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How To Fix The PCI Express x1 Bug Rev. 3.

Posted on Saturday, September 04 2010 @ 05:31:39 CEST by


User of ASUS and Gigabyte motherboards (maybe others as well) may be affected by a PCI Express x1 bug which causes a tremendous drop in performance. ChampionLLY takes a look at the motherboards and graphics cards affected by this problem and what solutions work, and what doesn’t.

In the second part, he takes a look at the effect that PCI Express x1 bug has on the performance of your system. The results will shock you.

Here are the latest updates in Revision 3.2:
- Added three new motherboards and four new graphics cards to the list of affected hardware.
- Added two new methods on how to fix the PCI Express x1 bug.

Check it out at TechARP.





 



 

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