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By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Hidden categories: All articles with specifically marked weasel-worded phrases Articles with specifically marked weasel-worded phrases from May Namespaces Article Talk. Most other computer lines, including those from Apple Inc. Daughterboards often have only internal connections within a computer or other electronic devices, and usually access the motherboard directly rather than through a computer bus. Industrial backplane systems had connectors mounted on the top edge of the card, opposite to the backplane pins. At that time, the technology was called the PC bus. Retrieved Categories : Computer buses Computer peripherals Motherboard expansion slot Printed circuit board manufacturing. The standard now at version 3. When many expansion cards are added to a system, total power consumption and heat dissipation become limiting factors. Some single-board computers made no provision for expansion cards, and may only have provided IC sockets on the board for limited changes or customization. Some expansion cards take up more than one slot space. For example, many graphics cards on the market as of are dual slot graphics cards, using the second slot as a place to put an active heat sink with a fan. This used a second connector for extending the address and data bus over the XT, but was backward compatible; 8-bit cards were still usable in the AT bit slots. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. The first commercial microcomputer to feature expansion slots was the Micral N , in The first company to establish a de facto standard was Altair with the Altair , developed —, which later became a multi-manufacturer standard, the S bus. Peripheral expansion cards generally have connectors for external cables. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}In computing , an expansion card , expansion board , adapter card or accessory card is a printed circuit board that can be inserted into an electrical connector , or expansion slot , on a computer motherboard , backplane or riser card to add functionality to a computer system via the expansion bus. In this case, the motherboard provides basic functionality but the expansion card offers additional or enhanced ports. Daughterboards are sometimes used in computers in order to allow for expansion cards to fit parallel to the motherboard, usually to maintain a small form factor. This standard, approved [ Like whom? From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Contribute Help Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Even many video game consoles, such as the Sega Genesis , included expansion buses; at least in the case of the Genesis, the expansion bus was proprietary, and in fact the cartridge slots of many cartridge based consoles not including the Atari would qualify as expansion buses, as they exposed both read and write capabilities of the system's internal bus. Proprietary bus implementations for systems such as the Apple II co-existed with multi-manufacturer standards. Daughterboards are also sometimes used to expand the basic functionality of an electronic device, such as when a certain model has features added to it and is released as a new or separate model. Views Read Edit View history. However, the expansion modules attached to these interfaces, though functionally the same as expansion cards, are not technically expansion cards, due to their physical form. Again, PCjr sidecars are not technically expansion cards, but expansion modules, with the only difference being that the sidecar is an expansion card enclosed in a plastic box with holes exposing the connectors. The primary purpose of an expansion card is to provide or expand on features not offered by the motherboard. Other computer buses were used for industrial control, instruments, and scientific systems. Because it is electrically compatible with the XT bus a. They establish the electrical contact between the electronics on the card and on the motherboard. Intel introduced the AGP bus in as a dedicated video acceleration solution. These usually fit on top of and parallel to the board, separated by spacers or standoffs , and are sometimes called mezzanine cards due to being stacked like the mezzanine of a theatre. Depending on the form factor of the motherboard and case , around one to seven expansion cards can be added to a computer system. Laptops generally are unable to accept most expansion cards. This form are also called riser cards , or risers. Wavetable cards sample-based synthesis cards are often mounted on sound cards in this manner. Several compact expansion standards were developed. ExpressCard 2. Since reliable multi-pin connectors are relatively costly, some mass-market systems such as home computers had no expansion slots and instead used a card- edge connector at the edge of the main board, putting the costly matching socket into the cost of the peripheral device. Even vacuum-tube based computers had modular construction, but individual functions for peripheral devices filled a cabinet, not just a printed circuit board. An expansion card can be installed to offer multiple RS ports or multiple and higher bandwidth Ethernet ports. Minicomputers, starting with the PDP-8 , were made of multiple cards, all powered by and communicating through a passive backplane. One edge of the expansion card holds the contacts the edge connector or pin header that fit into the slot. Expansion cards allowed a processor system to be adapted to the needs of the user, allowing variations in the type of devices connected, additions to memory, or optional features to the central processor such as a floating point unit. Some cards are "low-profile" cards, meaning that they are shorter than standard cards and will fit in a lower height computer chassis. In the case of expansion of on-board capability, a motherboard may provide a single serial RS port or Ethernet port. A daughterboard , daughtercard , mezzanine board or piggyback board is an expansion card that attaches to a system directly. Proprietary local buses q. An expansion bus is a computer bus which moves information between the internal hardware of a computer system including the CPU and RAM and peripheral devices. In that case, a graphics card and an ST hard disk controller card provided graphics capability and hard drive interface respectively. The Amiga used Zorro II. Cardbus is being supplanted by ExpressCard format. In the PC-compatible personal computer, these connectors were located in the support bracket at the back of the cabinet. Rather than redesigning the first model completely, a daughterboard may be added to a special connector on the main board. Another feature of PLUS cards is that they are stackable. There is a "low profile PCI card" standard [6] that specifies a much smaller bracket and board area. It is a collection of wires and protocols that allows for the expansion of a computer.