PCI Expresss 7.0 could quadruple bandwidth and speed

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PCI Express is a ubiquitous I/O standard for discrete GPUs and SSDs
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PCI Express is a ubiquitous I/O standard for discrete GPUs and SSDs

The final standard could be four times faster than today's PCIe 5.0 spec, but we won't see products till 2026 at the earliest.

The Peripheral Component Interconnect Special Interest Group (PCI-SIG) has unveiled the proposed specification for PCI Express (PCIe) 7.0, promising to offer up to 512 GB/s of throughput: four time...

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