Peripheral Component Interconnect
Also known as PCI
Definition Peripheral Component Interconnect, or PCI, is a connection system to allow add-in cards for your computer to interact with your microprocessor. The PCI cards get installed into PCI expansion slots which are generally on your motherboard.
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