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Old 8th February 2007, 13:00   #1
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Default PCI SIG Proposes External PCI Express Graphics Cards

Ideal for laptop owners?

"Dreams about extreme graphics performance that owners of small form-factor personal computers and notebooks may have are about to come true, as PCI Special Interest Group has completed the cabling specification for PCI Express external cabling, something, which allows to install add-in PCI Express components outside a computer or even connect two computers to each other using external PCI Express cables.

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