Third-party developers have discovered a small utility in the macOS Catalina test build that allows you to manage extension slots. It will help users customize PCI slots in the new Mac Pro.
It is worth noting that this program used to be part of the Apple operating system. However, in 2008, the Coopertinos decided to remove it from OS X. Judging by the latest data, the extension slot management utility will soon return to macOS. At the same time, only owners of new Apple workstations will be able to use it.
According to published data, using the utility users will be able to manually assign bandwidth between pools or enable automatic bandwidth setting. Such an option would be especially useful when working on specialized tasks.
The utility should also help users assemble the optimal configuration in which computer components will deliver maximum performance.