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  • Zitat

    Original von hannes
    > Sprechen wir hier von der USB3 Intensity Shuttle ?


    ja, mit der PCIe USB3 Karte.


    Kann nicht funktionieren,
    Shuttle funktioniert nur am Motherboard-USB3, nich an einer USB3 Karte. :shake:


    MfG

  • war auf nem anderen Rechner.
    Dieser hat ein ASROCK-MoBo mit 4 x USB3 an Bord.


    Zu dem hat MLH mir die USB3 Karte verkauft mit dem Hinweis, dass es mit dem Intelboard gehe.

    Einmal editiert, zuletzt von hannes ()

  • Zitat

    Shuttle funktioniert nur am Motherboard-USB3, nich an einer USB3 Karte. :shake:


    Korrekt.
    Habe ich auch schon festgestellt,liest man ja auch im USA-Forum von BM...habe ich hier auch schon mehrmals geschrieben.

  • Zitat

    Original von Goldwingfahrer


    Korrekt.
    Habe ich auch schon festgestellt,liest man ja auch im USA-Forum von BM...habe ich hier auch schon mehrmals geschrieben.


    Ist aber eigenartig. Wo ist denn da der Unterschied?

    vg Ian

  • Das bedeutet dann eigentlich, dass die Karten nicht den Spezifikationen entsprechen. Hätte ich nicht gedacht.

    vg Ian

  • Ian


    Blackmagic Design Intensity Shuttle for USB 3.0 Computers, Capture and Playback Professional Quality HDMI and Component Analog Video in Both SD and HD (Requires x58 based computer or better)


    There seems to be a lot of these 1 star ratings from people who apparently didn't confirm or check to see if their system was fully compatible. This is a ~$200 NEWLY released piece of hardware using the fairly NEW USB 3.0 spec. Not all motherboards are going to be compatible and you are still going to need a system bus speed of at least 5Gb/s that is automatically requested by the Intensity Shuttle.


    We strongly recommend that you ensure full system compatibility before laying down ~$200 on the Intensity Shuttle, let alone anything else for that matter. If your system bus doesn't meet the 5Gb/s bandwidth requirements of the Intensity Shuttle then you might be better off with the PCI-e based "Intensity Pro" and if you don't have a free PCI-e slot then you might want to check out the external USB 2.0 HD PVRs offered by Hauppauge, Avermedia and Elgato.


    A few minutes on the manufacturer's web site, Blackmagic Design, will lead you to their FAQ on their USB 3.0 products (which we also posted as a Discussion at the bottom of amazon's product page), such as the Intensity Shuttle, outlining what exactly is required for a system to be able to use said product(s). Blackmagic Design employees also post on the their dedicated Creativecow forum, where you can also get support from fellow members. A lot of valuable information can be found there regarding their products, including the Intensity Shuttle, which helped in our system build and eventual purchase of the Intensity Shuttle.


    As specifically stated on that FAQ, "Intel X58 series motherboards with onboard USB 3.0 support are required to support Blackmagic Design's USB 3.0 video products. The onboard USB 3.0 support of other motherboards, such as the P55 series, cannot be used." If you are using a P55 / x58 motherboard, or any motherboard for that matter the PCIe slot you are using must support the full 5Gb/s bandwidth currently requested by the Intensity Shuttle. This is in addition to needing the USB 3.0 card to be in a x4 PCIe or x1 PCIe 2.0 slot of the motherboard.


    The produdct will display a bandwidth error message if your system does not meet the 5Gb/s bus speed requested by the Intensity Shuttle. If you are unsure of your system's bus speed, then you should contact the manufactuer of your board, ask for help on a relevant computer forum, and/or download one of the various programs designed to provide system information about your computer.


    Blackmagic Design specifically lists in their FAQ four seperate x58 series motherboards that have been verified to work with their USB 3.0 products, and those include the "ASUS P6X58D-Premium, ASUS P6X58D-E, Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD7, and Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD5."


    In addition, USB 3.0 Expresscard Adapters for laptops will NOT work as the USB 3.0 Host Controllers used in these adapters DO NOT currently meet the requested bandwidth requirements of the Intensity Shuttle.



    For reference, here are our system specs:


    ASUS P6X58D-E motherboard.
    Intel i7 950.
    Windows 7 64bit Home Premium.
    12 GB RAM.
    1 TB HDD(WD1002FAEX).


    * Please Note, this system was built to be compatible with the Intensity Shuttle.


    Hier gelesen..unter "Customer Reviews"
    http://www.amazon.com/Blackmag…rofessional/dp/B003WSQTWU