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Any dual proc g34 boards coming out with usb 3 that anybody knows about? I haven't been able to find any but I'm hoping I just missed them.

Any takers?
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Why not just get a USB 3.0 addin card?

There really is not a major need for USB 3.0 on server boards so the adoption is slow.
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Why not just get a USB 3.0 addin card?

There really is not a major need for USB 3.0 on server boards so the adoption is slow.
Well, this is a workstation build for HPC programming. So I was hoping to avoid wasting a pcie slot on usb 3.0 when I'd prefer to get another graphics card in the system for handling larger OpenCL programs.

Maybe I can find a board with esata. I just need a high speed port for backups.
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Well, this is a workstation build for HPC programming. So I was hoping to avoid wasting a pcie slot on usb 3.0 when I'd prefer to get another graphics card in the system for handling larger OpenCL programs.

Maybe I can find a board with esata. I just need a high speed port for backups.
Run a long SATA cable to the outside
    
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Run a long SATA cable to the outside
thats what I'm doing on my current workstation. I was hoping that replacing the old one would also remove the need for hackish solutions to get it to work the way I want it too.
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