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post #11 of 18
I would not even worry about it, current generation cards are not even fully saturating the 2.0 channel. I am currently running my 570gtx on a 1.0 interface.
post #12 of 18
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Yea man onboard gpu for video folding!

No silly id be folding with the cpu.. id use the on board video so i dont need to put a video card on the board and use extra power i wont need
post #13 of 18
Not even Kepler will be able to max out the PCIe 2.0 bandwith. I agree with Just a Nickname, a better investment would be spending more on GPUs rather than a PCIe 3.0 board. Give it a year or so.

EDIT: Why don't you use an AMD graphics card for folding? It's my understanding that graphics cards are better than CPU's for folding.
Edited by jackofhearts495 - 2/12/12 at 7:16pm
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I fold for Laundromatic on there i7-2 slot.. So I need to CPU fold..

Yea I plan on spending the money on the Video Card and not a Mobo with the PCI-e 3.0... Thats why I got the Asus P8P67 Rev 3.0 off ebay for $75.. Its like half off and I doubt I could of found a better card for cheaper..
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Yea man onboard gpu for video folding!
No silly id be folding with the cpu.. id use the on board video so i dont need to put a video card on the board and use extra power i wont need

Oh, haha. I don't fold on the cpu, so I kinda jumped to conclusions LOL.
    
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Yea lol I dont now much about folding.. So i stuck with the cpu since it was ez to watercool.
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Luckily your question has been answered as my post is off topic

This thread gave me a good laugh, I understood what you were asking in your first post, but found it interesting how many others found a totally different question being asked.
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Luckily your question has been answered as my post is off topic
This thread gave me a good laugh, I understood what you were asking in your first post, but found it interesting how many others found a totally different question being asked.

Yea he was probably just trolling. This is getting annoying lol
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