USB 3.2 is the latest version of USB and is designed to help alleviate some problems that are commonly seen in fast charging technologies.
The new standard supports higher data transfer speeds, but it also supports multiple lanes of data at once. This means that you can transfer data from one device to another much faster than before, which is good news for gamers who need to transfer large files or game data between devices.
In terms of performance, USB 3.2 is supposed to be about twice as fast as USB 3.0, but this depends on what type of setup you’re using and how you’re connecting your devices together. If you’re using a single cable with two connectors on each end, then you’ll be able to get up to 10Gbps of bandwidth for each direction (20Gbps total).
If you’re using more than one connector at once (for example: if both ends have two connectors), then you’ll get even faster performance — up to 20Gbps per direction (40Gbps total).
Last modified: July 28, 2022