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The only risk with going with things which are one step ahead of the rest of the game, is sometimes the rest of the game moves down a diferent path, and youre left stuck out on your own again... I think werere probably going to end up with PCI Express than 64-bit PCI in consumer systems, with 64-bit PCI only really seeing any use currently in servers and high end workstations, though the good part of 64 bit PCI, is simply backwards compatability, and PCI isn't going anywhere any time soon, probably see PCI cards around for another good 5-10 years.

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