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|16th February 2004, 22:53||#1|
When PCI-Express will be introduced later this year, will AGP immediately disappear or will the two co-exist for a while ?
I'm asking because I'm considering buying a new graphic card and I was wondering if it was worthwhile...
thx already !
|16th February 2004, 23:20||#3|
Join Date: May 2002
ATI will be releasing an AGP and PCI-E version of their upcoming card, I don't see why nVidia or others won't do the same. I think we will see up to 1 year that they will co-exist, and then some. You can still buy PCI videocards that can give you average/low performance in current games. says enough in my book
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