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    Rampage V10 Black Edition USB 3.0 Slow speed

    Hi, I've been experiencing slow usb 3.0 transfer speeds with each hard drive I plug into, the internal data drives are fine, any help would be great.
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    Umm i use a few different models, between 1TB to 4TB portable drives, i had an older model of this rampage board and they worked fine on it so the drives aren't the issue., thanks for your reply.
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    Any other ideas?
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    Yer I'm pretty sure, there hasn't been many updates for the party few months anyway, but I do use that auto update environment that asus have to make sure everything is up to date, cheers*
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    I asked because that's what I'm running and my USB 3.0 drives work fine.

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    Drive oles

    What speeds are you considering as slow? 80 MB/s? External HDDs are always slow compared to thumbdrives. While I get 80 MB/s to 90 MB/s with an external HDD I easily get 230 MB/s with a thumbdrive. And 230 MB/s is the specified maximum of that drive.

    I don't like the ASUS software. It's not well made. For example they released a new BIOS for my board but neither BIOS nor their Updater software could find a new version. I downloaded it manually and tried flashing it using their AI Suite III software thingy. It said "flashing successful" but when I checked I still had the old BIOS. I tried it again but no chance. I then flashed it directly in the BIOS and it worked as intended.

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