Embedded fiber-optics in my motherboard.....So, my 2020 motherboard will display a LASER light show without my having those blue CCFL tubes? But seriously, when I looked at all the wires connecting all my peripherals, I was thinking that wire management will surely be easier - smaller, thinner bundles.
[citation][nom]Gin Fushicho[/nom]This is yet another reason why I've been holding back on a new build.[/citation]
how long have u been holding out exactly...
after reading your comment... i feel like you have been holding back for decades...
kirk: "we're pinned down!"
scotty: "no problem captain, lemme see your phaser. i'll plug it into this hyperdoc and... now we can watch battlestar galactica at resolutions much greater than 1080p..."
Wow, in the third vid it says that the link is scalable up to 1 Terabit. I wonder if this is why Intel has been holding off on supporting USB 3.0 and SATA 6Gbps. I really hope that this will be coming out sooner than later.
Computerrock1 is right in saying that “A gigabit is 1/8 of a gigabyte” but when converting between gigabit and gigabyte transfer rate you should divide by ten because of the stop and start bits. Even if the transfer protocol does not use stop and start bits it will have other overheads that will be roughly the same.