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PCIe 7.0 to Reach 512 GB/s, Arriving in 2025


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The PCI-SIG Developers Conference 2022 is in full swing, and today the standards committee behind the ubiquitous PCIe interface announced that the PCIe 7.0 specification is targeted for release to its members in 2025 with a data rate up to 128 GT/s. That equates to 512 GB/s of bi-directional throughput via a 16-lane (x16) connection, before encoding overhead. As a reminder, the PCI-SIG is the consortium behind the PCIe interface, an open industry standard comprised of over 900 member companies.

 

 

 

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Haha i love my 6.7 phone display.

 

By reading some older new it seem pcie 6.0 is going to be released late 2022 or maybe 2023. That by some online article posted in 2022.

 

Fit with the projected time we have here.

 

 

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