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PS2 NIC 10Mbps,about 13MB/s
Originally Posted by yoshi314
That math is wrong. In fact 10 Mbps is appx 1.25 MB/s.
Originally Posted by srw008
(bps == bits per second, but B/s == Bytes per second)
But to my knowledge the physical interface is 100 Mbps, and that is appx 12.5 MB/s.
However, there is no chance of ever achieving that speed in practice, considering how the driver system works and the speed of the EE and IOP CPUs.
We'll be lucky if we can even approach the same speed as the fastest networked HDLD_svr versions with UDP protocol, which reputedly could reach somewhere over 2 MB/s. But I never tried that myself as I consider safe transfer (which they did not have) to be more important than speed.
Best regards: dlanor
Originally Posted by dlanor
Someone told me that ieee1394 slowly thanUSB1.1(test by EEUG)
Just in case if anyone is still interested: I've managed to get firewire working with ILINK.IRX from GT3 game. Actually I'm quite disappointed as a maximum raw read speed I've got is about 400KB/s (SBP-2/SCSI protocol with LaCie firewire HDD) which is even slower than USB...
Is that true?????
it would definitely be interesting to try implement it for the homebrew. maybe it would have its uses.