New to Overclock.net
Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: the Netherlands
Originally Posted by elmor
The manual is wrong. Both M.2 slots on the DIMM.2 are from the PCH. You don't lose any CPU PCI-e lanes.
Oh wow, I always thought the strongest point of DIMM.2 was that it used CPU lanes and was very close to the CPU to keep the path short.
Do you think it's then more worthwile to use the PCIE slot and an adapter to M.2 NVMe? Since the DIMM.2 completely obstructs all airflow to the RAM modules
Core i9 9900K @ 5.2 || ASUS Maximus XI Apex|| 2x8GB G.Skill FlareX 4600 C18 @ 4133 C17 || GPU: MSI Lightning-Z RTX2080Ti @ 2100MHz || Samsung 970PRO 1TB + 860EVO 2TB || Fractal R6 TG Black || Corsair RM1000x || Screen: LG B8 OLED 55 and LG 34GK950F