Hacker makes the Raspberry Pi 4’s PCIe interface usable (sort of)

The Raspberry Pi 4 is the most powerful Raspberry Pi computer to date, and the first to support up to 4GB of RAM. It’s also the first to support USB 3.0 — and the chip that controls USB is connected to a PCI Express interface.

But that doesn’t mean you can attach peripherals directly to the PCIe interface… or does it?

Tomasz Mloduchowski wanted to see if it was possible to expose the interface, and it turns out that it is… although I’m not sure how useful this hack would be for most users…

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