“User of ASUS and Gigabyte motherboards (maybe others as well) may be affected by a PCI Express x1 bug which causes a tremendous drop in performance. ChampionLLY takes a look at the motherboards and graphics cards affected by this problem and what solutions work, and what doesn’t.
In the second part, he takes a look at the effect that PCI Express x1 bug has on the performance of your system. The results will shock you.”
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If you have an ASUS P5B, P5B-E Plus, P5B Deluxe/WiFi, ASUS P35C-DS3R or a Gigabyte P35-DS3L as well as a Radeon X1950 Pro , X1950 XT or NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT, you need to read this article at TechARP. The solution is simple, but the effects are incredible. Make sure that you and anyone you know isn’t suffering this problem.