PCI-Express is a high-speed expansion bus which is developed to replace older buses such as PCI and AGP. The most common use of PIC-Express is the GPU installation on motherboards.

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troubles with PCI-E passthrough with qemu on ubuntu: pci-stub/bind says no such device

so im trying to bind my second radeon card to pci-stub, as per instructions for setting up GPU passthrough in here, but once i get to binding the card to pci-stub, it tells me it isnt there. this is ...
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Will Loading Up My PCI Express Slots Affect GPU Performance?

I wanted to know if loading up my PCI bus with different cards will affect my GPU's gaming performance. I have a ASUS Maximus VI Formula with 3 PCIe x16 3.0 slots and 3 PCIe x1 slots. I have a single ...
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Gigabyte GA-J1800N-D2H: mini-pcie ssd?

I'm currently building a HTPC and want to add a small System OS SSD to this board: Gigabyte GA-J1800N-D2H The specs list a Mini-PCIe port on that board, but the manual says it's only valid for ...
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PCI 2.1 NIC in 2.0 slot

I recently bought a cheap NIC which I think has a x8 PCI slot. On the box it says: "Compatible with PCI revision 2.1/2.2/2.3". I want to use this in the MSI H81M-E34. On the site from MSI it says ...
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What is a PCI-Express Lane?

I am reading an article bemoaning i7-5820K Will Only Have 28 PCI-Express Lanes compared to its sibling processors having 40 lanes. Isn't 28 lanes already too many? How many lanes would a normal home ...
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Does PCI-Express speed affect the memory bandwith and clock speed of my graphics card?

I need to buy a CUDA compatible graphics card for color grading work, and a lot of questions are popping up. Mainly this: If I put a card that supports PCI-E 3.0 into a 2.0 slot, does that have a ...
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ThinkCentre M71e PCIe network card not showing up

I bought a ThinkCentre M71e (3134-C4U) with the intention of using it connected to several separate physical networks. I bought a PCIe Network card (SuperMicro AOC-SG-I2) with two additional network ...
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Large video card bends under own weight

My ASUS GTX 770 card is so long and heavy that it bends under its own weight. The following picture is not mine, but my situation looks exactly like it: The bending has already become permanent, ...
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How can mainboards provide more PCIe lanes than the chipset?

I'm currently choosing parts for a new computer, with my main focus on high PCI Express speed and a large number of slots. In this iteration, I will probably choose a board with an Intel Z97 chipset. ...
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How do I deal with too few internal PCIe power connectors for a GPU?

I have an HP Z820 workstation and currently I have an Nvidia Quadro 600 (for display) and a GFX Titan (for CUDA computing) installed. The Titan takes up all the available internal PCI-Express ...
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Error Booting from PCI-E Drive

To cut straight to the point. I have a computer. It has two solid state drives. One is pci-e, one is not. They both have ubuntu installed on them. I can boot from one hard drive, but I cannot boot ...
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Can multiple PCIe host devices enumerate the same piece of hardware?

I have a host device consisting of an Intel CPU and a PCIe switch; and I also have an adapter card which itself has some CPU, some PCIe end-point peripherals, and a PCIe switch. Normally only the ...
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What difference does sharing secondary PCIe x16 with other PCIe lanes (x16 and x1s) make?

I'm about to buy a motherboard and I have a difficulty understanding how sharing PCIe lanes works. I have two motherboard options: Gigabyte GA-Z97-HD3 Gigabyte GA-Z97X-SLI. Lets call them ...
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Mac Air SSD in new Mac Mini?

So I bought a new Mac Air in early 2014 that I promptly rested on the boot of my car before leaving work. Cut a long story short it falls off on the motorway and gets run over. Despite a smashed ...
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PSU has 2 PCI-e cables, and I don't know how to use their endings or if I need to use ONLY one cable

I've started to assemble my new PC and when I've finally attached my Gygabyte NVIDIA GPU (GTX 760), it needs some kind of PSU power, in the form of 6 + 8 holed socket. So far so good. My PSU (Cooler ...
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What is the “known hardware incompatibility” that disables PCIe Active State Power Management? How do I fix it?

I'm on Windows 7. I just ran a Power Efficiency Diagnostics Report through powercfg -energy and I got this error: Platform Power Management Capabilities:PCI Express Active-State Power Management ...
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Can a smaller Firewire800 PCIE card replace another larger Firewire 800 Card?

Unfortunately I found the headers on my computer's belkin 3-port Firewire 800 all tilted back somehow, and they snapped off when I tilted them forward to where they should be. As a quick fix, I have ...
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PCI Express x1 in a PCI Slot

Will this work? I found a cheap serial port card I need for a POS receipt printer but I'm not sure if the computer has a PCI Express x1 slot. For sure it has a PCI slot though so I'm wondering if I ...
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Why is my PCI-Express 3.0 graphics card running as PCI-Express x16 v2.0?

My new computer is a top value machine: Motherboard ASUS CrossHair V Formula Z CPU FX-9370 DRAM 2.133MHz GPU Radeon R9 280X PSU Corsair AX1200i All drivers are up to date (as for today: September ...
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error code 62 when installing a graphics card

Ok first let me say that when i first built my system everything works perfectly i had 2 msi lighting r9 290x's running in crossfire. The computer booted up with both graphic cards just fine, ...
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Intel 10Gbps card bandwidth

I have an Intel 10Gbps card that has the 82599 10GbE Controller. The card has two ports in it. The datasheet of the controller says it supports PCIe 2.0 (2.5 GT/s or 5.0 GT/s) Now, according to PCIe ...
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HP Pavilion p6000 - Support Nvidia CUDA cards?

HP Pavilion p6000 AMD II Seems to have a large PCI-E and 3 small PCI-E slots. I think it is a PCI-E 2 but I can't confirm. I was hoping to put one of these in it: ...
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Does PCIe x1 mean a standard height and full length?

I need a new computer that have a PCIe x1 slot that takes an standard height, full length PCIe card. In this specification (taken from HP Z230 Tower Workstation, ...
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What interface do I need for my graphics card?

The motherboard died on a gaming laptop belonging to a friend of mine, and I am rebuilding it as a desktop as a favor for him. According to the specs from alienware's website and several ...
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USB 3.0 hard drive in usb 3 port only recognized as usb 2

Today, I bought a Sabrent CP-4PTU USB 3.0 PCI Express Controller. I installed the latest software from the website, and after a reboot, I plugged in a USB 3.0 hard drive into the controller, and the ...
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4-Port Ethernet to PCIe Options

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How to properly install ethernet card

I picked up a PCIe ethernet card because my ethernet port stopped working. I got this ethernet card. I have the following motherboard. I'm having trouble figuring out how to plug it in. My ...
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SBC that interfaces with firewire and ethernet

I have been looking around for a single board computer that can pull in information from a 6-pin firewire device, use Linux to do some computation on that incoming data, and then send information out ...
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Why are bigger PCIe cards mechanically incompatible with smaller slots?

Why are higher-lane PCIe cards mechanically incompatible with lower-lane slots? For example, why are the x8 slots designed in such a way that an x16 card can not be inserted into them? They could have ...
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Will a PCI Express x16 2.0 slot work with a PCI Express x16 3.0 graphic card

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Virtualbox, Windows 7, how do I remove “ATA Device” from msinfo32 and Device Manager?

In Virtualbox, you can change the hard drive or DVD name, manufacturer, serial, etc. (Virtualbox manual, 9.9.2.). However, the friendly name always ends with "ATA Device", after the normal formula of ...
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Searching for PCI-Express 2.0 compatible AMD graphics cards (with CrossFireX)

I still have an Asus AMD motherboard (Socket AM3+) that has PCI-Express 2.0/2.0x16 slots. It appears that all the HD Radeon series 6000-7000 cards are PCI 3.0. Are there any HD Radeon cards ...
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Desktop graphics card on laptop [closed]

Does anyone know of a external adaptor or enclosure, that would allow a nvidia graphics card (PCI E) to connect to a Mac mini, over USB3 or better yet thundbolt port as it suposedly has more ...
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Graphics card pci-e slots for R9-280X

When removing my graphics card I accidentally snapped the clip off the pci-e slot. I've got an R9-280X graphics card on an ASUS® Z87M-PLUS: m-ATX motherboard. I've put the graphics card back in and ...
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AzureWave AR5B93 in Debian

I installed debian on my laptop few months ago. Everything was great and there were no (well, only a few) problems. I removed the wireless card (An AzureWave AR5B93), and today when I tried to put it ...
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What version expresscard slot do I have?

My laptop Elitebook 8640p has a Express card slot. But i dont know version of this Pci-e slot. Please help me detect version of this PIC-e slot (ver 1.0 or ver 2.0). This is result of PC-wizard ...
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Unbind a driver from PCIe device on windows

To unbind a driver from the device on Linux, we can use echo 0000:00:dev > /sys/bus.../unbind. This just unbinds the driver from device and we don't need to uninstall the entire driver. I want to ...
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Dell Vostro 3550 have a PCIE or MPCIE or MXM slot?

So I was wondering if the Dell Vostro 3550 has a PCIE or MPCIE or MXM slot that I could swap out the current component using it and replace it with a gpu? I've tried looking at service manual's and ...
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Does the Inspiron 15 3537 have a PCIE or MXM slot?

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On PCIe 1.0, does a 64 bits graphic card could be compatible with 32 bits OS (Windows 7 32bits)

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What are the performance differences between PCI-Express x16 and x4

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SATA 3 PCIe Controller working with decreased performance (slower than SATA 2)

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SY-PEX24028 NIC is not detected by FM2A88X-ITX+ motherboard

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SMBus/I2C on a PCIe Bus

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Can the linux kernel enumerate pcie devices beyond what the bios can?

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What card i need to attach SATA drives to server

I have IBM System x3650 M2 and it has only SAS drives attached It has 7 PCI-e empty slots. I want to know what type of card i need which i can put in PCI-E so that i can join 2 SATA drives of higher ...
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Can I use any fibre channel card with IBM server or there is a special type?

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PCIe slots failure on Motherboard

The motherboard I'm using is Gigabyte H67M-D2-B3. When I was using my old Graphics Card (Sapphire HD 6850), my computer crashes once in a while quite randomly/unpredictably. Sometimes BSOD related to ...
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Does the DELL T3400 CN-0TP412 Motherboard support PCI-E 3.0?

Just a quick question, I've got a DELL T3400 CN-0TP412 Motherboard, and I was wondering if: it is compatible with "PCI-E 3.0" video cards? Are there any performance implications (if PCI-E is ...
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Why can't PCIe devices share lanes?

On older chip-sets it was not possible to have a dedicated graphics card in the PEG slot and have the Integrated Graphics Device (IGD) enabled at the same time. After looking online I found this was ...