Transfer bandwidth between computer components Tags: Asus Bandwidth Computer Components Motherboards Last response: September 7, 2011 3:54 PM in Motherboards Share acfreman September 7, 2011 3:51:07 PM I would like to now if anyone is able to tell me if the bandwidth transfer rate is greater in the asus crosshair v over the sabertooth 990fx boards or are they the same. The reason for this question is that I am building a high end computer for audio recording and mixing. Where bandwidth and transient speed is a major component of sound quality reproduction. More about : transfer bandwidth computer components | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove jaquith Motherboard Master September 7, 2011 3:54:18 PM Transfer Rates on 'what' parts? If you're concerned about bandwidth then get an LGA 1155 or wait 6~8 weeks for the LGA 2011 where bandwidth really is poof not a problem. | Report abuse Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>Motherboards>Transfer bandwidth between computer components> Related ressources: ForumHow does computer screen size impact bandwidth usage and data caps? Forum76.8GB/s of memory bandwidth in 2004 ForumBandwidth and Latency: FAO 1 and 2 ForumHow to measure transfer rate differences between int. and ext. drives? ForumAdvanced techs only: Gbps Network bandwidth maxed out at 50% Forum[Q] Purpose of network switches and bandwidth improvement ForumIn need of assistance with choosing nVidia/Intel PC components ForumTransfer rates between internal drives REALLY slow ForumHoliday Buyers' Guide 2006, Part 2: Components ForumAdvice on components for home-based Raid 5 server ForumBandwidth Ideas and Issues ForumHow do I transfer files between desktop and notebook ForumIntel i5 3550p & AS Rock Z77 PRO 3 ForumComputer shows 8 gigs but says only 3.47 is useable. Forum[Q] Best 775-socket motherboard for my Computer Forum[Solved] Computer wont boot at all. ForumComputer won't boot when 4pin CPU Power connector plugged in Forumincreasing memory on Acer computer Forum[Solved] Compatibility between graphics card and motherboard. ForumComputer Won't Boot More resources Read discussions in other Motherboards categories BIOS Boot Chipsets ASRock Asus Chaintech DFI Elitegroup FIC Foxconn Gigabyte Intel MSI-Microstar !