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FSB

In numismatics, an abbreviation meaning "full split bands." It is used to describe Mercury Head dimes on which the band holding the arrows on the reverse together is clear and fully visible. This is somewhat unusual and may positively affect the value.
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NCR is one of the first vendors to offer a PCI system bus in a RAID controller board.
The Intel 810E2 chipset, which supports the 100MHz system bus, is designed to bring new features to value PCs including an advanced I/O controller, support for ATA-100 Ultra DMA hard drives and new USB controllers to support four 'plug-and-play' ports for system attachments and other consumer items.
if different system resources implement compression and encryption, data is forced to traverse across the system bus multiple times as it moves data to and from packet memory and the processor and on to each individual hardware accelerator.
OTC:HYFS), a manufacturer and distributor of diesel and gasoline conversion systems, announced today the completion of Phase I of the Dallas County School System Bus Fleet Conversion project.
This new chipset delivers support for 100 and 133MHz system bus.
No other system bus allows connections inside or outside the box with the range of peripherals, distance, and speed.
Identification and discussion of general dc-dc converter market characteristics, drivers and trends, including discussions of multi-phase dc-dc converters, system bus architectures, isolation voltages, VRMs, output current trends, and so on.
The 5900Z is available with AMD Athlon 550, 600, 700 and 750 processors, and a 200MHz system bus.
Quad has four SCSI buses and can move data at four times the rate of a single bus adapter, providing that the system bus and operating system can handle the I/O rate and the data rate.
The industry-leading Tachyon series features an eight-lane PCI-Express system bus that supports four times the bandwidth of prior PCI-X systems and up to 3.