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Your system was always in 2.0 PCIE mode, with both 390X and 980Ti, doesn't matter what you think you saw in GPU-Z (GPU-Z like all software monitoring programs is not 100% accurate).

Once I saw in GPU-Z my GTX480 gpu running at over 1.5GHz biggrin.gif it was a bug , also with numerous CPUs I had processor speed at like 7GHz i CPU-Z etc.

PCIE controller is in CPU, therefore in your 2700K, and that processor has 2.0 PCIE controller, end of the story, it cannot run @ 3.0 no matter what motherboard you have, GPU installed or BIOS setting.

And also there's no performance difference between 2.0 x 16 and 3.0 x 16, you would have same gaming experience in both modes.

Just give up and stop wasting everybody's time, incl. yours.

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Your system was always in 2.0 PCIE mode, with both 390X and 980Ti, doesn't matter what you think you saw in GPU-Z (GPU-Z like all software monitoring programs is not 100% accurate).

Once I saw in GPU-Z my GTX480 gpu running at over 1.5GHz biggrin.gif it was a bug , also with numerous CPUs I had processor speed at like 7GHz i CPU-Z etc.

PCIE controller is in CPU, therefore in your 2700K, and that processor has 2.0 PCIE controller, end of the story, it cannot run @ 3.0 no matter what motherboard you have, GPU installed or BIOS setting.

And also there's no performance difference between 2.0 x 16 and 3.0 x 16, you would have same gaming experience in both modes.

Just give up and stop wasting everybody's time, incl. yours.

CHEERS..

It has nothing to do with performance. It's for trouble shooting reasons but, I've said that 3000 times now and you just like shouting at people apparently..

I'll see if I can use my old 7970 for a little while next time I get a chance and prove you wrong hopefully. Then I would like an apology for you being such a " nice " person towards me throughout this whole blessed experience ok?

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post #9253 of 9343

The problem is, you're not listening and it has become very irritating. We have told you over and over and over and over and over. We have shown you official specifications that clearly show that the 2700K is incapable of PCI-E 3.0. We have explained it to you in numerous ways, yet no matter what we say, you refuse to accept the possibility that we know what we're talking about - and that is extremely rude. Most people would accept the education, but you keep spitting it back in our faces.

 

I can't wait to see your proof so that we can use it to prove to you that it's a false reading. I promise you that you will be apologizing to us and you will be saying that you stand corrected. Mark my words.

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I have an idea, truehighroller1: go ask at Tom's Hardware.

 

Or, you could Google this. Maybe that would help you prove us wrong. Gasp. Go ahead: find proof that the 2700K is capable of supporting/providing PCI-E 3.0. I am challenging you. Will you accept this challenge?

 

If you accept this challenge and fail to prove us wrong, then you must agree to profusely apologize to us and to state that you stand corrected, and you must also agree to stop asking this question.


Edited by TwoCables - 1/22/16 at 4:09pm
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OK, Let's be a bit more civil here guys.

As for the topic at hand, I know very little in regards to Intel, But i'm fairly certain that the 2700k is limited to PCI-E2.0. It however will be able to run cards which are PCI-E3.0 but only at PCI-E2.0 speeds.

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OK, Let's be a bit more civil here guys.

As for the topic at hand, I know very little in regards to Intel, But i'm fairly certain that the 2700k is limited to PCI-E2.0. It however will be able to run cards which are PCI-E3.0 but only at PCI-E2.0 speeds.

 

This is correct. All official specifications and documentations further support and prove that mainstream Sandy Bridge CPUs such as the 2700K are absolutely incapable of PCI-E 3.0.

 

So contrary to what some people might think, we do know what we are talking about. That's why we're talking.

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This is correct. All official specifications and documentations further support and prove that mainstream Sandy Bridge CPUs such as the 2700K are absolutely incapable of PCI-E 3.0.

So contrary to what some people might think, we do know what we are talking about. That's why we're talking.

Ok more civil thanks.

So my issue was it was running or, so it said and I kept having random crashes with every single 390x card I tried.

That's only thing that has changed.

How is that not an understandable assumption on my part?
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Ok more civil thanks.

So my issue was it was running or, so it said and I kept having random crashes with every single 390x card I tried.

That's only thing that has changed.

How is that not an understandable assumption on my part?

 

I was civil the first time I told you that PCI-E 3.0 is impossible with the 2700K. I only became angry after having to repeat myself dozens of times. A person can only take so much of that.

 

This is the first time I've ever seen anyone reporting problems with the 390X with a mainstream Sandy Bridge CPU with this motherboard. So, maybe it was the driver. Who knows? Who cares though right? You're not having problems now and you have PhysX support too.

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When someone says they understand it shouldn't be or is not, possible multiple times while trying to explain their reasoning.

Perhaps you should just stop shouting for a minute and go what did you say was happening, that's odd.

It's not nice or civil to then have three friends come in and start shouting the same thing at the person and then some of the other things that were said, and you know it.

Please don't justify the treatment. There's no justification there.

Now you know why I want to try this. I wanted closure to the issue at this point or rather to know that's what happened.

Thanks.

 

I'm not shouting. I am talking to you. If I were shouting at you, then you'd know it.

 

You have been given the answer, and you've been given that answer dozens of times by multiple people. PCI-E 3.0 is absolutely impossible with mainstream Sandy Bridge CPUs. I don't care what you saw when you had AMD cards installed. Ok? I am absolutely sick and tired of repeating myself.

 

Sigh. I don't have any more patience for this. Google it and then you'll see. Make a new thread, and then you'll be given answers by others, and then you'll see.


Edited by TwoCables - 1/22/16 at 4:45pm
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I'm not shouting. I am talking to you. If I were shouting at you, then you'd know it.

You have been given the answer, and you've been given that answer dozens of times by multiple people. PCI-E 3.0 is absolutely impossible with mainstream Sandy Bridge CPUs. I don't care what you saw when you had AMD cards installed. Ok? I am absolutely sick and tired of repeating myself.

Sigh. I don't have any more patience for this. Google it and then you'll see. Make a new thread, and then you'll be given answers by others, and then you'll see.

Ok more civil thanks.

So my issue was it was running or, so it said PCIE 3.0 and I kept having random crashes with every single 390x card I tried.

That's only thing that has changed.

How is that not an understandable assumption on my part?

Thank you for not yelling. If you were, I'm sure I would know thumb.gif

Nice guy here guys. Thanks man. thumb.giftongue.gifrolleyes.gif
Edited by truehighroller1 - 1/22/16 at 5:56pm
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