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TSwisla
post Jun 19 2022, 09:44 PM, updated 5d ago

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hi there..

so i have a ryzen 5600g on a msi b550m mortar. as we know, 5600g only support up to pcie 3.0 while the mobo can go up to pcie 4.0..

so my question is, will i encounter a noticeable performance loss when pairing it with rx 7000 series which support pcie 5.0?

was thinking to buy a rx 6000 series but rx 7000's is close to launch now (mayb?)
laksamana
post Jun 19 2022, 10:08 PM

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Watch some of the pro videos on Youtube eg Linus, Jay's etc (Jay's explains it here around 1'55") https://youtu.be/K007--xD8DU

They will explain to you that at this moment, there is not much hardware that can fully saturate the full bandwidth potential of even PCIe 3.0 i.e. you will want PCIe 4.0 for NVME storage, for example.

So, you should still be safe with PCIe 3.0 for some years to come, if you don't really care about the latest / greatest "number"
TSwisla
post Jun 19 2022, 11:11 PM

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QUOTE(laksamana @ Jun 19 2022, 10:08 PM)
Watch some of the pro videos on Youtube eg Linus, Jay's etc (Jay's explains it here around 1'55") https://youtu.be/K007--xD8DU

They will explain to you that at this moment, there is not much hardware that can fully saturate the full bandwidth potential of even PCIe 3.0 i.e. you will want PCIe 4.0 for NVME storage, for example.

So, you should still be safe with PCIe 3.0 for some years to come, if you don't really care about the latest / greatest "number"
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thanks for da clarification and reference for ur answer. im just wondering if i should ever need to upgrade my rig for dat reason but guess not..

now we wait for da rx 7000's launches biggrin.gif
RT8081
post Jun 20 2022, 10:33 AM

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I think its pointless to uograde when not many hardware utilizes PCI 4.0.

You can probably use the money to add more ram
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post Jun 20 2022, 12:56 PM

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RTX 3080 PCIe Scaling@4k on multiple games.

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Negligible difference if you're running x16 Gen3 speed.

Full Review: https://www.techpowerup.com/review/nvidia-g...xpress-scaling/
TSwisla
post Jun 21 2022, 11:07 AM

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QUOTE(RT8081 @ Jun 20 2022, 10:33 AM)
I think its pointless to uograde when not many hardware utilizes PCI 4.0.

You can probably use the money to add more ram
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i think im good enuff with 2*8gb.. im mostly gaming than other things..
TSwisla
post Jun 21 2022, 11:10 AM

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QUOTE(Acid_RuleZz @ Jun 20 2022, 12:56 PM)
RTX 3080 PCIe Scaling@4k on multiple games.

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Negligible difference if you're running x16 Gen3 speed. 

Full Review: https://www.techpowerup.com/review/nvidia-g...xpress-scaling/
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thanks.. i do run gpu at x16 lane.. although for my cpu it will be limited to gen 3.. but like u mentioned, it wont matter dat much..
RT8081
post Jun 21 2022, 04:08 PM

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QUOTE(wisla @ Jun 21 2022, 11:07 AM)
i think im good enuff with 2*8gb.. im mostly gaming than other things..
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Yup but 8gb is seems to be a bare minimum for win11 gaming.

16gb will be a sweet spot IMO
TSwisla
post Jun 22 2022, 12:53 PM

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QUOTE(RT8081 @ Jun 21 2022, 04:08 PM)
Yup but 8gb is seems to be a bare minimum for win11 gaming.

16gb will be a sweet spot IMO
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yup but i mean 2 x 8gb.. so 16gb of 3200mhz smile.gif
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post Jun 23 2022, 11:39 AM

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QUOTE(wisla @ Jun 22 2022, 12:53 PM)
yup but i mean 2 x 8gb.. so 16gb of 3200mhz smile.gif
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Ah ok, noted. Yeah, should go in pairs

 

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