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so i have a gt 1030 and its in a x16 pcie slot but for some reason it reads as a x4 im so confused on how it change can someone help me with this

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From where did you got that reading from?

And which motherboard are you using?

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5 minutes ago, Koka458 said:

From where did you got that reading from?

And which motherboard are you using?

GPU-Z And speccy 

OEM DELL Mobo Model 0GXM1W

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16 minutes ago, Mattk13 said:

so i have a gt 1030 and its in a x16 pcie slot but for some reason it reads as a x4 im so confused on how it change can someone help me with this

PCIE 3.0?

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Just now, Mattk13 said:

yes

You are fine a GT1030 is not fast enough to saturate the connection. Now if it were 2.0 or if you had a 1050, this may present an issue.

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1 minute ago, Wh0_Am_1 said:

You are fine a GT1030 is not fast enough to saturate the connection. Now if it were 2.0 or if you had a 1050, this may present an issue.

Thank god i'm just worried

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2 minutes ago, Wh0_Am_1 said:

You are fine a GT1030 is not fast enough to saturate the connection. Now if it were 2.0 or if you had a 1050, this may present an issue.

Cause its pcie x4 it says its 2.0 

but its a 3.0 mobo

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2 minutes ago, Mattk13 said:

 

Cause its pcie x4 it says its 2.0 

but its a 3.0 mobo

Hold on a moment I just looked up the MOBO, and it is a Sandy Bridge chipset, and Sandy bridge does not support 3.0, so the card goes into a PCIE 2.0 mode.

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Just now, Wh0_Am_1 said:

Hold on a moment I just looked up the MOBO, and it is a Sandy Bridge chipset, and Sandy bridge does not support 3.0, so the card goes into a PCIE 2.0 mode.

will it affect the gt 1030

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1 minute ago, Mattk13 said:

will it affect the gt 1030

Maybe, what slot is it in? Blue or black?

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Just now, Wh0_Am_1 said:

Maybe, what slot is it in? Blue or black?

blue

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Just now, Mattk13 said:

blue

... that is why, this chipset is reversed, put it in the black one.

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Just now, Wh0_Am_1 said:

... that is why, this chipset is reversed put it in the black one.

it says the same thing X4 i just tried it before i came on the forums

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4 minutes ago, Wh0_Am_1 said:

... that is why, this chipset is reversed, put it in the black one.

Will it affect the gt 1030

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1 minute ago, Mattk13 said:

Will it affect the gt 1030

probably not, try bench marking it.

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1 minute ago, Wh0_Am_1 said:

probably not, try bench marking it.

gta 5 gets 40-70 fps high settings no MSAA 

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Just now, Mattk13 said:

gta 5 gets 40-70 fps high settings no MSAA 

sounds right, but I recommend a benchmark that puts against other gpus of the same model. Do you have the DDR4 or GDDR5 model?

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Just now, Wh0_Am_1 said:

sounds right, but I recommend a benchmark that puts against other gpus of the same model. Do you have the DDR4 or GDDR5 model?

GDDR5

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Just now, Mattk13 said:

GDDR5

Okay good, try the bench mark site that I linked, and check how it compares to others of the same model.

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1 minute ago, Wh0_Am_1 said:

Okay good, try the bench mark site that I linked, and check how it compares to others of the same model.

i dont see any link

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1 minute ago, Wh0_Am_1 said:

Okay good, try the bench mark site that I linked, and check how it compares to others of the same model.

Found it

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