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"As of 2007, PCI Express has replaced AGP as the most common interface for graphics cards on new systems. With a few exceptions, all graphics cards being released today (2008) from ATI and NVIDIA use PCI Express. NVIDIA uses the high bandwidth data transfer of PCIe for its newly developed Scalable Link Interface
(SLI) technology, which allows two graphics cards of the same chipset
and model number to be run as a pair, allowing increased performance.
ATI also has developed a dual-GPU system based on PCIe called CrossFire.
Towards the end of 2007, AMD released a motherboard chipset, the AMD
790FX, which supports up to four PCIe x16 slots, allowing tri-GPU and
quad-GPU configurations for ATI cards.
Uptake for other forms of PC expansion has been much slower and PCI remains dominant. PCI Express is commonly used for onboard gigabit ethernet and wi-fi but add-in cards are still generally PCI, particularly at the lower end of the market. Sound cards, modems, serial port cards and other cards with low-speed interfaces are still nearly all PCI. For this reason most motherboards supporting PCI Express offer legacy PCI slots as well."
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Posted on Feb 28, 2008
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