Linux users can list their PCI devices with lspci (SCO users can use "hw -r pci" for a similar listing).
"setpci" is a little known companion that you may never need, but will be happy to know about if you ever do. This https://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/library/l-hw2.html gives an example of using setpci to fix a lock-up problem.
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Today’s computers are not even close to a 4-year-old human in their ability to see, talk, move, or use common sense. One reason, of course, is sheer computing power. It has been estimated that the information processing capacity of even the most powerful supercomputer is equal to the nervous system of a snail—a tiny fraction of the power available to the supercomputer inside [our] skull. (Steven Pinker)