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Abbrev. for peripheral component interface. A standard, designed by Intel, for a local bus that connects peripherals to a personal computer, and published in 1993. The design is independent of the processor, handling 32 or 64 bits at up to 66 MHz. Although superseded by PCI Express in 2004 it is still widely used.

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