Well, if you didn't then, you have some fundamental problems with comprehensionI just went through and read every post, I never once stated anywhere that the 990FX chipset on every board supported PCI-E 3.0.
The quoted part of my post you listed only covers so many thingsWrongand how long as the 990FX been AMD's flagship? No PCI-E 3.0 controller might not be a big deal in desktop, but it's a big selling point in the enterprise sector.
No PCI-E 3.0 controller for desktop 900 series (FX). Absolutely true. AMD's FX series use a PCI-E 2.0 controller
Might not be a big deal in desktop. My opinion, and if PCI-E 3.0 IS such a big deal, why can't you find more than one solitary AMD 900 series board touting the feature. It also should be noted that for the majority of users PCI-E 3.0 offers no tangible benefits over 2.0. Of course if PCI-E 3.0 IS an BIG DEAL, then AMD may as well pack up their tent and move on if the combined weight of all resources and their board partners yields one motherboard.
but it's a big selling point in the enterprise sector. You posted a link to a 990FX board, so we safely assume you weren't referencing C32 and G34 servers.
So, I'm supposedly wrong? Which part of the quote you lifted from me is incorrect?
Let me guess, absolutely none of it. You just interpreted what you read and hastily posted in a half-hearted attempt to call me out....and your reward? supplying the forums with a vast amount of unintentional humour and no small amount of derision. Awesome.
/play us out Benny Hill !