I see by your profile that this is your first post. Congratulations and welcome to the community. Hopefully you will have a long and fruitful relationship with CNET forums. I would like to point out a couple of things so that we may provide you with assistance, both now and in the future.
1.) When posting about a hardware problem, always list your computer specifications. With all of the different computers and different settings, this is not a one answer fits all scenario. We can help you best when we understand what we are working with. An analogy may help to explain: If you call an auto parts store and tell them you want a new air filter for your car, the first thing they will ask you is - what kind of car. The reason is obvious, there are hundreds of different kinds of cars and air filters. The same is true for computers, many different kinds, many different settings.
2.) When posting about a software problem, list your computer specs and:
a.) State the problem
b.) When did it start
c.) What happens to cause the problem or what happened just before the problem occurs
d.) Was any software or hardware installed prior to the problem starting
By following these simple steps you give us, and yourself, the best chance of resolving the issue in a timely manner.
Again, welcome aboard!!!
What should the PCIE clock timing setting be in the bios of my motherboard?
At the moment this is set to 100mhz, is this correct?