i get it man, but all i am saying is that they are introducing PCIe 4.0, but there isn't hardware available in the market which can take full advantage of PCIe 2.0. By the time we'll be able to take advantage of PCIe 3.0, they will introduce PCIe 5.0. Evrytime we will be paying more money for the technology we don't need "yet".If we had that, then people of this mind set would be saying "why do we have cards that can go faster when we don't have the slots?" You have to start somewhere. I remember a time when games came out with features that weren't yet supported to help make them a bit more future-proof. Innovation is never incorrect.