You  should see a marked improvement assuming your 720 (cpu, disk etc) can 
collect and send that data to the 2729 fast enough to keep it busy...

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Has anyone upgraded from 3570 to 3580 while keeping the 2729 controller on
model 720?

On the paper, 3570 is 7mb/sec, 3580 is 35mb/sec and controller 2729 is

If I upgraded from 3570 to 3580, I should still enjoy the 2729's 14mb/sec
even though I can't get the 35mb/sec from 3580 directly.  Any comment?

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