Let it die all ready...
Originally Posted by wolf_08
To most people the AGP interface is a thing of the past. But there are still those who have motherboards and computers with the AGP format, and has no intention of upgrading the PC for some time. There are graphics card manufacturers who hasn't given up on AGP and one of them is PowerColor. It recently revealed that it is currently working on an AGP version of AMD's Radeon HD 4600 graphics card.
It hasn't specified which cards it will degrade and bring back in time, but apparently there is a big enough market to motivate the development cost. Prices and specifications should surface within a few weeks.
Originally Posted by sgdude
there is already a agp 3850 so a agp 46x0 wont really be too much of a step up (the 4650 is slower than the 3850 and the 4670 is barely any faster) so this is not much of a step up.