Doug, I read the article, and no, you didn't, you just stated that as a fact, and most importantly, didn't explain then or now why Nvidia is claimingIn our review of the GTX 690, we got a little clearer picture of why the GTX 690 runs a PCIe 3.0
and telling its customers to enable PCIe 3.0 at their own risk (and what risks are those ?), but, get this, only for their GTX 680 and GTX 670 GPUs. The GTX 690 operates at PCIe 3.0. In fact, it's the card that will benefit the most from it.but have seen significant variation in signal timing across different motherboards and CPUs.
So, are you ready to discuss the results now ?Why not just ship it like that? There was a reason, we are digging deeper, but aren’t yet ready to discuss the results.