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what about XII Apex?

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Apex is usually the best mobo in the world for extreme memory OC and CPU, I think this time won't be different, right?

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what about XII Apex?
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Can we also include PCI-E 4.0 'hardware ready' ? This is important as it appears some boards aren't going to support it or don't have the necessary hardware.

So far it seems MSI, AsRock, and Gigabyte boards support PCIE 4.0 hardware and will support it with Rocket Lake CPUs. EVGA and Asus both have no mention of it in their promotional materials or under specs on their product web page.

This is a pretty big deal if you don't want to purchase a new motherboard down the road just to get PCIE 4.0 which will likely be supported by all new graphics cards going forward.
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EVGA and Asus both have no mention of it in their promotional materials or under specs on their product web page.
Because it's under NDA. Currently Intel is preparing their official statement about this situation.

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So far it seems MSI, AsRock, and Gigabyte boards support PCIE 4.0 hardware and will support it with Rocket Lake CPUs
And they violate the NDA with their statements about PCIE 4.0.
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Can we also include PCI-E 4.0 'hardware ready' ? This is important as it appears some boards aren't going to support it or don't have the necessary hardware.

So far it seems MSI, AsRock, and Gigabyte boards support PCIE 4.0 hardware and will support it with Rocket Lake CPUs. EVGA and Asus both have no mention of it in their promotional materials or under specs on their product web page.

This is a pretty big deal if you don't want to purchase a new motherboard down the road just to get PCIE 4.0 which will likely be supported by all new graphics cards going forward.
it is not hard to check whether the model of z490 does support gen 4 or not.
gen 4 ready in hardware level means there are gen 4 specific hardwares/chips on pcb, like pcie gen4 switches, and gen4 bclk generator.

for example, gen 4 switches are needed for the (first) m.2 slot to get back the 11th gen rocket lake cpu's storage specific gen4 x4 lanes.
current z490 m.2 slots are all wired to z490 chipset, and lots of z490s have also wired to cpu to be gen 4 ready later.

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Because it's under NDA. Currently Intel is preparing their official statement about this situation.



And they violate the NDA with their statements about PCIE 4.0.
You could build an old 2011 socket board with PCIE 4.0 parts on it and call it PCIE 4.0 ready, I don't see brands on their board pages talking about next generation CPUs with PCIE 4.0 at all. Point that out where they do as I just looked at a few and did not see it.

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