Does any know if there are any AM3+ motherboards with pci 3.0?

does any know if there are any AM3+ motherboards with pci 3.0?
also are any decent am3+ motherboards with enough space for crossfire(doesn't have to be pci 3.0)?
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  1. no, AMD dosent support PCI-E 3.0 yet, and it really dosen't matter at the moment

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128514
  2. No, AMD has not implemented PCIe 3.0 on any of their Chipsets or CPU's yet. The Radeon HD 7xxx series graphics cards do support PCIe 3.0. However, it's not really that big of a deal because there aren't any devices that can saturate the bandwidth of PCIe 2.0 yet.
  3. for cfx it best if the mobo had 2 pciex 2.0@16x separated 2 pci lines and they don't share bandwidth.....

    for the model... ...... ..... (hunting time!!)
  4. By the time AMD does bring out PCie 3.0, PCie 4.0 will be out like the end of next year, so what's the point in upgrading atm? I'm going to wait another year and stick with my asus crosshair v formula thunderbolt and x3 factory oc gigabyte 570's with 1100t x6 AMD oc. Runs everything maxed out np atm, and best to wait to see what the new console's will be running, as most games will be ported from them anyway. Build a new rig based around that. :bounce:
  5. PCI-E 4.0 still has a few years in the making, i would expect a 3.1 or somthing before 4 comes out
  6. Mombasa69 said:
    By the time AMD does bring out PCie 3.0, PCie 4.0 will be out like the end of next year, so what's the point in upgrading atm? I'm going to wait another year and stick with my asus crosshair v formula thunderbolt and x3 factory oc gigabyte 570's with 1100t x6 AMD oc. Runs everything maxed out np atm, and best to wait to see what the new console's will be running, as most games will be ported from them anyway. Build a new rig based around that. :bounce:


    original pci-e:2003
    1.1:2005
    2.0:2007
    2.1:uuuh
    3.0:made in 2010, released 2012

    mind my source for the dates is wikipedia, the dates looked reasonable so i trust them

    but my point being, it took them 5 years to go to 2.0, 5 years to release 3.0, so do i smell a pattern?

    and good luck finding a first hand phenom II chip, quad cores are easy, but the hex cores have dissapeared
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