Card sorting by slot type

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Flow-Chart Exercise

Pick up each card and using the following chart, put each card in one of five piles (PCI, PCIe, ISA, AGP and miscellaneous.)

This is a graph with borders and nodes. Maybe there is an Imagemap used so the nodes may be linking to some Pages.


Connectors are circled in the images below. They are typically gold and also known as teeth or fingers.

A PCI card

Connectors are either rectangular (circled in red in the image above), or interlocking (circled in green the image below).

An EISA card

A card's connectors are usually all the same size. An exception to this can be viewed in the image below. Smaller connectors are circled in blue and larger connectors are circled in red.

A VESA Local Bus (VLB) card