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Asus Maximus IX Code intel 750SSD PCI-e issues

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HI
I cannot get this pci-e ssd to work in the 3rd slot (4x)
only works in the second and drops my 1080ti into 8x mode in the primary pci e
must be a bios setting I'm missing.
I did enable 4x in the bios for the 3rd pci slot
bios 1009.
any ideas
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BIOS Advanced Menu > Onboard Devices Configuration>PCIEX4_3 Bandwidth
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BIOS Advanced Menu > Onboard Devices Configuration>PCIEX4_3 Bandwidth

Thank you
I do have the link selected to 4x
I need to work out again to upload some pics of my bios
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same with a maximus x hero z370 and a 8700k ***???
I must be missing something, why am I running out of pcie lanes???
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It's pci-e NVMe, so my understanding is it'll take it's lane form the cpu. So 8x for the gpu and 4x for the 750.

I have the 750 too going 8700k soon. I'd expect this to happen when it's all set up. Other wise I'm going M.2 NVMe so it runs off the chipset. My card will be 16x.

8x pci-E 3.0 won't hurt you at all though, plenty bandwidth for a gpu.
    
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same with a maximus x hero z370 and a 8700k ***???
I must be missing something, why am I running out of pcie lanes???
Are you using any of the PCI-E x1 slots?
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It's pci-e NVMe, so my understanding is it'll take it's lane form the cpu. So 8x for the gpu and 4x for the 750.

I have the 750 too going 8700k soon. I'd expect this to happen when it's all set up. Other wise I'm going M.2 NVMe so it runs off the chipset. My card will be 16x.

8x pci-E 3.0 won't hurt you at all though, plenty bandwidth for a gpu.
This is not correct, NVME M.2 or PCI-E will work of the chipset lanes and either will be bootable smile.gif
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Hope that's the case. Been using this 40 lanes cpu for so long, a 16 lane 8700k is a little confusing.
    
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Hope that's the case. Been using this 40 lanes cpu for so long, a 16 lane 8700k is a little confusing.
With main stream platform you have 1x 16PCI-E slot and another below it which is electrically only x8. These 2 slots are directly from the CPU, using SLI drops these slots to x8/x8. Every other slot, M.2 slots, SATA ports,USB ports all come from the 24 chipset lanes and are interfaced with CPU via DMI 3.0 which has a bandwidth of 4x PCI-E lanes smile.gif
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