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ATOP – AGP card to PCIe Mainboard Bridge Card
The ATOP bridge card allows a user to use their existing AGP-8x VGA card in a mainboard designed for PCI-Express VGA cards.
The AGP card simply piggybacks onto the ATOP card which is then plugged into the PCIe slot of the mainboard.
ATOP requires a mainboard with an empty x16 PCI-Express slot.
ATOP supports the Albatron AGP cards in the following series:
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