Is it possible that the game devs currently at the ps4 era haven't utilized yet the power of 3080? Now hear me out because this might be thread different from other debates of rtx 3xxx on PCIe 4 vs 3. With the ps5 direct access to PCIe 4 NVMe drive and Nvidia IO of "the same" technology, it could be possible that Nvdia's claim for PCIe 4 support on rtx 3xxx is true. PCIe 3 maxes out at roughly 15gb/s but rtx 3080's gddr6x can run at around 19gb/s, does it mean to say that if on PCIe 3, data transfer speeds could bottleneck at PCIe 3? Possibly now at 2020, not just yet. How about when game devs start maximizing the potential of 9th gen consoles and soon ported over to PC, is it possible that they can start utilizing rtx 3xxx use of PCIe 4 with gddr6x of 19gb/s?