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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 04-16-2019, 02:08 AM - Thread Starter
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PLX chip latency, please explain

Wanted to post here too, because there is no "general motherboard" discussion forum

I have read up about PLX chip latency, but it doesn't state where latency is showing up when running a board with PLX chip, I had ASUS TUF FX99 that had PLX, but I never knew it

Where is the latency showing up, in frame pacing (ms), in other things?

I don't understand this part.

I will only do a single GPU in x16 pcie slot, and firewire card for an audio device in x1 pcie slot below it.
I want max performance in gaming, and lowest latency in frames rendered. Right now I am getting about 6.8-8 ms in between frames, which is phenomenal with 9900k.

I would hate to lose performance. Do you suggest getting a board with no PLX chip instead? I am having an issue with a current motherboard, hence the switch.
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