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MSI attacks Gigabyte for selling cripled G41 - MSI attacks Gigabyte for selling cripled G41
Tue, December 30 2008 | 4:52PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"MSI have found serious issue with few Gigabyte motherboard models with chipsets G41, G43 and G45, where the PCI-E x16 in reality is masked x4 slot. The problem affects all revisions of Gigabyte EG45M-DS2H, EG43M-SH2H and EG41MF-S2H.Not only that this might limit the VGA's performance by up to four times but MSI also claim that x4 slots have bad compatibility and if your card is not listed on Gigabyte's website as supported, than you can only hope that your card works fine on one of the above mobos. For more take a look at the picture below."
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