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ATI Technologies: More AGP Products Soon.
ATI Technologies’ executive confirmed the company’s commitment to AGP 8x bus and appropriate personal computers and said ATI would launch products for AGP shortly in an interview with a UK-based web-site. Nevertheless, it was not said whether the products would use a bridge or would feature native support.
ATI Confirms Future AGP Products
“We will have more AGP products to add to our product family very soon,” said Matt Skyner, ATI's Director of Discrete Desktop Graphics, answering Hexus.net web-site’s question whether there were any possible issues with ATI’s Rialto bridge-chip that could change the company’s product schedule.
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