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Old 09-11-13, 03:31 PM   #59
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Default Re: Post Your Rig 2013 Edition

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Originally Posted by slaWter View Post
Haswell has enough PCIe lanes for normal SLI, even the previous desktop platform had that.
More are only required for 3 or 4 way systems.
I think there was a case that at Surround resolutions, there was a sizable difference between 8x8 PCI-E lanes vs 16x16 for dual GPU systems, but that might have been at the 2.0 spec.

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Originally Posted by slaWter View Post
And no, nVidia automatically enables PCIe 3.0 in their drivers. This is also valid for the new Ivy Bridge E. Only Sandy Bridge E had that problem. The chipset does not matter because the PCIe lanes come from the CPUs.
D'oh, I knew that, I probably should have worded it if the 4770K still required the hack.
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