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but sandy e is pcie 3.0 isnt it? so best solution for multigpu setup is 3820 or 3930k or their ivy e equivalent unless there will be ivy/haswell tim problem

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but sandy e is pcie 3.0 isnt it? so best solution for multigpu setup is 3820 or 3930k or their ivy e equivalent unless there will be ivy/haswell tim problem

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revro

PCIe 3.0 is automatically enabled on Radeon HD cards in X79, while Nvidia's cards require a small "hack" program to run. But indeed you can have PCIe 3.0 on X79.
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PCIe 3.0 is automatically enabled on Radeon HD cards in X79, while Nvidia's cards require a small "hack" program to run. But indeed you can have PCIe 3.0 on X79.

that hack is annoying, you do have to restart the PC everytime you update the drivers for Nvidia, since it reverts back to PCI-e 2.0, then run the hack again, and restart the whole PC. Takes you back to old-school driver installation.
     
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Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Samsung 750 Evo 250GB Crucial m500 960GB OCZ Trion 150 960GB Samsung 960 Evo 1TB m.2 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Crucial MX300 2TB DVD drive Corsair H60 2013 edition windows 10 home 
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post #44 of 44
Yeah it's a stupid pain, still can't work out why it isn't just enabled into the motherboard. Can't wait till 4930k so then I don't have to do a stupid hack.
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