What was that really long slot in the early 90s? It's not PCI or AGP...Forgot the name of it...
EDIT: Is it an ISA slot??
ISA...blk and PCI
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Perhaps you're thinking of Vesa Local Bus or VLB? Seemed like a nice idea at the time, but didn't last long.Originally Posted by EH100501AC
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EISA slot was before PCI,
from memory vesa LB was a brown slot similar to AGP in colour in fact it was two slots in line, it was intended for graphics and I/O when that was off the motherboard. I had a 486 DX33 VLB mobo with two VLB, and 3 ISA two at 16bit and one at 8bit. The latter were of course black.Originally Posted by Robaire
PCI killed off VLB after about one year, so much for early adopters. Both were designed for 32bit computing but PCI was better.