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A replacement for 32- and 64-bit [[PCI]], [[PCI|PCI-X]], and [[AGP]]. PCIe bonds together 1 to 32 serial "lanes" either on the motherboard or externally using ExpressCard or PCIe External ([[Thunderbolt]]).
A replacement for 32- and 64-bit [[PCI]], [[PCI|PCI-X]], and [[AGP]]. PCIe bonds together 1 to 32 serial "lanes" either on the motherboard or externally using ExpressCard or PCIe External interfaces (including Intel's [[Thunderbolt]]).
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| 250 MB/s
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| PCIe 1.1
| 2005
| 250 MB/s
| 2.5 GT/s
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| PCIe 2.0
| 2007
| 500 MB/s
| 5.0 GT/s
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==See Also==
* [[Buses and Ports]]
[[CATEGORY: Hardware]]

Latest revision as of 03:50, 21 September 2011

A replacement for 32- and 64-bit PCI, PCI-X, and AGP. PCIe bonds together 1 to 32 serial "lanes" either on the motherboard or externally using ExpressCard or PCIe External interfaces (including Intel's Thunderbolt).

Specification Year Data max per lane Transfer max
PCIe 1.0 2003 250 MB/s 2.5 GT/s
PCIe 1.1 2005 250 MB/s 2.5 GT/s
PCIe 2.0 2007 500 MB/s 5.0 GT/s

See Also