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iTFT_Computers
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HP Pavilion Gaming - TG01-1008na - NMVE Pci-e Lanes

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Pavilion Gaming - TG01-1008na
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Hi,

 

 

Does  Pavilion Gaming - TG01-1008na  provide Pci-e 3 x 4 lanes or just 2 lanes? Please don't tell me that a brand new PC which is sold as gaming PC provides just 2 PCi-E lanes in 2021...

 

Also, I understand that the chipset is limiting the RAM to 2666 Mhz, is there any chance to get a BIOS update, so the BIOS could read the XMP profile and lower the timings as per XMP for 2666 Mhz, as I installed a 3600 Mhz RAM, which is currently running at 2666 Mhz and default timings.

 

 

Thank you.

Paul

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@iTFT_Computers 

 

Its specs

 

        https://support.hp.com/au-en/document/c06725063

 

Motherboard

 

        https://support.hp.com/au-en/document/c06638240

 

It does not say much but it uses PCIe Gen 3x4 for storage.

 

Regards.

BH
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Thank you.

 

I've just went through the lot, but didn't find anywhere that it would mention PCI-E3x4 lines... Cause my samsung SSD is running at X2, so I wondered if there are any settings I need to change to get it to the full speed?

 

What I did find, thanks to you that max supported RAM is (DDR4-2933) and I have installed DDR4 3600 Mhz, so how come mine is running at 2666 Mhz? Is there any chance to get a half-decent bios where I could set the memory speed, let alone the timings? I know that HP. Dell, Lenovo got stuck with their Bios'es somewhere in 2005-2010, but I think it's about time to move on, especially if you sell something as a gaming PC...

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