Dmidecode – A Best Tool to Get System Hardware Information on Linux

There are plenty of tools on Linux to check your Linux system’s hardware information.

Most commands only report specific hardware components such as cpu or memory or hard disk, but the Dmidecode command covers most hardware information.

Dmidecode is a tool that reads the contents of a computer’s DMI table and displays the computer hardware information in a human-readable format.

It stands for the Desktop Management Interface, but some say SMBIOS – stands for System Management BIOS

This table contains a description of the system’s hardware components, as well as other useful information such as serial number, manufacturer information, release date, and BIOS revision, etc,.

If you are looking for an alternative tool for this, read the following articles about Linux hardware and find a suitable one from the list.

The DMI table does not currently describe what the system is made of, which can also report potential evolution’s (such as faster supported CPU or maximum memory support).

Will it help you analyze whether or not your hardware capability supports the latest application version.

As soon you run it, dmidecode will try to locate the DMI table. If it succeeds, it will parse this table and display a list of records you expect.

To use it effectively you need to know about the types of DMI and its keywords so that you can play well without any problems.

DMI Types: The SMBIOS specification defines the following DMI types.

+------+----------------------------------+------+------------------------------------+
| Type |             Information          | Type |             Information            |
+------+----------------------------------+------+------------------------------------+
| 0    |   BIOS                           | 21   |   Built-in Pointing Device         |
| 1    |   System                         | 22   |   Portable Battery                 |
| 2    |   Base Board                     | 23   |   System Reset                     |
| 3    |   Chassis                        | 24   |   Hardware Security                |
| 4    |   Processor                      | 25   |   System Power Controls            |
| 5    |   Memory Controller              | 26   |   Voltage Probe                    |
| 6    |   Memory Module                  | 27   |   Cooling Device                   |
| 7    |   Cache                          | 28   |   Temperature Probe                |
| 8    |   Port Connector                 | 29   |   Electrical Current Probe         |
| 9    |   System Slots                   | 30   |   Out-of-band Remote Access        |
| 10   |   On Board Devices               | 31   |   Boot Integrity Services          |
| 11   |   OEM Strings                    | 32   |   System Boot                      |
| 12   |   System Configuration Options   | 33   |   64-bit Memory Error              |
| 13   |   BIOS Language                  | 34   |   Management Device                |
| 14   |   Group Associations             | 35   |   Management Device Component      |
| 15   |   System Event Log               | 36   |   Management Device Threshold Data |
| 16   |   Physical Memory Array          | 37   |   Memory Channel                   |
| 17   |   Memory Device                  | 38   |   IPMI Device                      |
| 18   |   32-bit Memory Error            | 39   |   Power Supply                     |
| 19   |   Memory Array Mapped Address    | 40   |   Additional Information           |
| 20   |   Memory Device Mapped Address   | 41   |   Onboard Device                   |
+------+----------------------------------+------+------------------------------------+

Keywords can be used instead of type numbers with --type. Each keyword is equivalent to a list of type numbers.

+------------------+------------------------+
|       Keyword    |         Types          |
+------------------+------------------------+
|  bios            |    0                   |
|  system          |    1, 12, 15, 23, 32   |
|  baseboard       |    2, 10, 41           |
|  chassis         |    3                   |
|  processor       |    4                   |
|  memory          |    5, 6, 16, 17        |
|  cache           |    7                   |
|  connector       |    8                   |
|  slot            |    9                   |
+------------------+------------------------+

How to Install Dmidecode on Linux

The Dmidecode package is available in most major distribution official repositories. Therefore, use your distribution package manager to install.

For Debian based systems, use apt-get command or apt command to install dmidecode.

$ sudo apt-get install dmidecode

For RHEL/CentOS based systems, use yum command to install dmidecode.

$ sudo yum install dmidecode

For Fedora/CentOS 8/RHEL 8 system, use dnf command to install dmidecode.

$ sudo dnf install dmidecode

For openSUSE system, use zypper command to install dmidecode.

$ sudo zypper in dmidecode

For Arch Linux based systems, use pacman command to install dmidecode.

$ sudo pacman -S dmidecode

1) How to Display the Default Output of the dmidecode Command

To verify all configured hardware information in a single command, run the dmidecode command with no other options, which will display all hardware information by reading the DMI table from DMI type 0 to DMI type 41.

$ sudo dmidecode | more

# dmidecode 3.2
Getting SMBIOS data from sysfs.
SMBIOS 2.8 present.
48 structures occupying 2595 bytes.
Table at 0x000E5FE0.

Handle 0x0000, DMI type 0, 24 bytes
BIOS Information
	Vendor: LENOVO
	Version: CDCN35WW
	Release Date: 03/29/2016
	Address: 0xE0000
	Runtime Size: 128 kB
	ROM Size: 6144 kB
	Characteristics:
		PCI is supported
		BIOS is upgradeable
		BIOS shadowing is allowed
		Boot from CD is supported
		Selectable boot is supported
		EDD is supported
		Japanese floppy for NEC 9800 1.2 MB is supported (int 13h)
		Japanese floppy for Toshiba 1.2 MB is supported (int 13h)
		5.25"/360 kB floppy services are supported (int 13h)
		5.25"/1.2 MB floppy services are supported (int 13h)
		3.5"/720 kB floppy services are supported (int 13h)
		3.5"/2.88 MB floppy services are supported (int 13h)
		8042 keyboard services are supported (int 9h)
		CGA/mono video services are supported (int 10h)
		ACPI is supported
		USB legacy is supported
		BIOS boot specification is supported
		Targeted content distribution is supported
		UEFI is supported
	BIOS Revision: 1.35
	Firmware Revision: 1.35

Handle 0x0001, DMI type 1, 27 bytes
System Information
	Manufacturer: LENOVO
	Product Name: 80NV
	Version: Lenovo ideapad Y700-15ISK
	Serial Number: XXXXXXXX
	UUID: 99XXXXX6-XXXX-xDDD-aXXX-c85XXXXX45c
	Wake-up Type: Power Switch
	SKU Number: LENOVO_MT_80NV_BU_idea_FM_Lenovo ideapad Y700-15ISK
	Family: IDEAPAD
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Handle 0x002D, DMI type 222, 14 bytes
OEM-specific Type
	Header and Data:
		DE 0E 2D 00 01 99 00 03 10 01 20 02 30 03
	Strings:
		Memory Init Complete
		End of DXE Phase
		BIOS Boot Complete

Handle 0x002E, DMI type 248, 18 bytes
OEM-specific Type
	Header and Data:
		F8 12 2E 00 AC AC AA 17 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
		00 00

Handle 0xFEFF, DMI type 127, 4 bytes
End Of Table

2) How to Check the BIOS Information in Linux Using the dmidecode Command

To find BIOS information using dmidecode, run the dmidecode command with the -t option, and then include the bios keyword.

This will print the detailed BIOS information such as BIOS Version, Vendor name, release date, runtime size, ROM size, BIOS revision, firmware revision, etc.,.

$ sudo dmidecode -t bios

# dmidecode 3.2
Getting SMBIOS data from sysfs.
SMBIOS 2.8 present.

Handle 0x0000, DMI type 0, 24 bytes
BIOS Information
	Vendor: LENOVO
	Version: CDCN35WW
	Release Date: 03/29/2016
	Address: 0xE0000
	Runtime Size: 128 kB
	ROM Size: 6144 kB
	Characteristics:
		PCI is supported
		BIOS is upgradeable
		BIOS shadowing is allowed
		Boot from CD is supported
		Selectable boot is supported
		EDD is supported
		Japanese floppy for NEC 9800 1.2 MB is supported (int 13h)
		Japanese floppy for Toshiba 1.2 MB is supported (int 13h)
		5.25"/360 kB floppy services are supported (int 13h)
		5.25"/1.2 MB floppy services are supported (int 13h)
		3.5"/720 kB floppy services are supported (int 13h)
		3.5"/2.88 MB floppy services are supported (int 13h)
		8042 keyboard services are supported (int 9h)
		CGA/mono video services are supported (int 10h)
		ACPI is supported
		USB legacy is supported
		BIOS boot specification is supported
		Targeted content distribution is supported
		UEFI is supported
	BIOS Revision: 1.35
	Firmware Revision: 1.35

Handle 0x0017, DMI type 13, 22 bytes
BIOS Language Information
	Language Description Format: Long
	Installable Languages: 1
		en|US|iso8859-1,0
	Currently Installed Language: en|US|iso8859-1,0

3) How to Find the System Information in Linux Using the dmidecode Command

To get system information using dmidecode, run the dmidecode command with -t option followed by system keyword.

This will combine DMI types (1, 12, 15, 23 and 32 – system information, System Configuration Options, System Event Log, System Reset, and 64-bit Memory Error) and print the detailed system information such as manufacturer name, product name, Version, serial number, UUID, wake-up type, SKU number, family, etc.,.

$ sudo dmidecode -t system

# dmidecode 3.2
Getting SMBIOS data from sysfs.
SMBIOS 2.8 present.

Handle 0x0001, DMI type 1, 27 bytes
System Information
	Manufacturer: LENOVO
	Product Name: 80NV
	Version: Lenovo ideapad Y700-15ISK
	Serial Number: XXXXXXX
	UUID: 99XXXXX6-XXXX-xDDD-aXXX-c85XXXXX45c
	Wake-up Type: Power Switch
	SKU Number: LENOVO_MT_80NV_BU_idea_FM_Lenovo ideapad Y700-15ISK
	Family: IDEAPAD

Handle 0x001B, DMI type 15, 29 bytes
System Event Log
	Area Length: 0 bytes
	Header Start Offset: 0x0000
	Header Length: 8192 bytes
	Data Start Offset: 0x2000
	Access Method: General-purpose non-volatile data functions
	Access Address: 0x0000
	Status: Valid, Not Full
	Change Token: 0x12345678
	Header Format: OEM-specific
	Supported Log Type Descriptors: 3
	Descriptor 1: POST memory resize
	Data Format 1: None
	Descriptor 2: POST error
	Data Format 2: POST results bitmap
	Descriptor 3: Log area reset/cleared
	Data Format 3: None

You can use the grep command to filter only the required details.

$ sudo dmidecode -t system | grep "Manufacturer\|Product Name\|Version\|Serial Number"

	Manufacturer: LENOVO
	Product Name: 80NV
	Version: Lenovo ideapad Y700-15ISK
	Serial Number: XXXXXXXX

4) How to Check the Baseboard Information in Linux Using the dmidecode Command

To get baseboard information using dmidecode, run the dmidecode command with -t option followed by baseboard keyword.

This will combine DMI types (2, 10, 41 – Base Board, On Board Devices, and Onboard Device) and print the detailed system baseboard information such as manufacturer name, product name, Version, serial number, chassis type, chassis handle, type, etc.,.

$ sudo dmidecode -t baseboard

# dmidecode 3.2
Getting SMBIOS data from sysfs.
SMBIOS 2.8 present.

Handle 0x0002, DMI type 2, 15 bytes
Base Board Information
	Manufacturer: LENOVO
	Product Name: Allsparks 5A
	Version: SDK0J40709 WIN
	Serial Number: XXXXXXXX
	Asset Tag: NO Asset Tag
	Features:
		Board is a hosting board
		Board is replaceable
	Location In Chassis: Type2 - Board Chassis Location
	Chassis Handle: 0x0003
	Type: Motherboard
	Contained Object Handles: 0

5) How to Find the Chassis Information in Linux Using the dmidecode Command

To get chassis information using dmidecode, run the dmidecode command with -t option followed by chassis keyword.

This will print the detailed chassis information such as manufacturer name, Mount type, Boot-up state, power supply state, thermal state, security status, OEM information, etc.,.

$ sudo dmidecode -t chassis

# dmidecode 3.2
Getting SMBIOS data from sysfs.
SMBIOS 2.8 present.

Handle 0x0003, DMI type 3, 22 bytes
Chassis Information
	Manufacturer: LENOVO
	Type: Notebook
	Lock: Not Present
	Version: Lenovo ideapad Y700-15ISK
	Serial Number: XXXXXXX
	Asset Tag: NO Asset Tag
	Boot-up State: Safe
	Power Supply State: Safe
	Thermal State: Safe
	Security Status: None
	OEM Information: 0x00000000
	Height: Unspecified
	Number Of Power Cords: 1
	Contained Elements: 0
	SKU Number: SKU Number

6) How to Find the Processor Information in Linux Using the dmidecode Command

To get processor information using dmidecode, run the dmidecode command with -t option followed by processor keyword.

This will print the detailed processor information such as socket designation, processor type, family, manufacturer name, ID, Signature, available flags, version, voltage, external clock, max speed, current speed, status, upgrade, L1, L2, L3 cache handle, core count, core enabled, thread count, etc.,.

$ sudo dmidecode -t processor
# dmidecode 3.2
Getting SMBIOS data from sysfs.
SMBIOS 2.8 present.

Handle 0x0004, DMI type 4, 42 bytes
Processor Information
	Socket Designation: U3E1
	Type: Central Processor
	Family: Core i7
	Manufacturer: Intel(R) Corporation
	ID: E3 06 05 00 FF FB EB BF
	Signature: Type 0, Family 6, Model 94, Stepping 3
	Flags:
		FPU (Floating-point unit on-chip)
		VME (Virtual mode extension)
		DE (Debugging extension)
		PSE (Page size extension)
		TSC (Time stamp counter)
		MSR (Model specific registers)
		PAE (Physical address extension)
		MCE (Machine check exception)
		CX8 (CMPXCHG8 instruction supported)
		APIC (On-chip APIC hardware supported)
		SEP (Fast system call)
		MTRR (Memory type range registers)
		PGE (Page global enable)
		MCA (Machine check architecture)
		CMOV (Conditional move instruction supported)
		PAT (Page attribute table)
		PSE-36 (36-bit page size extension)
		CLFSH (CLFLUSH instruction supported)
		DS (Debug store)
		ACPI (ACPI supported)
		MMX (MMX technology supported)
		FXSR (FXSAVE and FXSTOR instructions supported)
		SSE (Streaming SIMD extensions)
		SSE2 (Streaming SIMD extensions 2)
		SS (Self-snoop)
		HTT (Multi-threading)
		TM (Thermal monitor supported)
		PBE (Pending break enabled)
	Version: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6700HQ CPU @ 2.60GHz
	Voltage: 0.9 V
	External Clock: 100 MHz
	Max Speed: 2600 MHz
	Current Speed: 2500 MHz
	Status: Populated, Enabled
	Upgrade: Other
	L1 Cache Handle: 0x0006
	L2 Cache Handle: 0x0007
	L3 Cache Handle: 0x0008
	Serial Number: To Be Filled By O.E.M.
	Asset Tag: To Be Filled By O.E.M.
	Part Number: To Be Filled By O.E.M.
	Core Count: 4
	Core Enabled: 4
	Thread Count: 8
	Characteristics:
		64-bit capable
		Multi-Core
		Hardware Thread
		Execute Protection
		Enhanced Virtualization
		Power/Performance Control

You can use the egrep command to filter only the required details.

$ sudo dmidecode -t processor | egrep "Family|Manufacturer|Version|Max Speed|Core Count|Thread Count"
	Family: Core i7
	Manufacturer: Intel(R) Corporation
	Signature: Type 0, Family 6, Model 94, Stepping 3
	Version: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6700HQ CPU @ 2.60GHz
	Max Speed: 2600 MHz
	Core Count: 4
	Thread Count: 8

7) How to Find the Memory Information in Linux Using the dmidecode Command

To get memory information using dmidecode, run the dmidecode command with -t option followed by memory keyword.

This will print the detailed information about memory such as Physical memory array, memory device, array handle, total width, data width, size, maximum capacity, etc.,.

$ sudo dmidecode -t memory

# dmidecode 3.2
Getting SMBIOS data from sysfs.
SMBIOS 2.8 present.

Handle 0x001C, DMI type 16, 23 bytes
Physical Memory Array
	Location: System Board Or Motherboard
	Use: System Memory
	Error Correction Type: None
	Maximum Capacity: 32 GB
	Error Information Handle: No Error
	Number Of Devices: 2

Handle 0x001D, DMI type 17, 40 bytes
Memory Device
	Array Handle: 0x001C
	Error Information Handle: No Error
	Total Width: 64 bits
	Data Width: 64 bits
	Size: 8192 MB
	Form Factor: SODIMM
	Set: None
	Locator: ChannelA-DIMM0
	Bank Locator: BANK 0
	Type: DDR4
	Type Detail: Synchronous
	Speed: 2133 MT/s
	Manufacturer: SK Hynix
	Serial Number: xxxxxxxx
	Asset Tag: 9876543210
	Part Number: HMA41GS6AFR8N-TF    
	Rank: 2
	Configured Memory Speed: 2133 MT/s
	Minimum Voltage: 1.25 V
	Maximum Voltage: 1.25 V
	Configured Voltage: 1.2 V

Handle 0x001E, DMI type 17, 40 bytes
Memory Device
	Array Handle: 0x001C
	Error Information Handle: No Error
	Total Width: Unknown
	Data Width: Unknown
	Size: No Module Installed
	Form Factor: Unknown
	Set: None
	Locator: ChannelA-DIMM1
	Bank Locator: BANK 1
	Type: Unknown
	Type Detail: None
	Speed: Unknown
	Manufacturer: Not Specified
	Serial Number: Not Specified
	Asset Tag: Not Specified
	Part Number: Not Specified
	Rank: Unknown
	Configured Memory Speed: Unknown
	Minimum Voltage: Unknown
	Maximum Voltage: Unknown
	Configured Voltage: Unknown

Handle 0x001F, DMI type 17, 40 bytes
Memory Device
	Array Handle: 0x001C
	Error Information Handle: No Error
	Total Width: 64 bits
	Data Width: 64 bits
	Size: 8192 MB
	Form Factor: SODIMM
	Set: None
	Locator: ChannelB-DIMM0
	Bank Locator: BANK 2
	Type: DDR4
	Type Detail: Synchronous
	Speed: 2133 MT/s
	Manufacturer: SK Hynix
	Serial Number: xxxxxxxxx
	Asset Tag: 9876543210
	Part Number: HMA41GS6AFR8N-TF    
	Rank: 2
	Configured Memory Speed: 2133 MT/s
	Minimum Voltage: 1.25 V
	Maximum Voltage: 1.25 V
	Configured Voltage: 1.2 V

Handle 0x0020, DMI type 17, 40 bytes
Memory Device
	Array Handle: 0x001C
	Error Information Handle: No Error
	Total Width: Unknown
	Data Width: Unknown
	Size: No Module Installed
	Form Factor: Unknown
	Set: None
	Locator: ChannelB-DIMM1
	Bank Locator: BANK 3
	Type: Unknown
	Type Detail: None
	Speed: Unknown
	Manufacturer: Not Specified
	Serial Number: Not Specified
	Asset Tag: Not Specified
	Part Number: Not Specified
	Rank: Unknown
	Configured Memory Speed: Unknown
	Minimum Voltage: Unknown
	Maximum Voltage: Unknown
	Configured Voltage: Unknown

You can use the egrep command to filter only the required details.

$ sudo dmidecode -t memory | egrep "Maximum Capacity|Number Of Devices|Size|Type:" | egrep -v "No Module|Unknown|None"
	Maximum Capacity: 32 GB
	Number Of Devices: 2
	Size: 8192 MB
	Type: DDR4
	Size: 8192 MB
	Type: DDR4

8) How to Check the Cache Information in Linux Using the dmidecode Command

To get cache information using dmidecode, run the dmidecode command with -t option followed by cache keyword.

This will print the detailed information about cache such as socket designation, configuration, operational mode, location , installed size, maximum size, supported SRAM types, installed SRAM types, error correction type, system type, etc.,.

$ sudo dmidecode -t cache

# dmidecode 3.2
Getting SMBIOS data from sysfs.
SMBIOS 2.8 present.

Handle 0x0005, DMI type 7, 19 bytes
Cache Information
	Socket Designation: L1 Cache
	Configuration: Enabled, Not Socketed, Level 1
	Operational Mode: Write Back
	Location: Internal
	Installed Size: 128 kB
	Maximum Size: 128 kB
	Supported SRAM Types:
		Synchronous
	Installed SRAM Type: Synchronous
	Speed: Unknown
	Error Correction Type: Parity
	System Type: Data
	Associativity: 8-way Set-associative

Handle 0x0006, DMI type 7, 19 bytes
Cache Information
	Socket Designation: L1 Cache
	Configuration: Enabled, Not Socketed, Level 1
	Operational Mode: Write Back
	Location: Internal
	Installed Size: 128 kB
	Maximum Size: 128 kB
	Supported SRAM Types:
		Synchronous
	Installed SRAM Type: Synchronous
	Speed: Unknown
	Error Correction Type: Parity
	System Type: Instruction
	Associativity: 8-way Set-associative

Handle 0x0007, DMI type 7, 19 bytes
Cache Information
	Socket Designation: L2 Cache
	Configuration: Enabled, Not Socketed, Level 2
	Operational Mode: Write Back
	Location: Internal
	Installed Size: 1024 kB
	Maximum Size: 1024 kB
	Supported SRAM Types:
		Synchronous
	Installed SRAM Type: Synchronous
	Speed: Unknown
	Error Correction Type: Single-bit ECC
	System Type: Unified
	Associativity: 4-way Set-associative

Handle 0x0008, DMI type 7, 19 bytes
Cache Information
	Socket Designation: L3 Cache
	Configuration: Enabled, Not Socketed, Level 3
	Operational Mode: Write Back
	Location: Internal
	Installed Size: 6144 kB
	Maximum Size: 6144 kB
	Supported SRAM Types:
		Synchronous
	Installed SRAM Type: Synchronous
	Speed: Unknown
	Error Correction Type: Multi-bit ECC
	System Type: Unified
	Associativity: 12-way Set-associative

9) How to Check the Connector Information in Linux Using the dmidecode Command

To get connector information using dmidecode, run the dmidecode command with -t option followed by connector keyword.

$ sudo dmidecode -t connector
# dmidecode 3.2
Getting SMBIOS data from sysfs.
SMBIOS 2.8 present.

Handle 0x0009, DMI type 8, 9 bytes
Port Connector Information
	Internal Reference Designator: J3A1
	Internal Connector Type: None
	External Reference Designator: USB
	External Connector Type: Access Bus (USB)
	Port Type: USB

Handle 0x000A, DMI type 8, 9 bytes
Port Connector Information
	Internal Reference Designator: J3A1
	Internal Connector Type: None
	External Reference Designator: USB
	External Connector Type: Access Bus (USB)
	Port Type: USB

Handle 0x000B, DMI type 8, 9 bytes
Port Connector Information
	Internal Reference Designator: J3A1
	Internal Connector Type: None
	External Reference Designator: USB
	External Connector Type: Access Bus (USB)
	Port Type: USB

Handle 0x000C, DMI type 8, 9 bytes
Port Connector Information
	Internal Reference Designator: J5A1
	Internal Connector Type: None
	External Reference Designator: USB
	External Connector Type: Access Bus (USB)
	Port Type: USB

Handle 0x000D, DMI type 8, 9 bytes
Port Connector Information
	Internal Reference Designator: J5A1
	Internal Connector Type: None
	External Reference Designator: USB
	External Connector Type: Access Bus (USB)
	Port Type: USB

Handle 0x000E, DMI type 8, 9 bytes
Port Connector Information
	Internal Reference Designator: J5A2
	Internal Connector Type: None
	External Reference Designator: USB
	External Connector Type: Access Bus (USB)
	Port Type: USB

Handle 0x000F, DMI type 8, 9 bytes
Port Connector Information
	Internal Reference Designator: J5A1
	Internal Connector Type: None
	External Reference Designator: Network
	External Connector Type: RJ-45
	Port Type: Network Port

Handle 0x0010, DMI type 8, 9 bytes
Port Connector Information
	Internal Reference Designator: J30
	Internal Connector Type: None
	External Reference Designator: Microphone In
	External Connector Type: Mini Jack (headphones)
	Port Type: Audio Port

Handle 0x0011, DMI type 8, 9 bytes
Port Connector Information
	Internal Reference Designator: J30
	Internal Connector Type: None
	External Reference Designator: Speaker Out
	External Connector Type: Mini Jack (headphones)
	Port Type: Audio Port

10) How to Check the Slot Information in Linux Using the dmidecode Command

To get slot information using dmidecode, run the dmidecode command with -t option followed by slot keyword.

$ sudo dmidecode -t slot

# dmidecode 3.2
Getting SMBIOS data from sysfs.
SMBIOS 2.8 present.

Handle 0x0012, DMI type 9, 17 bytes
System Slot Information
	Designation: J6C1
	Type: x1 PCI Express x1
	Current Usage: In Use
	Length: Other
	ID: 1
	Characteristics:
		PME signal is supported
		Hot-plug devices are supported
	Bus Address: 0000:00:1c.0

Handle 0x0013, DMI type 9, 17 bytes
System Slot Information
	Designation: J6D2
	Type: x1 PCI Express x1
	Current Usage: Available
	Length: Other
	ID: 2
	Characteristics:
		PME signal is supported
		Hot-plug devices are supported
	Bus Address: 0000:00:1c.1

Handle 0x0014, DMI type 9, 17 bytes
System Slot Information
	Designation: J7C1
	Type: x1 PCI Express x1
	Current Usage: In Use
	Length: Other
	ID: 3
	Characteristics:
		PME signal is supported
		Hot-plug devices are supported
	Bus Address: 0000:00:1c.2

Handle 0x0015, DMI type 9, 17 bytes
System Slot Information
	Designation: J7D1
	Type: x1 PCI Express x1
	Current Usage: In Use
	Length: Other
	ID: 4
	Characteristics:
		PME signal is supported
		Hot-plug devices are supported
	Bus Address: 0000:00:1c.3

Handle 0x0016, DMI type 9, 17 bytes
System Slot Information
	Designation: J8C1
	Type: x4 PCI Express x4
	Current Usage: Available
	Length: Other
	ID: 5
	Characteristics:
		PME signal is supported
		Hot-plug devices are supported
	Bus Address: 0000:00:1c.4

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