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Old November 9, 2012, 08:32 AM
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I've been using USB 3.0 to backup my system to a RAID1 box, so the speeds when writing should be comparable to a single drive. With that, I usually get 80-90 MB/s while writing - which is in the right ball park for the WD Greens I have in there. So, I would say in most cases between USB 3.0, TB, and even eSATA for that matter, the drive will be what limits the performance.
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