Computer bus is a subsystem that transfers data between components inside a computer or between computers.

Modern computer buses can use parallel and bit-serial connections, and can be wired in either a multidrop (electrical parallel) or daisy chain topology, or connected by switched hubs, as in the case of USB.

Forward to / Apple / Asus pinouts or follow to 31 OLD hardware pinouts.
See also RS-232 and other serial ports and interfaces pinouts
  • 68 pin male
    CardBus 32-bit bus defined by PCMCIA.
  • 7x47 pin (IEC917 and IEC1076-4-101)
    CompactPCI bus PCI=Peripheral Component Interconnect. CompactPCI is a version of PCI adapted for industrial and/or embedded applications.
  • 4 pin, 6 pin or 9 pin IEEE1394 (FireWire) plug
    FireWire (IEEE1394) bus interface Defined by IEEE 1394-1995 standard as a serial data transfer protocol and interconnection system. Also known as iLink (Sony) or Lynx. Often implemented in consumer electronics devices, digital video cameras, VCRs, some other multimedia hardware and computers.
  • 120 pins unspecified
    IndustrialPCI bus PCI=Peripheral Component Interconnect. IndustrialPCI is a version of PCI adapted for industrial and/or embedded applications.
  • 100 pin Mini-PCI Type I/II (Amp 353183-8)
    Mini PCI bus Mini PCI is an alternate PCI implementation designed for small form factor. It´s specification is a sub-set of PCI standard using 100 pin (Type I/II) or 124 pin (Type III) connector.
  • 146 pin PC/104 16 bit
    PC/104 bus PC/104 is a compact version of the ISA bus. PC/104 is intended for specialized embedded computing environments where applications depend on reliable data acquisition despite an often extreme environment.
  • 124 pin (98+22) PCI 5 volt EDGE
    PCI bus The PCI Bus is a high performance bus for interconnecting chips, expansion boards, and processor/memory subsystems.
  • 36 pin PCI-Express x1
    PCI Express 1x, 4x, 8x, 16x bus PCI Express (PCIe, PCI-e) is a high-speed serial computer expansion bus standard.
  • 52 pin mini-PCIE edge pcb
    PCI Express Mini Card (Mini PCIe) PCI Express Mini Card (also known as Mini PCI Express, Mini PCIe, and Mini PCI-E) is a replacement for the Mini PCI form factor based on PCI Express. It is developed by the PCI-SIG. The host device supports both PCI Express and USB 2.0 connectivity, and each card uses whichever the designer feels most appropriate to the task. Most laptop computers built after 2005 are based on PCI Express and can have several Mini Card slots.
  • 68 pin male
    PCMCIA (PC Card) bus The PCMCIA (Personal Computer Memory Card International Association) 16 bit bus
  • 4 pin USB A plug
    USB USB (Universal Serial Bus) designed to connect peripherals such as mice, keyboards, scanners, digital cameras, printers, hard disks, and networking components to PC. It has become the standard connection method for wide variety of devices.
  • 9 pin USB 3.0 Standard-A, Standard-B Plugs and 11 pin USB 3.0 Powered-B Plug
    USB 3.0 connector USB 3.0 is the successor of USB 2.0. USB 3 reduces the time required for data transmission, reduces power consumption, and is backward compatible with USB 2.0
  • 24 pin USB-C
    USB Type C 
  • 160 pin DIN 41612 (5x32) female
    VME64x bus 
  • 96 pin DIN 41612 (3x32) female
    VMEbus VMEbus is a computer bus standard originally developed for the Motorola 68000 line of CPUs, but later widely used for many applications.

Apple Pinouts

  • 4 pin mini-DIN female
    ADB Apple Desktop Bus ADB is a low-speed serial bus used on Apple Macintosh computers manufactured in 1986-1999. It's used to connect input devices (such as the mouse or keyboard) to the CPU
  • Apple Communication Slot Available on Apple Macintosh 575, 630, 5200 5300 and Apple Performa 6200CD, 6300 series
  • 152 pin Apple Powerbook PDS
    Apple Duo Dock Available on Apple Duo Dock & Duo Dock II dockingstations. For use with Apple PowerBook Duo computers.

Asus Pinouts

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