PCIe 6 Announced

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  1. Aura89

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    Everyone here is chumps unless they have a whole room dedicated to LN2 supply for running your PC for long periods of time on LN2! Just daisy chain them up and you got a days worth of gaming!

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    my uncle works at PCI-SIG and told me about PCIe 7.0 he even let me build it into my rig its got mode7 AND blast processing which is the trick to resurrecting Aerith in FF7
     
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    As this point might as well push it even further and announce PCIE 7.0...
     
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    Are you suffering from USB3.2 marketing withdrawal? Have you been hostage to PCIe 3.0 bandwidth long enough to develop the Stockholm Syndrome?

    Relax, PCIe is just a high-performance serial interface which always performs as advertised by its version number, unlike those god-forsaken "USB 3.2 Gen 1x1" whatever.
     
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  5. DmitryKo

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    I wouldn't call the graph all that realistic, while the standards are finalized at those time, I don't recall any pcie 2.0 capable chipsets available until 2008 at the very earliest, and pcie gen 3 in 2012 , gen 4 isn't actually that far off from the norm, since ibm was shipping pcie gen 4 in 2017, even though it may seem like a long time, since neither amd or intel shipped anything with it until this year.

    I will say adoption rate has been rather slow for gen 4 overall, compared to previous generations.
     
  8. DmitryKo

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    That's because the industry chose to fast track PCIe 5.0/6.0 - so PCIe 4.0 peripherals will be a relative rarity:

     
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    PCI Express 6.0 is too slow !
    We’re gonna have to go right to ... Ludicrous PCI Express !
     
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    Wow. I just upgraded from PCI-E v2 to v3. But I wasn't even hitting my limits on v2.
     

  11. DmitryKo

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    Just install one of these new shiny PCIe 4.0 x4 SSDs based on the Phison E16 controller, such as ADATA GAMMIX S50, Gigabyte Aorus NVMe Gen4, Corsair MP600, Plextor M10Pe, PNY CS4040, and so on.
     
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