Originally posted by Panther5060
that is also a 128-bit card... not a 256-bit, there goes half your performance.
256-bit=32 bytes xfer
128=16 bytes xfer
let benchmarks be the judge of performance....
just because one card is 256 bit compared to a 128 bit card, does not mean it gives better performance
just like clock speeds, a higher clock speed doesn't necessarily mean better performance
and also, it is not PCI-X
it is PCI-E
PCI-X is a 64-bit expansion slot used in severs
PCI-E is the newer serial version of PCI, which is what we're talking about here