Date: Around 1999
What is EISA and ISA bus?
What would the function of this bus to our pc Implementation of this bus?
The Industry Standard Architecture bus is a PC expansion bus used for
modems, video displays, speakers, and other peripherals. PCs with ISA
commonly have some 8-bit and some 16-bit expansion slots. However, Extended
Industry Standard Architecture expands these capabilities. An EISA bus
extends the ISA bus from 16 bits to 32 bits, but can still be used to plug
in ISA expansion cards.
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