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6800xt running at pcie x16 1.1

Just bought a new msi rx 6800 xt gaming x trio. and when I check gpuz my card is running only at pcie x16 1.1. I already tried clicking the ? button for the render test for 1 min and still not chaging to pcie x16 3. I also run 2 game horizon zero dawn and cyberpunk 2077 and pcie still remains at pcie x16 1.1.

Ihave ryzen 5 3600

msi b450 gaming pro carbon ac

nvme ssd on the m2 slot near the cpu.

2x8gb skill trident 3200 cl16

also im using a coolermaster riser cable

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it is not. my mobo doesnt support pcie 4.0. When I hover o it it says currently running at pcie 1.1

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7 minutes ago, Shimejii said:

You did not read it properly. Clearly is a PCIE 16x 4.0 @ 16x 1.1 So you are running at pcie 4.0 

 

 

6 minutes ago, Alireza said:

dude

it is running at 4.0

 

6 minutes ago, Alireza said:

dude

it is running at 4.0

 

7 minutes ago, Shimejii said:

You did not read it properly. Clearly is a PCIE 16x 4.0 @ 16x 1.1 So you are running at pcie 4.0 

 

it is not when I mouseover on thegpuz info it say currently running at pcie 1.1. and my board I believe doesnt support pcie 4

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28 minutes ago, Alireza said:

dude

it is running at 4.0

 

29 minutes ago, Shimejii said:

You did not read it properly. Clearly is a PCIE 16x 4.0 @ 16x 1.1 So you are running at pcie 4.0 

 

B450 doesn't support PCIe 4.0.

And that says it supports 4.0 and is running at 1.1.

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fix it by removing the riser cable directly using the pcie on the board. Weird because I have a nvidiacard before and its using pcie 3 when Im using the riser cable

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26 minutes ago, raven123 said:

fix it by removing the riser cable directly using the pcie on the board. Weird because I have a nvidiacard before and its using pcie 3 when Im using the riser cable

yeah ive seen that

some risers cant keep up with the speed of gen 4

but go to the bios and find the pci express mode

you can switch to gen 3 there

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