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    New PCIe 4.0: Future-Level Performance That Performs Now

    Spring into the future with their new PCIe 4.0. Offering a standard data transfer rate that's double of the previous version.
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    Re: New PCIe 4.0: Future-Level Performance That Performs Now

    Quote Originally Posted by Hexus
    Spring into the future with our new PCIe 4.
    I had no idea Hexus were branching into standards development.. This isn't news, don't really see the point of badly worded press-release regurgitating to be fair.
    Last edited by kalniel; 16-06-2020 at 10:11 AM.

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    Re: New PCIe 4.0: Future-Level Performance That Performs Now

    Sucks for users of Old PCI-E 4.0 - so hard to keep up nowadays!


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    Re: New PCIe 4.0: Future-Level Performance That Performs Now

    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    Sucks for users of Old PCI-E 4.0 - so hard to keep up nowadays!
    Say whaaat? You mean to say my pcie4 motherboard is.... still in date?

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    Re: New PCIe 4.0: Future-Level Performance That Performs Now

    PCI-E 4.0 is so 2019

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    Re: New PCIe 4.0: Future-Level Performance That Performs Now

    Quote Originally Posted by MrJim View Post
    PCI-E 4.0 is so 2019

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    Re: New PCIe 4.0: Future-Level Performance That Performs Now

    Quote Originally Posted by ik9000 View Post
    Say whaaat? You mean to say my pcie4 motherboard is.... still in date?
    It's OLD PCI-E 4.0,so it's sadly out of date!


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    Re: New PCIe 4.0: Future-Level Performance That Performs Now

    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    It's OLD PCI-E 4.0,so it's sadly out of date!
    You're taking the pee right? Next you'll be telling me my DDR4 is old DDR4...

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    Re: New PCIe 4.0: Future-Level Performance That Performs Now

    Quote Originally Posted by ik9000 View Post
    You're taking the pee right? Next you'll be telling me my DDR4 is old DDR4...
    DRAM makers:hold my beer.


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    Re: New PCIe 4.0: Future-Level Performance That Performs Now

    this is genuine hardcore,human error

    not all PR is news, so we will reapply the voltage,,,,,

    on it

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    Re: New PCIe 4.0: Future-Level Performance That Performs Now

    To save anyone else googling for what this actually is...

    https://www.silicon-power.com/web/us/product-US70

    I guessed it was an ssd, and I suppose a bigger brand would have done a better press release. Nice sign if budget m.2 cards are getting PCIe4 support though.

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