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Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD9 NEC USB 3.0 Driver
X58 Extreme II board Note: This is a prototype, there will be detail differences on the final one Update: IN both cases, the A stands for acceleration. The reason for this is said to be that Lotes Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD9 NEC USB 3.0 not passed Intel certification. I wonder what that means for the other companies that are using it now?
Gigabyte has been designing boards that overclock to the moon lately, and this is another in that long line. It has only two memory channels, but there are three slots per channel, a nice touch.
Like its bigger X58 brother, it also has phase power. Before you wonder what all the fuss is about with these two boards, the devil is in the details. There are two more eSATA Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD9 NEC USB 3.0 on the back plate, not a bad start. Both boards use a Marvell controller, and that is where the Gigabyte boards starts stepping out from the pack.
Gigabyte does USB3 and SATA3 right on the series - SemiAccurate
For the technically averse, that means you have a 5Gbps link to drive a controller that can support four channels of 6Gbps each. How many times does 24 fit into five again? If you are wondering why some of the early SATA3 benchmarks underwhelmed, this could be the reason. The Marvell controller on these boards has dedicated hardware for RAID0, so you can stripe Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD9 NEC USB 3.0 with impunity.
Gigabyte claims 12Gbps throughput for the controller, which is not fast enough to saturate all the ports at once, but it is notably faster than any four mechanical drives can put out.
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This should be more than enough for most users, since mechanical drives are unlikely to catch up to this level of throughput for a long time to come. Back ports, including just about everything Moving on to USB3, things get more interesting. You can see the back panel has 10 USB ports in four different colors.
USB is where the new boards shine, and the colors are part of that. Each color denotes a different function, but they all share a couple of very unique features. The black ones are USB2.
Not much to say here — you know it, you use it, and well, it works. To the right of that are two blue ports, and those are USB3. This is Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD9 NEC USB 3.0 the fun begins. From what we have been hearing, there is a lot of tuning to do with this chip. Being the first real USB3 controller on the market, it takes a bit more than the normal plug and go, and from the sound of things Gigabyte did sweat those details.
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It will be really interesting to see how much throughput the various first generation controllers and motherboards have. There will be a few obvious winners and losers.
The yellow ones are just pretty. They are no different from the normal black ports, but are brighter to match the yellow of the eSATA and Firewire ports. Power plugs near Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD9 NEC USB 3.0 eSATA ports make a lot of sense. If you look closely at those ports above, you will notice that they are not quite eSATA, but slightly different.
Gigabyte provides a breakout cable, so you can plug it all into one port, but it can also be used as a plain vanilla eSATA port if you want. This is a lot more useful than most people realize.
Gigabyte does USB3 and SATA3 right on the 333 series
Until they need it. USB power is where Gigabyte first steps out from the pack, and it steps way out.
This is good, but not good enough to power a RPM 2. Even then, not all boards and laptops adhere to the spec as strictly as they should, some companies are notorious for not putting out the juice. If you need to power that RPM drive, no problem — one port, and it works.