PCI Express 4.0 has incredible bandwidth. Do you need it now or is it better to wait?
firstname.lastname@example.org (Leo Waldock)
When AMD launched their family of Ryzen 3000 CPUs, they also delivered the new X570 chipset. AMD X570 continues to support Socket AM4, just like X470 and X370, so you could be forgiven for assuming it is a tweaked and revised version of those chipsets. It isn't. PCI ExpressRyzenAMDPCI Express 40
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