By PURPLELEC | 23 January 2024 | 0 Comments
ASMEDIA releases ASM2464 actual measurement
ASMEDIA ASM2464 actual test: 12th generation Core has no problem
USB4 v2.0 80Gbps has been born for half a year, and USB4 40Gbps, which has been released for four years, is still not popular and is only supported by some AMD Ryzen notebooks.
At Computex Taipei, many manufacturers demonstrated new USB4 solutions, including main controllers, Hub controllers, expansion cards, etc., marking the imminent arrival of a real wave of popularity.
ASMEDIA has long designed the ASM4242 USB4 master control and the ASM2464 USB4-PCIe 4.0 bridge controller. The official USB-IF specification for third-party controllers has not been ready, and the relevant design documents are even incomplete. It has been overly dependent on Intel's Thunderbolt. 3 specifications.
At Computex Taipei, ASMEDIA demonstrated the operation of ASM2464 on Apple M2 and Intel 13th generation Core platforms. There were no obvious compatibility or performance issues. The highest measured sequential read and write speeds could reach about 3.7GB/s.
According to ASMEDIA, there is no problem with the 12th generation Core, and AMD has nothing to say. After all, AMD has long supported USB4 according to the USB-IF specification.
In addition, ASMEDIA also has the new ASM3074 USB 3.2 Gen2x2 20Gbps Hub, which supports three 5Gbps or 10Gbps USB 3.2 interfaces.
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