|04 Dec 2012||#22|
Yes I have just seen this on another forum too. I think this is the correct answer.
So my main concern was based on a faulty assumption about all Ivy bridge CPUs supporting PCI-e Gen3. Well clearly not all of them
Thank you for helping me sort this out
I will mark this as solved and live with what I get for a while. Maybe then I'll start worrying about my 3D Mark scores being at the minimum limit
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