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Old 10-03-2007, 09:20 PM   #31 (permalink)
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I think you're wrong but I can't confirm. PCI-E 1.1 has 16 lanes, where as PCI-E 2.0 has 32 lanes.
oh ok... i'll take your word for it..
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oh ok... i'll take your word for it..
I wikied it
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Actually, upon more reading, PCI-E 1.1 and 2.0 have the same number of lanes, just that the 2.0 has double bandwidth.
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Actually, upon more reading, PCI-E 1.1 and 2.0 have the same number of lanes, just that the 2.0 has double bandwidth.
i know that, but i didnt know that it still sticks with 16 lanes.

in ur opinion, do u think that the 8800GT can beat the 8800GTS or GTX in some areas of benchmarking because it's PCI-E 2.0 on a PCI-E 2.0 compatible mobo?
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no...but its great for the price
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no...but its great for the price
uh k wasnt asking u but alright.

if u think about it, it has double the bandwidth, shouldnt that change much for the card itself?

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oo u got the 2900 Pro, how is it? Did u OC it? I really want one, i plan on getting one once i have the money.
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ahh my bad lol didnt see that. What about my question?:

*if u think about it, it has double the bandwidth, shouldnt that change much for the card itself?*
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double the bandwidth should not make any difference really since PCI-E right now doesn't max out the bandwidth of current cards...
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i'm not a big expert, but there's very very little difference between agp 4x and 8x, and from what i hear PCI-E 8x isn't much different than 4x or 16x
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