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Maybe this is old newz, I am just behind on the times

I had no idea there were any 7x series AGP cards, probably the last we will see of them anyway, farewell AGP
    
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Yeah they do ..... They came out a few months ago or something like that....
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Nvidia didn't want to make any AGP 7xxx series cards when they first announced their 7 line. Everyone thought ATI would win since they planned on producing AGP cards in the x1 line. And then Nvidia got smart and made some AGP cards. Competition these days...
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Isnt the 7800 agp more than the 7800 pci-e? I was checking prices and noticed it was about $150 more. With $150 you might aswell get a new pci-e mobo.
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Isnt the 7800 agp more than the 7800 pci-e? I was checking prices and noticed it was about $150 more. With $150 you might aswell get a new pci-e mobo.
That's true. This is how Nvidia is pursuading people to upgrade to PCI-E by increasing the price of the card's AGP counterparts. In other words, Nvidia prefers you to buy the PCI-E mobo and PCI-E card.
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