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8-bit ISA bus
An 8-bit industry-standard architecture bus used in the origianl 8088 PC
16-bit ISA bus
Designed for the 286 AT; still used in Pentiums for devices such as modems
MCA bus
(Micro Channel Architecture)
Early 32-bit design by IBM; originally designed for PS/2 computers
EISA bus
(Extended Industry Standard Architecture) Designed to compete with the MCA bus, this 32-bit bus can transfer 4 bytes at a time at a speed of about 20 MHz
VESA bus
(Video Electronics Standards Association) Local bus used in 80486 computers for connecting 32-bit adapters directly to the local processor bus
PCI bus
(Peripheral Component Interconnect) Common bus in Pentium computers. Runs at speeds of up to 66 MHz, with a 32-bit wide data path. Serves as the middle layer between the memory bus and expansion buses
AGP bus
(Accelerated Graphics Port)
Designed to provide fast access to video