PCI Express (PCIe) is the next-generation peripheral bus
for industrial computing.
In addition, there are two peripheral bus
bridges that allow different clock frequencies to be set for high- and low-speed peripherals.
In the first case, the iSCSI in software is stealing server resources from other applications as it consumes CPU, increases peripheral bus
contention, and performs expensive memory context switches to alternate between application processing and iSCSI protocol processing.
It consists of two chips -- the AMD-762 system controller (northbridge), and the AMD-766 peripheral bus