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Fast Transfer Of Data

Posted on 2004-04-16
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Which Is the fastest way to transfer files from an internal hard drive to an external hard drive?

IEEE1394 or USB 2.0

I use PCDJ to spin MP3s, and need to access my external hard drive fast.
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USB2 Transfer rate is 480Mbps compared to Firewire at 400Mbps.
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Unless you have IEEE1394b which is 800Mbps
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