Cooling Technology ?

hi guys i recently found out that new mobos using a thing in theire PCI slot to make it Cooler & faster . Not sure IF this technology is from ASUS or GIGA .

Which one has that technology ?
which one is cooler & faster ?
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  1. As I replied in your other thread, I assume you are referring to PCI Express 3.0 - it effectively doubles the PCIe lane speeds. It's release keeps getting pushed back; my best "guess" is late Q4 2010 or Q1 2011.

    BTW - Here's a discussion link -
    Currently, {Consumer} 4-WAY GTX 480 won't saturate the current PCIe 2.x; I would assume it will take "4-WAY Dual Dual/Quad Core GPUs 4*2*4 {32 cores}" -> Fantasy now GPUs.
  2. It was good but , it wasnt answer of Question , please just say the WORD , ASUS or GIGA ? which one has that technology
  3. The other post {your post} I did - ASUS.

    Also, the only temps that get my attention, in order, are: CPU, NB, SB, RAM - to some degree VRegs.
  4. ASUS doesnt touch PCI slot ? i saw that GIA when use es USB 3.0 or SATA 3 , PCI e Decrease to 8X , so what about the time that some person ONLY PLAY games , in that time he doesnt use USB 3.0 , what would happen PCI will be 16X or 8x on GIGA mobo ?
  5. Copy/paste your other post.

    First, I personally won't choose either MOBO. My preference for ANY Intel is EVGA, and then ASUS, next MSI and dead last Gigabyte. And I did say, "ASUS has less of a problem managing heat than Gigabyte" - so I don't know WHAT I'm MISSING???!

    All of these MOBO are PCIe 2.0, exception EVGA P55 FTW SLI | 132-LF-E657-KR PCIe 2.1.

    Out of the mix I only can recommend the ASUS P7P55D-E Pro, and after that then neither of the (2) MOBOs would I recommend. I know you're making a regrettable mistake over $30 USD.

    Personally, I like the EVGA P55 FTW SLI | 132-LF-E657-KR, but I'd settle with the ASUS P7P55D-E Pro. I would NOT build off either the ASUS P7P55D-E or GA-P55A-UD3. Gigabyte has known H/W issues with the Intel chipsets. I see 10:1 Gigabyte unresolvable problems to ASUS in this forum.

    Further, PCIe "temps" is an non-issue with either Gigabyte or ASUS; ASUS overall runs cooler.

    PCIe 2.x vs PCIe 3.x - According to you, and the $30 decision, I seriously doubt that you would spend the extra $50+ to $100 for the PCIe 3.x, and if you did with (1) or (2) CF mid-level GPUs then you'd be totally wasting your $!
  6. The point you are missing is that your GPU will barely if even saturate x4 PCIe, not to mention x8 and FORGET about the x16 - not even a dent!
  7. Listen , i cant buy More than those mobos ( budget Limitaion ) , & then i am NOT gonna Overclock any parts , Not gonna USE SLI or Crossfire .

    All i wanna do is to run Single 5850 at 16X under 1440 REZ & fast gaming , with i5 760 & 4GB of ram . thats all , so according to my needs , POST new answer .
  8. Somehow - you are ignoring the post and dwelling on something WRONG.

    The HD 5850 will NOT saturate an x4 PCIe lane; therefore (2) will NOT saturate x4/x4 lanes.

    HD 5850 runs at 100 MPH the x4 Lane is good for 120 MPH
    2 HD 5850 runs at 100 MPH on EACH x4 Lane is good for 120 MPH (times 2)

    The SLOW part is the HD 5850, and NOT the faster x4 PCIe 2.0 Lanes.
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