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"PCI Express's serial point-to-point nature requires few sideband signals, meaning the the bandwidth per pin can be very high in comparison to PCI Conventional. The upshot of this is that a x1 connector can be a fraction of the size of a PCI Conventional slot, whilst still providing twice the bandwidth on its first implementation. Bandwidth can be further scaled up by increasing the number of lanes running two and from a device and the PCI Express standard allows for x1, x4, x8 and x16 slots."
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