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80486 System Architecture by Tom Shanley
AGP System Architecture by Dave Dzatko
AGP System Architecture (2nd Edition) (PC System Architecture Series) by MindShare Inc.
CardBus System Architecture by MindShare Inc.
Eisa System Architecture (PC System Architecture, Vol 2) by Tom Shanley
FireWire System Architecture: IEEE 1394 by Don Anderson
HyperTransport™ System Architecture by MindShare Inc.
InfiniBand network architecture by Tom Shanley
InfiniBand Network Architecture by MindShare Inc.
ISA system architecture by Tom Shanley
ISA System Architecture (3rd Edition) by MindShare Inc.
PCI Express System Architecture by MindShare Inc.
PCI express system architecture by Ravi Budruk
PCI System Architecture [4th Edition] by Tom Shanley
PCI-X System Architecture (PC System Architecture Series) by MindShare Inc.
PCMCIA system architecture by Don Anderson
PCMCIA System Architecture: 16-Bit PC Cards (2nd Edition) by MindShare Inc.
Pentium Pro and Pentium II system architecture by Tom Shanley
Pentium Pro and Pentium II System Architecture (2nd Edition) by MindShare Inc.
Pentium Pro Processor System Architecture (PC System Architecture Series) by Tom Shanley
Pentium Processor System Architecture by Don Anderson
Pentium Processor System Architecture (2nd Edition) (PC System Architecture Series) by MindShare Inc.
Plug and Play System Architecture by MindShare Inc.
Power PC System Architecture by Tom Shanley
Protected mode software architecture by Tom Shanley
Protected Mode Software Architecture (PC System Architecture Series) by MindShare Inc.
SATA Storage Technology: Serial ATA by Don Anderson
The Unabridged Pentium 4: IA32 Processor Genealogy (PC System Architecture Series) by MindShare Inc.
Universal Serial Bus System Architecture by Inc. MindShare

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