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asked Dec 13, 2017 in Thunderbolt - Quantum by Pandamonium (430 points)
To me lower latency would be 2ms, higher latency would be 5ms. Are you confusing higher and lower latency, or are you saying with an aggregate device there will be MORE delay (Latency). If so I find this not a good thing, the whole point of the Quantum is low latency, and they promote that you can add more than one but they fail to say there is a latency price to pay. Very misleading..

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answered Dec 13, 2017 by vasilykorytov (4,290 points)
edited Dec 13, 2017 by vasilykorytov
I believe, yes, we got confused. The thing I was saying is that Mac's aggregate devices will make latency worse, i.e. slower, i.e. higher latency
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answered Dec 13, 2017 by vasilykorytov (4,290 points)
I also believe for lower latency you should use not the Mac's aggregate devices. I believe, Quantum provides other means of stacking, but have no experience with those.
asked Dec 13, 2017 in Thunderbolt - Quantum by Pandamonium (430 points) Thanks for answering
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answered Dec 14, 2017 by brockstallworth (2,620 points)
Use the interfaces latency since it is coming from the device itself.
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