PCI Express

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An interface for add-in cards released by Intel in 2004. It is intended to replace the accelerated graphics port and PCI standards. Each slot for add-in cards contains up to 32 full duplex serial links, called lanes. In version 1.1 each lane is capable of transferring 250 Mbytes per second; in version 2.0, introduced in 2007, this rate is doubled to 500 Mbytes per second.

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