> Take a look at which slots are sharing bandwidth, maybe that will help? AFAIK, All the PCIE slots on the x399m taichi are capable of running at full x16 bandwidth (so there's no limited socket to try; though I tried all of them anyway). TR4 socket CPUs have a _ton_ of lanes available directly off the CPU, IIRC, it's > 50 after accounting for the lanes reserved by the x399 chipset.
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@jagibson wrote: Hi All, Thank you to everyone that submitted the info I requested earlier. I wanted to send a quick note that all configurations are being examined by our engineering team and partners. As soon as I have an update I will post here. Thank you, JohnG I've been having a similar issue with my setup with the wireless setup I got today. I'm running: ` Asrock X399M Taichi (this is different from the normal X399 in that it has no PCI x4 port, just 3x x16 ports) * Threadripper 2950x * 64 GB (16GBx4) GSkill DDR4-3200 (CAS15) * Two NVMe drives: A samsung 970 Pro 1TB, and a 2TB 970 Evo * Silverstone 800W SFX PSU * nVidia 2080 RTX (Founder's Edition) I've tried placing the wGig card in socket 1 and sockets 2 and 3 (with the GPU in either 1 or 2, depending) and in every configuration, no matter weather I've forced PCIe Gen 3 speeds and/or 4x4x4x4x socket splits in my BIOS, I can't manage to make my system detect the wiGig card at all. Unlike some reporters with larger mobo's, I don't have a downclocked unstable x1/x4 socket; I just straight up can't get the card to be recognized in any of the x16 sockets that it aughta work fine in. I've seen a poster on reddit with pretty much the exact same issue with the slightly larger model of this motherboard (that does have the smaller pcie socket), except he can also repro the unstable system using the smaller socket (in addition to not being recognized in the larger sockets). Would be great to know when this gets fixed, since I doubt I'm going to be watching this thread like a hawk.
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