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    Re: PCI Express 6.0 by eoy 2021/07/02 05:12:23 (permalink)
    PCI-E Express 6 as far as I am aware isn't ready for implementation until 2023. No doubt the implementation will first be on business/enterprise servers. 

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    Re: PCI Express 6.0 by eoy 2021/07/04 10:13:20 (permalink)
    Wait a minute, we ain't even at PCI-E 5 yet in the real world?
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    Re: PCI Express 6.0 by eoy 2021/07/04 10:28:54 (permalink)
    Pci specs do not mean a darn thing for years after they have been released.

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    Re: PCI Express 6.0 by eoy 2021/07/04 12:09:08 (permalink)
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    Pci specs do not mean a darn thing for years after they have been released.



    Do the specs stay the same on release or do they change?
     
    I only know about RAM that the JADEC specs are normally quite low to what is actually achieved.
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    Re: PCI Express 6.0 by eoy 2021/07/06 10:17:14 (permalink)
    possible that thing might change until the standard is locked & hardware has actually been made that supports the standard
     
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    Re: PCI Express 6.0 by eoy 2021/07/19 12:55:10 (permalink)
    As usual, when this is put to use in real world hardware its going to be enterprise level first lol. We won't get something like this for like at least half a decade.


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    Re: PCI Express 6.0 by eoy 2021/07/23 19:47:52 (permalink)
    Going strong with PCI-E 3.0 

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    Re: PCI Express 6.0 by eoy 2021/07/24 01:03:13 (permalink)
    PCI 4.0 is currently the highest released standard but PCI 5.0 is coming soon. It will be a while before PCI 6.0 is ready. Deployment of the new standards usually starts with business server environments first. Then in time consumer PCs get them.

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    Re: PCI Express 6.0 by eoy 2021/08/01 13:30:47 (permalink)
    Nice although there is almost no difference (~1%) when for example 3090 is connected via pci 3 or pci 4
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    Re: PCI Express 6.0 by eoy 2021/08/01 14:45:29 (permalink)
     
    Well thanks for the update anyway.    :)

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