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So it looks like on Battlelog posted by Dice, the 3960X paired woth 2 R9 290x got a 58% increase in fps on average http://battlelog.battlefield.com/bf4/news/view/bf4-mantle-live/

wuuhh? That's crazy. How are the 3960x 50%+ different than the 4960x results.


does AMD natively support pci 3.0 on sandy-bridge-E?
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wuuhh? That's crazy. How are the 3960x 50%+ different than the 4960x results.


does AMD natively support pci 3.0 on sandy-bridge-E?
Sandy bridge-E uses PCI-e 2.0 the card can't change that wink.gif
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No. They optimize the pipeline. Nothing to do with 290 or 280x. When you optimize you optimize for your pipeline and 290 is quite similar to a first gen gcn card. And either way you dont see architecture optimizations. Only games optimizations

So youre agreeing that 290 does get the least amount of support? Cuz it seems to me that the last 5 or so beta/whql releases were targeted towards R9 290 users, or at least they got the most benefits.
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Sandy bridge-E uses PCI-e 2.0 the card can't change that wink.gif

i7 3930K on a Asus Rampage Formula IV does indeed support a x16 PCI-E 3.0 link speed with my 2x 7970ghz cards. The i7 3930K was never certified but the hardware support is there and it works.

The PCI Express controller in Sandy Bridge-E has one more distinguishing feature: it supports 8 gigatransfers per second rate, i.e. meets the PCI Express 3.0 specification requirements. However the current Intel processors haven’t been certified yet that is why in most cases PCI Express 3.0 compatibility is not officially stated
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So youre agreeing that 290 does get the least amount of support? Cuz it seems to me that the last 5 or so beta/whql releases were targeted towards R9 290 users, or at least they got the most benefits.

I got the same benefits on my 7970 too.
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i7 3930K on a Asus Rampage Formula IV does indeed support a x16 PCI-E 3.0 link speed with my 2x 7970ghz cards. The i7 3930K was never certified but the hardware support is there and it works.

The PCI Express controller in Sandy Bridge-E has one more distinguishing feature: it supports 8 gigatransfers per second rate, i.e. meets the PCI Express 3.0 specification requirements. However the current Intel processors haven’t been certified yet that is why in most cases PCI Express 3.0 compatibility is not officially stated
Lucky you all my SB procs completely lack it rolleyes.gif
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SB-e has pcie3.0 for amd. They dont support natively pcie 3.0 for nvidia
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Sandy bridge-E uses PCI-e 2.0 the card can't change that wink.gif

Yes, it can... Was just looking for clarification. It's based on the drivers. With Nvidia you just run the force-gen-3.0.exe, restart, have 3.0.
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Lucky you all my SB procs completely lack it rolleyes.gif

http://www.techpowerup.com/168027/nvidia-releases-pci-express-gen-3-0-enabling-patch-for-sandy-bridge-e-hedt-platform.html
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SB-e has pcie3.0 for amd. They dont support natively pcie 3.0 for nvidia

this is what I was looking for...
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Yes, it can... Was just looking for clarification. It's based on the drivers. With Nvidia you just run the force-gen-3.0.exe, restart, have 3.0.
http://www.techpowerup.com/168027/nvidia-releases-pci-express-gen-3-0-enabling-patch-for-sandy-bridge-e-hedt-platform.html
this is what I was looking for...
I'm running an i5-2300 and a I7 2670QM redface.gif
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