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What is PCIe?
PCIe or PCI Express is a high-speed peripheral interconnect introduced by Intel Corp. in 2002. Initially used for high-speed display adapters, and eyed to eventually replace the PCI and AGP buses entirely, PCIe was designed to match the higher speeds of today's CPUs.
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2013-06-21 What's in store for PCIe interconnect bus?
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