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post #31 of 37 (permalink) Old 01-25-2019, 08:34 AM
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I'm still rocking PCIe 2.0.

Still rocking AGP !



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Hoping to see this improve expansion situations in sff with bifurcation.

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Hoping to see this improve expansion situations in sff with bifurcation.
Is t that part of the spec to a point we won't have the same issue on x299 were only select boards will have it? And what about the DMI Link any idea if they going to upgrade that past 3.0.with these? Would be pointless if they didn't

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Alllllll the bandwidth and nothing to really do with it...

I'm all for it, lol. Now please just get SSD capacities and prices to keep dropping so I can shrink my NAS and get rid of the spinning rust
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Pcie keeps updating while sata is stagnant.

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Pcie keeps updating while sata is stagnant.
SATA express was the "next generation" of SATA, but nothing ever really used it, M.2 is just too useful and SATA express too inconvenient. SATA-IO thought it wasn't worth the effort to make a 12gb/s version of SATA when they could just use the already existing PCIe like everyone else to transfer data. SATA 6gb/s is good enough for hard drives and anything too fast for that is going to be using M.2, U.2, or a PCIe slot anyway.


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