Bus interface

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    Question Bus Interface showing "PCI-Express x2 3.0" With Bus Interface Bandwidth of 1.53GB/S

    'Bus Interface' shows that my GPU is running at "PCI-Express x2 3.0", with the GPU in the second PCIE slot, and at "PCI-Express x4 3.0", with the GPU in the first PCIE slot. These values remain the same irrespective of whether the computer is idle or under load. As a result of this my PCI-E...
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    Question Continuous stutter in games when using mouse

    Hey all, For a while now I have been suffering from what I can only describe as some form of ‘stutter’ or ‘micro-stutter’ across multiple different games (albeit with slight variations in how this issue appears visually) whenever using my mouse in-game, particularly when making rotations. This...
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    [SOLVED] What is Bus Interface and how do I lower it ?

    Motherboard: MSI B85M-E45 CPU: i7 4790k GPU: 1080 ti RAM: 8 GB Hello, I have been trying to troubleshoot my Mount and Blade Warband's high GPU usage and low FPS. I used a program called CPUID HWMonitor to check the temperatures and saw under Utilization that the Bus Interface's value was very...
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    [SOLVED] Bus interface pci problems

    UserBenchmarks: Game 43%, Desk 77%, Work 35% CPU: AMD Ryzen 3 3200G - 72.1% GPU: AMD RX 580 - 53.8% SSD: Kingston A400 240GB - 47.6% HDD: Toshiba P300 1TB - 56.6% RAM: Kingston KHX3000C15D4/4GX 3000 C16 Series 3000 C16 Series 12GB - 68.6% MBD: Asrock AB350M Pro4 Bus interface runs at pcie x 16...
  5. Question ASUS Z390 Pro Bus Interface

    I want to install a GPU and I know that two of the four x16-sized slots on my motherboard have full x16 connectivity. This makes me think that either one will operate at the same speed. However, the BIOS has a “Bus Interface” setting that can select from either X16_1 or X16_2 and I don’t know...
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    [SOLVED] Are there any PCIe/M.2 to RAM (DIMM) adapter out there?

    I don't know of any PCIe or M.2 to RAM (DIMM) adapters, so I would like to know if anybody here knows of such a thing. I am talking about PCIe/M.2 to DIMM adapters, not the DIMM to PCIe adapters that allow RAM to work over the PCIe bus (inherently at a slower rate/higher latency). Also, I am...