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Originally Posted by JacKz5o View Post
IDE shouldn't be the only thing that should be going... we should also get rid of AGP and replace PCI with PCIe 1x/2x/4x/etc. IMO.
NOOOOO!!!! AGP will never die! mid range cards still don't saturate the agp bus and make great HTPC

w00t

AGP for ever!!!
post #12 of 12
Yea PCI-E x1 slots are tiny, and most motherboard have like 90 of them. More seriously, they have like 3 of them, that always go unused.

And i've never had issues with SATA < IDE or anyhting like that enterprise, could you be more specific?

At the end of the day hard drives matter very little to me. I just want as much digital space as possible while taking up as little physical space as possible. I'm hoping SSD + SATA can do that, cause HDD + IDE sure as hell didn't.
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