The slots on your PC's motherboard adhere to either the PCIe or PCI standard. Most recent motherboards have PCIe slots for PCIe cards. You can know your device's PCIe lanes in the following ways:
The peripheral component interconnect express (PCIe) is a universal interface standard for computers. Motherboards have a number of PCIe slots you can use to add peripheral devices such as GPUs, Wi-Fi cards or, in this case, National Instruments data acquisition devices.
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