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post #11 of 15
Newegg. It wouldn't be the first time they fudged the details though. They may have 'accidently' left off the PCI-E version numbers off the UD3H.

After thinking about it, you wouldn't ever have different versions of PCI-E on the same board, would you, lol
Edited by WOD35 - 8/23/13 at 9:52pm
post #12 of 15
You can. There are PCH depended and CPU depended lanes. All Haswell CPUs (currently out anyway) have X16 3.0 lanes. Z87 PCH has X8 2.0 lanes (same as Z68/Z77). Then it just depends on how they were distributed. All SLI capable boards do at least X8/X8 at 3.0.
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post #13 of 15
I just went to the Gigabyte site to compare and you're right they are the same. The PCI-E x1 slots are 2.0 on both, but the rest are 3.0.

Newegg may have just accidentally fudged the UD3H details (worse) so as to better sell the pricier UD4H to the less well informed thumb.gif
post #14 of 15
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i was just reading what was listed on new egg and it specifically listed pcie 3.0 as 1 at 16 speed then just listed the 8x slot as pcie
post #15 of 15
Yeah you'd think with Neweggs budget they could keep their categories and details a little straighter. The way they list specs is not even uniform although I think that plays to their advantage. So you gotta get the info straight from the horses mouth.

oh and the x1 AND x4 slots are 2.0 BTW... x8 and x16 are 3.0
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