• PCI Express 7.0 standard provides eight times the bandwidth of today's connections

    4 days ago - By Ars Technica

    Enlarge / Doubling PCIe bandwidth every 3 years means lots and lots of bandwidth for next-generation accessories.
    The group responsible for developing and updating the PCI Express standard, the PCI-SIG, aims to update that standard roughly every three years. Version 6.0 was released earlier this year , and the group has announced that PCIe version 7.0 is currently on track to be finalized sometime in 2025. Like all new PCI Express versions, its goal is to double the available bandwidth of its predecessor, which in PCIe 7.0's case means that a single PCIe 7.0 lane will be able to transmit...
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