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Jonathon33
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What gen is the PCI-E X1 TP01-0066

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Like its says what gen is the x1 slot, gen 1 2 or 3, I want to know the speed of it.

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The chipset on your motherboard is a weird one! 🙂

 

Looks like specs says it should be Gen 4 on the first PCIe (x16) and M.2 slots and Gen 3 for the rest (also says it depends on what CPU you have installed but if you have the published Ryzen 7 3700X then it says it can do Gen 4).

 

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toysareforboys
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The chipset on your motherboard is a weird one! 🙂

 

Looks like specs says it should be Gen 4 on the first PCIe (x16) and M.2 slots and Gen 3 for the rest (also says it depends on what CPU you have installed but if you have the published Ryzen 7 3700X then it says it can do Gen 4).

 

-Jamie M.

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Yea, basically all around weird board with no pictures or any kind of specific info, guess i'll keep guessing. Trying to find out what to do with my PCI-e x1 slot lol.

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