Does Intel P35 chipset supports PCI-Express 2.0 ??

yes or no ?

i heard that more powerful gpu's than Radeon 4850 or geforce GTS 250/9800GTX+ will bottleneck in pci-e 1.0 mobos. and i saw that many members of this forum use more powerful gpu's than Radeon 4850 or geforce GTS 250/9800GTX+ in P35 chipset. so, does p35 supports pci-e 2.0 ??


thanks.
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  1. You can put a PCI-E 2.0 card into a PCI-E 1.0 slot. That said the P35 only supports PCI-E 1.0. There is a performance penalty, but it's pretty small.
  2. megamanx00 said:
    You can put a PCI-E 2.0 card into a PCI-E 1.0 slot. That said the P35 only supports PCI-E 1.0. There is a performance penalty, but it's pretty small.


    nah, i didn't asked that. but thanks for the reply. i'm using a 9600GT which is PCI-E 2.0 gpu in G965 chipset which does not support pci-e 2.0.

    i need to know that if p35 chipset support pci-e 2.0 or not ?

    read this -

    http://www.bit-tech.net/news/hardware/2007/06/06/p35_supports_pcie_2/1


    is this true ?? i think it's true, what do you say ?
  3. Reading comprehension is your friend: :hello:
    megamanx00 said:
    ...That said the P35 only supports PCI-E 1.0....
  4. Does it support PCI-E 2.0? No, but really there will be NO difference. PCI-E 1.1 will not bottleneck a 2.0 card, especially not a 9600GT. The only performance penalty will be in numbers, throughput, GFLOPS and such, in other words THEORETICAL performance, in games and other graphical applications there will be no difference in performance.
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