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I understand that you would like to get more information about the maximum simultaneous bandwidth across all USB 3.0 SuperSpeed connections. I would like to assist you with this.
To provide accurate information, I would like to know if you are working with a specific system. Also, please let us know if you are developing hardware/software.
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My system is now using supermicro's x10drl-i motherboard, which it is using intel c612 chipset for usb peripheral. I found that it is only having single intel usb 3.0 extensible host controller, but multiple usb3 ports. So i would like to know is that the bandwidth of 5Gbps will share among these ports?
I am confusing now is because, i connected 2 pcs of usb3 cameras which each one camera will uses 390MBps or 3.12Gbps, so total both cameras will over 5Gbps. But amazingly happened that those 2 cameras can run together in full speed without any problem.
Thus, i would like to know why or how can it be? Thanks.
Thank you for your response.
Because the Intel® C612 Chipset is on your motherboard, it is worth noting that system manufactures such as Supermicro can change the features of the Intel® Chipset. Even though this is part of your system, it is unknown to us how Supermicro used it to design their motherboard. For these reasons, our recommendation is that you can contact Supermicro to make sure that you will be receiving accurate information about the maximum simultaneous bandwidth across all USB 3.0 SuperSpeed connections.
In addition, you can create an account on our Resource & Design Center to get specific information about our Intel® Chipsets and compare it with your system manufacturer's documentation.
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I hope you find this information helpful.
If intel c612 chipset is only having 1 USB3.0 extensible host controller, then the maximum bandwidth should be only 5Gbps no matter how is the wiring, right?
If that's the case, then nothing motherboard maker can make it maximum simultaneous bandwidth across all USB3 ports, right?
Hope to hear from you again, thanks.
In this case, the information you are requesting is very specific and it involves a motherboard designed by Supermicro. For these reasons, the best course of action would be to contact Supermicro or our Intel® Resource & Design Center to get accurate information.
Hopefully, other users will provide more information about the maximum simultaneous bandwidth across all USB 3.0 SuperSpeed connections, too.