USB 3.0 is the third generation of USB connectivity, and is many times faster than the previous USB 2.0. No model of the Raspberry Pi supports this higher transfer speed "SuperSpeed", but appliances offer USB 2.0 backward compatibility to be operated with the Raspberry Pi.

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Powering with USB 3.0 from FritzBox 7490

someone gifted me an Rπ B+ recently. I've always powered it with an external 2A PSU. Im using my Rπ without any other peripherals like other USB-Devices or Displays. It's just a ...
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Raspberry Raid 0 gains

I'm currently using the Pi overclocked to 1GHz on Archlinux running deluge and samba which access a 3TB external USB drive. I plan on buying another identical drive and set it up as a raid 0 ...
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Raspi not 'accepting' JUH340 USB Hub. (Raspbian OS)

Easily, not too many people have asked a question about this model of usb hub. What I'm attempting to use is a J5 CREATE JUH340 USB 3.0 with the RPi, but it is highly unworkable. With most everything ...
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Is it possible to physically upgrade either model's USB ports from USB 2.0 to USB 3.0?

Would the build not recognize the difference or be capable of supporting the USB 3.0 speeds? If problems arise, would the issue sit with software, hardware, or another area?
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RPi rev 2 and USB powered harddrive

I am getting my RasperryPi Rev2 soon, and I plan to use it as a media centre. I have a WesternDigital Elements 1TB USB3 2.5" USB powered external harddrive. I know that a normal USB port outputs ...
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Powering from my PC's USB 3.0 port

The spec for my PC's motherboard doesn't mention any upper or lower limit for its built-in USB 3.0 ports. What is the minimum current that any (standards compliant) built-in USB 3.0 port should be ...