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    Palit GeForce RTX 3060 Dual OC

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    Re: Palit GeForce RTX 3060 Dual OC

    Quote Originally Posted by hexus
    support for Resizable Bar over PCIe 4
    And PCIe 3 (kind of the whole point since Intel are a bit lagging on PCIe 4).

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    Re: Palit GeForce RTX 3060 Dual OC

    PCIe4 is redundent, as it all changes to PCIe5 and DDr5 next year

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    Re: Palit GeForce RTX 3060 Dual OC

    Quote Originally Posted by eXistenZ View Post
    PCIe4 is redundent, as it all changes to PCIe5 and DDr5 next year
    So it's not redundant, if we don't have a replacement yet? Also I'm not sure how DDR5 has anything to do with it. Did you mean to say PCIe 4 will be redundant when its replacement comes out? If so, well, sure, kind of obvious Though because of backwards compatibility it's still useful.

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    Re: Palit GeForce RTX 3060 Dual OC

    PCIe 5.0 is already "out" - "On 29 May 2019, PCI-SIG officially announced the release of the final PCI-Express 5.0 specification." Just being a pedant. We haven't got access to any kit that uses it, yet.

    Also, it's all backward compatible, so I don't think "redundant" is the right term - even after PCIe 5.0 becomes available on consumer motherboards/chipsets there will still be a lot of kit out there using 4.0 and 3.0 so those standards will still be currency and in use. "Superseded" might be a better term for us non time travelling luddites

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