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How to know what PCIe speed gpu is running at?

I looked in GPUz earlier and it says that my GPU is running in 16x at PCIe 1.1. Is there any other software that I can double check this in?

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Asus users can check and change value in BIOS.

 

EDIT: At least ROG users can... not sure about other product lines.

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4 minutes ago, Rlmva said:

I looked in GPUz earlier and it says that my GPU is running in 16x at PCIe 1.1. Is there any other software that I can double check this in?

 

Start the render test, I bet it jumps to 3.0.

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Nvidia GPUs idle low, you need to give it some load like decoding a video or running a game. Heck even GPU-Z's render test will do.

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