By PURPLELEC | 09 September 2023 | 0 Comments
Why is the transmission speed of the hard disk enclosure not satisfactory?
The transmission speed of the hard disk enclosure is mainly affected by three factors:
1. Interface speed: The limit of USB 2.0 is 60MB/s, while USB 3.0 can reach about 500MB/s.
2. The speed of the hard disk enclosure chip: the hard disk enclosure uses different chips, and the speed is different. For example, when converting the sata2 interface to usb3.0, the speed limit is about 270MB/s. If it is a hard disk enclosure with an m.2 interface, the speed will be different. Be faster.
3. The speed of the hard drive itself: The speed of a mechanical hard drive depends on the rotation speed. What is the speed protocol of a solid-state drive? In addition, when the rotation speed of a mechanical hard drive is the same, the speeds of hard drives of different generations are also very different.
The transmission speed of the hard disk enclosure may not be able to reach full speed. In many cases, it cannot reach the ultimate performance. The possible reasons are:
1. The computer interface does not support the maximum transfer speed of the hard disk. For example, some hard disk enclosures with m.2 interface do not support the NVMe protocol and cannot achieve the highest transmission speed.
2. Poor quality of the hard drive enclosure may lead to performance degradation. It is recommended that you replace the hard drive enclosure with a better quality one.
3. The hard disk in the hard disk enclosure has reached its maximum speed or read and write limit. You need to check the specifications and performance of your hard drive. If you are not sure what the problem is, try reconnecting the drive first, or contact the hardware manufacturer for support.
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