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I dug up one post from EVGA's forum. See edit. Not what I was referring to, however.

Thanks for the link.

I maybe need to revist the subject from some different sources, [H] for example comes to a different conclusion:
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So do not fret if you are on a Sandy Bridge PCI Express 2.0 system, you aren't missing out on a bunch of performance compared to an Ivy Bridge PCI Express 3.0 system. Most of our readers will likely benefit from higher CPU overclocks on Sandy Bridge anyway if you are truly pushing the CPU clock and this alone will likely negate any "advantages" from PCIe 3.0 or Ivy Bridge IPC when it comes to real-world gaming scenarios. PCIe 3.0 is a great evolution, one day it may actually support a better gameplay experience compared to PCIe 2.0, but that day is not today.

Although, admittedly they are kind of old now and using Z68/Z77, not X79

http://www.hardocp.com/article/2012/07/18/pci_express_20_vs_30_gpu_gaming_performance_review/1#.UWSv5Vc02sk

Anyway... I feel that I've well and truly derailed the original discussion, apologies for that everyone smile.gif
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Stating the obvious isn't opinion. If a chip supports 40 lanes of data transfer vs 24 lanes of data transfer, which transfers more data?
If a 5 dollar bill is made of paper, and a 10 dollar bill is made of paper, why can't I buy a $10 item with a $5 bill....
Google your own graphs, they're all over the review sites.

So the more is better rule. Would make sense if any card could max out 2.0 X8 but it's just not the case. A gtx 680 doesn't even max out 2.0 X4
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It does.
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It does.

There's an 8.6 percent difference between 2.0 X4 and X8. Look at the graph again. Pcie 1.1 X4 is the huge bottleneck
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the chip set you got now is great, i would wait on the 1150 chips, the 1366 is still a beast mite want to look into getting a 970 + cpu (6core) would be good for a 2-4 years depending on new games (console ports) with 8 cores, but then intel would have a new chip set again as 1150 is only going to be 4 core, and 2011 i think is only 6 core, best is to get the 2 titans in sli in x58 chip set as it has more pci bandwidth Only thing new chips got are lower power consumption not really in the power of cpu, Mite see a 10-15 % gain @ same overclock on benches but new chips hit alot higher overclocks 5ghz or so if lucky, mine can hit 4.6 if i push it but then need to add more rad space,

the bloomfield is 32 nm from the 45nm of are 930s ,

I would get a 970 or a cheap 990x(if you can find it)

Mite want to get a newer mobo with usb 3.0 / sata 3 mint dose, also that mobo u got is good but a bargain bin ( i know i had one) my mobo hit same overclock with .15 lower volts on cpu and has 6 ddr 3 slots. you got lucky on that ram all the ocz sticks i tried failed memtest,

old mobo still hiting 4.0 on 920 d0 chip @ 1.375 volts,

I though of doing exactly what you suggested but (although I didn't look that deeply into it), I couldn't find a 970 or 990 for sale......I prefer new however I know that will be really hard, if not impossible to find. Anyway, it's something to consider. If I go this route, I will definitely change out my OCZ RAM and increase to at least 8 gigs......any suggestions on RAM? Last question......970 or 990 won't bottleneck the Titan or two (SLI), yes or no?

PS: + rep to those who provided useful information to my initial question. Thanks.
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I though of doing exactly what you suggested but (although I didn't look that deeply into it), I couldn't find a 970 or 990 for sale......I prefer new however I know that will be really hard, if not impossible to find. Anyway, it's something to consider. If I go this route, I will definitely change out my OCZ RAM and increase to at least 8 gigs......any suggestions on RAM? Last question......970 or 990 won't bottleneck the Titan or two (SLI), yes or no?
My eyes are bleeding going through forums, without any definite answer to this question.
but here's a 990x on AMAZON.CA........http://www.amazon.ca/s/ref=sr_nr_n_1?rh=n%3A1233052011%2Ck%3Aintel+i7+990&keywords=intel+i7+990&ie=UTF8&qid=1365612347&rnid=5264023011
not really cost effective for old tech.
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I though of doing exactly what you suggested but (although I didn't look that deeply into it), I couldn't find a 970 or 990 for sale......I prefer new however I know that will be really hard, if not impossible to find. Anyway, it's something to consider. If I go this route, I will definitely change out my OCZ RAM and increase to at least 8 gigs......any suggestions on RAM? Last question......970 or 990 won't bottleneck the Titan or two (SLI), yes or no?
They will be just fine once overclocked.
6GB of RAM is not a whole lot so I would opt for 12 (you want your RAM to be triple channel).
G.Skill makes great RAM, they excel at performance, value, looks, and support sides of things.
I wouldn't bother with anything faster than 2GHz because it would be a pain to get it stable at such high frequencies.
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There's an 8.6 percent difference between 2.0 X4 and X8. Look at the graph again. Pcie 1.1 X4 is the huge bottleneck

That's a HUGE difference. If it's small for you, well....

25 FPS vs 27 FPS.

If it's SLI or CrossFire then it's probably more like 40 FPS vs 46-48 FPS.

Also you stated that GTX680 doesn't max out X4 2.0. 8.6% difference proves that your statement is incorrect. If you've said, it doesn't impact performance more or less, then OK.
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Bon Jour.

My question today, is your question posted earlier. I am having a new PC built for me, like you, I chose the GTX Titan. Did you put the EK-FC Titan Water Block on yours, and, do you know: is the GTX Titan still under warranty if I have it done?

Now I want to choose the best Mother Board I can, with a budget of $600. I joined this forum because I don't know much about what goes into making a super PC...my "Space Station." My goal is to build "for the future," the evolution of all this, and most of all I never want to hear again the phrase, "you have too much in/on your PC and not enough power or space or quality or technology..." or, "you can't do that on this PC..." "More Power!" that's my goal.

Learning as I go, I hope the professional who built my last and first...this...PC, and is building the next one, will be able to put this all together, but the language barrier gets in the way...he has forgotten more than I will ever know...so I am enjoying all this research and looking for help in choosing the right stuff.

Merci...A.

11 Avril 2013 00h38.
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I struggled with the same question on my new rig and decided to go with the 2011 socket.

I went with these components:

Intel DX79SI (mobo)
Intel i7 - 3930K
48 gigs Corsair Vengeance (quad channel)
Dual EVGA GTX 680 Superclocked (Dual SLI)
Sound Blaster Recon3D Fatal1ty Professional
Corsair SSD
Corsair Vengeance Series C70 ATX Mid Tower Gaming Computer Case - Military Green


It turned out to be a pretty decent rig.
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