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The names of the USB specifications are getting trickier. One would almost think that the industry body behind the USB standards is out for maximum confusion. Because the specification versions USB 2.0, USB 3.0, USB 3.1, USB 3.2 and USB4 are now followed by USB4 2.0.
The good thing about USB4 2.0 is a faster data transfer mode at 80 Gbps, as previously it was 40 Gbps at most. But USB4 follows the motto “everything can, nothing has to” too much. This makes it harder for buyers of notebooks, PCs and peripherals to find compatible products.
In episode 2022/19 of “Bit noise: c’t’s processor podcast”, c’t editors Carsten Spille and Christof Windeck talk about USB4 2.0 and the differences to USB 3.x and Thunderbolt 3 and 4.
Podcast bit noise, episode 2022/19:
Magazine column bit noise from c’t 20/2022: AMD Ryzen 7000, Intel’s tile processor and auto chips from Nvidia
AMD announces Ryzen 7000 processors. Intel looks even further ahead to the Core i-14000. Nvidia feels strong when it comes to auto chips, but sells few.
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