PCI device

What Is a PCI Device?

A PCI device is any piece of hardware that plugs directly into a PCI slot on a computer system’s motherboard. PCI, which represents Peripheral Part Interconnect, was presented to personal computers by the Intel Corporation in 1993. The technology to operate PCI is incorporated into the motherboard of nearly every desktop computer manufactured because 1995. …

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