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How To Fix The PCI Express x1 Bug Rev. 4.0

Posted on Tuesday, March 15 2011 @ 03:31:25 CET by


TechARP takes a look at how you can fix a PCIe x1 bug that's found on several older ASUS, Gigabyte and MSI motherboards. You can check it out over here.
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 4.0:
- Added three new motherboards and five new graphics cards to the list of affected hardware.
- Added two new methods that have been proven to fix the PCI Express x1 bug.
- Updated the list of methods that fail to fix the problem.
- Numerous changes throughout the article.



 



 

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