SATA speeds for cf20 and cf33 ?

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cf20 and cf33 sata speed

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  1. both sata2

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  2. both sata3

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  3. cf20 sata2, cf33 sata3

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  4. cf20 sata3, cf33 sata2

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  1. Karl Klammer

    Karl Klammer Notebook Consultant

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    Hello toughians,

    I'm just wondering what the SATA speeds for cf20 and cf33 are.
    cf19mk1-4,6-8 are sata2, while cf19mk5 is sata3, just for reference

    bonus points for posting any benchmarks, .e.g passmark or iozone ;-)
     
  2. BaRRmaley

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    I'm sure M.2 modules are being used. I think they are SATA 3.0 (not PCIe).
    P.S. Just bought a few Getac V110 laptops. Will get the first one in 12 days. Looks like they are very interesting machines (M.2 SATA 3.0 too).


    CF-20 drives: 128GB M.2 NGFF (2280) SATA III Solid State Drive (Optional 256GB or 512GB)
     
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  3. Karl Klammer

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    hi barrmaley, thanks for the first response.
    unfortunately, it doesn't answer my question, as most cf19s also use sata3 modules ... but are throttled to sata2 speeds (except mk5).
    looking forward to see your getac benchmarks in 12 days ;-)
     
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    USB 3.0 has more pins compared to USB 2.0 which has 4 pins, VBus, D+, D- and GND and USB 3.0 connectors are usually colored blue on the inside in order to distinguish them from the USB 2.0 connectors.
     
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    toughasnails, give me your tobacco, I have to check it
     
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    Plug in another one
    Just like the other one
    You've been hangin on to it
    And I sure would like a stick

    don't bogart that stick my friend,
    pass it over to me

    Pllllllllllllllllug in another one
    Just like the other one
    That one's just about filled up to the end
    So come on and be a real friend
     
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