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post #1 of 37 (permalink) Old 01-19-2019, 10:09 PM - Thread Starter
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[Tom's Hardware] PCIe 5.0 Is Ready For Prime Time

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PCIe 5.0 Is Ready For Prime Time




The industry has been stuck on PCIe 3.0 for roughly seven years, and even though the first support for PCIe 4.0 on the desktop will land soon in AMD's third-gen Ryzen chips and the first PCIe 4.0 SSDs just cropped up, the industry is already adopting PCIe 5.0. The new standard doubles throughput over PCIe 4.0, yielding a data rate of 32 GT/s.
Today PCI-SIG, the organization that defines PCIe standards, announced that it ratified Version 0.9 of the PCI Express 5.0 specification, signaling that end devices will come to market in the near future. (Companies design end devices as early as revision 0.4 and often launch with 0.9.)

https://www.tomshardware.com/news/pc...ion,38460.html
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Bring on nvme m.2 or U.2 with 30GBS read/write speeds.

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Its getting to the point where we may start to see additional processors as PCIE expansion cards running near full speed.


deep learning specific processors, off-loading game texture creation/mapping, etc...


Bring on the faster PCIE!


Hopefully motherboard chipsets will be able to keep up with 5.0
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Bring on nvme m.2 or U.2 with 30GBS read/write speeds.

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meeeh... Give us 1GB/s 4k random read @ QD=1

~250-300MB/s on Optane 900p/905p is good, but I want more

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I want upgrade my storage on apex x299 Optane boot fast m.2 ssds make Nas do all spinning rust storage.

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^ I agree. Down with the spinning rust! Up with the not spinning rust!

This looks pretty nice though. I wonder what sort of creative uses we'll see take advantage of the additional data rates.


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There be alot of good things ahead with that much transfer. Maybe a new standard that don't use TB for external GPUs

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There be alot of good things ahead with that much transfer. Maybe a new standard that don't use TB for external GPUs

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meeeh... Give us 1GB/s 4k random read @ QD=1

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HUUUUUGE QFT.

I would like this on a single SSD too. Soon-ish.

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So this could mean that we will see a fast jump from PCIE 3.0 to 5.0 and some will just skip 4.0? That would be lovely.

Though AMD have already said they plan to release new chips and cpus with 4.0, there was no word from intel about it. I guess this could be the reason, and they already plan to jump to 5.0 (at least I hope).
The only ones that I know actually incorporate PCIE 4.0 right now are IBM with the power 9, and that is not exactly mass produced compared to others.


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