Then they should make them available for purchase.
That AMD wants to push people into buying 5000 series CPUs is cute, but that doesn't change the fact that Zen2 supports ReBAR and works well with it.
Ryzen 3000 has had support for quite some time now.
Was the "BAR status" in the Nvidia Control Panel added only for the Ampere Cards?
I don't see it.
You can try the 3DMark PCIe feature test, or just see what GPU-Z reports.
That's a SATA SSD.
You should run a 3DMark test when you get your 3060 to see if you're really getting PCIe 4.0 bandwidth.
However, that motherboard did receive a BIOS update late last year.
Also, there was someone back in 2019 who discovered PCIe 4.0...
Try it out when you get it tomorrow and report back how it runs in 4.0 mode.
Do you happen to have a PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD, by any chance?
It's supposed to be coming out in February or March for the RTX 30 series.
Many boards have received support. ASUS even added support to their B450 boards.
It literally does, though. I've got it enabled in Warzone.
They certainly should be. That, and the fact that their RX 6000 series performs horribly with ray tracing.
Just as Nvidia should be embarrassed...
AMD was far more forward looking with respect to this feature than Nvidia was. It's embarrassing that they were caught off guard.
I wonder if @Espionage724 could use that utility and see if he's getting 256 MB or the full memory range.
Would also be interested...
I've seen people with Zen2 CPUs and RX 5000 series cards reporting around 5% gains on certain titles.
The thing is, even if you have a CPU and...
How do we know that it's not operational on those older cards? The fact that the extended range can be seen surely implies that it's operational.
Strange. AMD was able to add support even on a RX 580, as confirmed by @Espionage724.
That Nvidia couldn't do so on Turing would be embarrassing....
I wonder if @ManuelG can clear some things up about Resizable BAR support. Will Nvidia be bringing this to older cards, or just the 30 series? AMD...
Interesting. Good to know.