For one, installation on a Mac Pro couldn’t be simpler. The drive spun up, the lights came on, but nothing else happened. The 2big even demonstrated a 16 percent increase over FireWire , but of course, having a RAID 0 setup makes a big difference. In other words, don’t go buy one of these expansion cards if you don’t also have a mind to buy LaCie HDDs; it may work with your other drives, but it may not. LaCie seems awfully proud to be bringing USB 3. You can now get USB 3.
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Once we plugged the expdess back into a standard USB 2. Then I spotted the error message: Despite this setback, I consider it a good sign that there are now two USB 3. Qualifiers, stipulations and wrap-up Here’s what we learned through all of this.
But this works fine without the driver installed, too!
Posted on Nov 11, 3: LaCie includes an uninstaller and instructions on how completely to remove their driver. Not the answer I wanted but the answer nevertheless.
USB 3.0 for Mac review and benchmarks (with a LaCie 2big USB 3.0)
Jan 17, 3: In general, the read rates were around the same compared to write rates. In comparison, our USB 2. Although it supports any USB 3. Gorgeous platformer ‘Gris’ arrives December 13th. Reply Helpful Thread reply – more options Link to this Post.
USB 3 PCI Express Card (1x)
Thanks for your help. You can now get USB 3. I imagine other companies Belkin? Nov 12, 4: When looking at the 9.
I have to buy a USB 3 disk next month. Infotech 24 7 Infotech 24 7.
User profile for user: Same with USB 2. Jan laice, 1: They have every right to lock it down, but the way they did it is foolish.
USB for Mac review and benchmarks (with a LaCie 2big USB )
The real question, however, is this: The speed increases are obvious and very real in use, and if you’re eager to make the leap, at least you have a legitimate option now that doesn’t involve switching to Windows assuming you’re a Mac user, of course. You could also spring for a hub or just buy two expansion cards, but we would’ve preferred an extra socket from the get-go. CalDigit was first with a USB 3.
I bought it knowing that I’d rarely use the USB 3. After refreshing System Profiler and Disk Utility a few times, I jumped over to the Terminal to see if there were any error messages. The drive spun up, the lights cqrd on, but nothing else happened.
View answer in context. LaCie seems awfully proud to be bringing USB 3. After a reboot, the card was recognized, as was the 2big USB 3. For one, installation on a Mac Pro couldn’t be simpler.