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ChiefGunny

Better preformance in a 8x pci-e than the 16x pci-e

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I needed to move my GTX 970 to a lower PCI-e slot in order to get the H100i GTX lines off the top of my card and lower heat in my cpu cuz the backplate on the card that was touching was getting really hot and heating up the lines. So i ran Cinebench R15 OpenGL and got a 150.69 fps then i ran it in the 8x and got a 155.17 fps score lol. Also without a OC on my card i got a 141.88 fps in 16x and a 147.54 in 8x without a oc lol. Why is that? Ive seen similar things online with people saying the samething on all diff motherboards.

 

I ran the test mutible times on both and got the same results everytime. CineBench R15 is really really good at giving consistant results everytime. Everytime i run it if nothing has changed i get the exact same results everytime.

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that is variable error margin diffrence and if you redo the test it can get lower or higher on either


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As said above u wont really see a difference between 16x and 8x pci-e. Here are some gaming tests http://www.pugetsystems.com/labs/articles/Impact-of-PCI-E-Speed-on-Gaming-Performance-518/


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