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usb bandwith needed for a mouse, blue yeti, and charge a phone?

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I need to get a usb hub. I can either get A or C but A would be more convenient if possible. I just need to know how much of a usb's bandwith a G502, Blue yeti, and charging a phone would take. Thank you even a peice of the puzzle would help.

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What do you mean by bandwidth?
 

If the HUB is plugged to the USB Port for example USB 3.0 then the bandwidth would be the same as USB 3.0

If you use more than one device at the same time on the hub e.g 3 flash drive then the speed will get splitted.

 

But if u are referring to power..then i have no idea..i knew that certain USB HUB has an adapter to provide extra power to it but i never use one so..your best bet would probably buying a PCIE USB Hub that connected to the PCIE port rather than USB..usually PCIE x4..with it the bandwidth is much wider and it should provide enough power up to 25W

 

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17 hours ago, Hiya! said:

What do you mean by bandwidth?
 

If the HUB is plugged to the USB Port for example USB 3.0 then the bandwidth would be the same as USB 3.0

If you use more than one device at the same time on the hub e.g 3 flash drive then the speed will get splitted.

 

But if u are referring to power..then i have no idea..i knew that certain USB HUB has an adapter to provide extra power to it but i never use one so..your best bet would probably buying a PCIE USB Hub that connected to the PCIE port rather than USB..usually PCIE x4..with it the bandwidth is much wider and it should provide enough power up to 25W

 

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