B0baganooshOne other thing to consider is that gpuz will show the lane numbers "downclocked" when they are not in use. What does it say in the bios menu?
kandiflippinSLI is now working! Both GPUs worked fine during the individual benchmarks, I installed the NVLINK and as soon as I booted up I got the SLI pop up 😁 I’m assuming the BIOS update fixed it, I do appreciate the info from everyone and for confirming that I was on the right track with understanding how the PCIe lanes functioned.
kandiflippinSo I just got home from work about an hour ago, just giving a quick update. I just finished updating the BIOS, the BIOS does say 2 PCI devices at x8 3.0. I disabled the top M.2 slot and bottom x4 PCIe slot in the BIOS and started the PC without the NVlink just to see how everything is looking. I’m going to reinstall the latest Nividia driver, do a quick benchmark on each GPU individually, and as long as everything looks fine for each GPU I will power down and reinstall the NVlink. B0baganooshOne other thing to consider is that gpuz will show the lane numbers "downclocked" when they are not in use. What does it say in the bios menu?I was not aware of this so that’s probably where the x1.1 speed was coming from. Thanks for the info on that.