Glass, Brett
June 1995
Macworld;Jun95, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p104
Reports on Apple Computer's announcement that Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI), not NuBus, will be the standard for expansion slots in its new PowerPC-based machines. Possible advantages; PCI's IEEE P1275 Open Firmware specification configuration; Disadvantage of PCI being originally designed for the Intel processors; Potential problem regarding nonstandard video. INSET: First out of the PCI gate: Likely candidates..


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