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IcyBox IB-864-B Card Reader with USB 3.0

CCL Code: ACC1332
Manufacturer Code: IB-864
| Manufacturer: ICYBOX

Key Features:

3.5" Card Reader with multiport front panel

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Many peripherals can get in touch due to the multi-port front panel. 60 memory cards fit and can be read. The USB 3.0 port makes super fast data transfer possible. That's the future standard for multimedia.



Form Factor Card Reader
In The Box 1x IB-864-B, 1x USB 3.0 bracket, 1x screw set, 1x manual
Width 38.5 cm
Depth 29.0 cm
Height 22.0 cm
Weight 0.285 kg

Key Features

Built-in Card Reader Yes
Card Reader Type Internal


Warranty 1 Year

Item Details

Manufacturer ICYBOX
Manufacturer Code IB-864
EAN 4250078184980
Condition New

Warranty Information

Warranty 1 Year

Manufacturer Information

Manufacturer ICYBOX
Manufacturer Code IB-864
Questions and Answers

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Q: what usb headers exactly does this use and how many? like a usb 3 and a usb 2?
Answer by Dan on 12th May 2014
This uses a USB 2 header, SATA cable and Molex power. The USB 3.0 port uses a pass through cable that connects to a USB port at the back of the system. -Danlevan
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Q: Hi, Will this connect to a USB 3.0 Header so i can transfre data from cf cards through USB 3? Thanks
Answer by CCL on 11th August 2012
The USB 3.0 on this device uses USB A plugs as opposed to the header, so will connect to the rear USB 3.0 ports of the motherboard. It does also connect to USB 2.0 headers, which are used for the card readers and USB 2.0 ports. -Danlevan
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Q: When reading and downloading from an SD card, will it be via USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 standard?
Answer by CCL on 3rd July 2012
when reading from a memory card it will read at the speed at which the card is rated, so for example if you have a sd card rated at class 4 then it would be read at class 4 speeds which is approximately 4Mb/s. the transfer of this information to your machine will then vary according to which USB header you have the device attached to.
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Answer by Website User on 11th July 2015
I have this and I can confirm that the sd card reader is usb2 and only the front usb 3 port which has to be connected to the rear usb3 port is usb3.
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Manuals and Datasheets

PDF Datasheets and Manuals

Document File type File size
Datasheet pdf 0.53MB

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