PCIe: Can I connect more than one device on one lane? Tags: Chipsets Connection Devices Motherboards pj0585 February 28, 2013 10:26:11 AM Hi, This is my first post to Toms Hardware. I'm sorry if this is the wrong thread for this question. I'm using a ARM controller that has PCIe (Gen 2.0) single (x1) lane only. This ARM will be the root complex of my design. I want to connect 2 PCIe devices to this ARM as PCIe endpoints. Do I need to use a PCIe switch for this? Is daisy chain supported in PCIe ? Regards, Pj More about : pcie connect device lane Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Will pci-e 2.0 @2 times x16 lane cf/sli be faster than x8 mode 2.0 Forum I7-870 or i7-950? Mobo? Want USB3,SATA3, 16 Lane Gfx Forum K9 40 lane dual "true" 16x out now. Forum PCIe Lane limit ??? Forum wireless bridges that support more than one device using a.. Forum Radeon HD 6450 possibly run well in PCIe X16 x4 lane /electrical... Forum More than ONE Bluetooth Device Forum Win 7 networking problem - more than one NAT Forum PCI-e Lanes - a question. Forum What phones can connect simultaneously to more than one bl.. Forum More than one ATI FirePro 2460? Forum Framrate drops when I walk away for more than one minute Forum HOw to connect more than one switches in s a single network Forum H67 / H61 PCIe lanes too few? Forum Compatibility Forum How to make sure I'm running PCIE Gen 3? Forum Asus wont connect to internet to update bios Forum Can i add 2x8GB ram to a dual channel motherboard with 2x4Gb? Forum Ecs motherboards: unable to connect to speaker/buzzer in motherboard Forum Can I mix this Tri Channel memory combo Forum More resources Read discussions in other Motherboards categories BIOS Boot Chipsets ASRock Asus Chaintech DFI Elitegroup FIC Foxconn Gigabyte Intel MSI-Microstar !