I've noticed more people are pushing beyond the "recommended max" 120MHz boundry and having no issues and better performance/vid card OC's. I want to know more from those of you that are, and from those that have tried but didn't either get anything out of it or lost stability. I've read too many times that going over 120 is not recommended. But one person I talked to had an SATA HDD and pushed his FSB over 140MHz with no problems (D44ve's last system). This is something people argue about, but I haven't really seen much for results, and haven't had the best of luck getting responses from those whom have pushed the boundries, so enter this thread to hopefully solve my inquiry. So if you have any results, good or bad from increasing PCI-e speed, please document it here. List everything you can, scores of benches before and after, system specs, driver versions, etc.. I am requesting this since I have researched and read a lot of PCI-e Bus info, and even at that there's still some questions left to be answered. So I'd rather see REAL WORLD results, as those tend to be more viable than heresay. I want to have more accurate information in my Guide (link in sig), and this is one topic I want to get straightened up. So if you want to help me please list all you can, your experiences, your suggestions, recommendations, etc. I believe this is a bigger issue than many give it credit for, and if more people can push beyond 120MHz without consequence and attain better performance, then why not look into it for all of us to reap the rewards of? I will do some testing on my PC next week when I get back from my trip to Vegas, and hopefully this thread will have plenty of information for me to dig through to get down to the truth of the PCI-e Bus Speed. Thanks for your support!