А визуально кабели отличаются?I noticed considerably better (780MB/s to 980MB/sec) write performance on my test drive (Jmicron) after I swapped from the included A-C cable to the A-C cable that came with my Samsung t5. This was on an asmedia 3142 chipset A connector. Stable and no disconnect.
That is version 1.0.1.
there is no version@apoelistasaudi
I didn't apply the thermal pads but I pulled out the adapter from the enclosure. I'm testing it so on a desktop system without any particular power setting. The configuration is the same for all my benchmarks.
With the Ugreen USB 3.1 Gen2 enclosure mod. CM238 (ASM2362 chip) the benchmarking results have never been as low as those I sometimes get for the Orico TCM2-C3. I still haven't been able to figure out if it could depend on the adapter or on some USB3.1 gen.2 port of my asus Q370 motherboard that sometimes goes wrong.
Below the results with the ASM2362.
What about the Hardware ID "USB\VID_152D&PID_0583&REV_2101"? Is it an older version of the 0.2.0.8?
That article says ".. could handle full-speed USB 3.2 Gen 2 10 Gbps. It supports USB 3.2 Gen 2 on the USB side and PCI-Express x2 3.0 for attached devices."Techpowerup has a review of a new Icydock enclosure that is using hardware revision A2 of the JMS583 controller.
No, that’s just the poor naming confusing things.That article says ".. could handle full-speed USB 3.2 Gen 2 10 Gbps. It supports USB 3.2 Gen 2 on the USB side and PCI-Express x2 3.0 for attached devices."
I am sure that USB 3.2 Gen 2 is X2 the performance of USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10Gbps) so that should be capable of 20Gbps.
In that case makes sense to me that two JMS583 controllers exist for dual lane operation.
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