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Old 18th October 2004, 15:18   #1
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Default PCIe Ramps Up : Seven PCI Express Graphics Cards Compared

The transition to PCI Express has indeed been a painful one for the computing industry, causing confusion and frustration for both system builders and consumers. While changing computer connection standards is never easy, the pain of moving to PCI Express graphics cards from the well known AGP 8x standard has been made heightened by simultaneous releases of new graphics processors from both ATI and nVidia. Some of these new chips are for PCI Express, some are for AGP, some can be run on either connection type. If you don't follow this stuff on a daily basis, the situation can get really confusing, really fast.

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