Fri 02-Aug-13 01:07 AM | edited Fri 02-Aug-13 01:08 AM by dagoldst
>Therefore the D600 may be capable of writing at a much faster speed than 50MBs.
I am a network analyst working for a Telco in a ethernet backhaul environment for 4G LTE cellular networks, (by trade), and studying the throughput of different types of chipsets is part of the deal.
For instance, while a gigabit ethernet interface may be capable of autonegotiating all the standard parameters of that interface when talking to another gigabit interface, it might not be able to transfer data at that rate. It is not uncommon, for many reasons.
In the case of the chipset in the D600, it is driven by the clockrate, in Mhz, and pinout, of the chipset.
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