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Monday, 23 July 2007 11:18

No sound of Nvidia's DX10 AGP

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Very unlikely


We tried to ask around about Nvidia's AGP version of its DirectX 10 G84 and G86 cores and we found out that there is still no solid news that Nvidia will make such a design.

Nvidia's previous HSI bridge chip is not compatible with these chips and we know that Nvidia had to make a new one but are not sure if Nvidia decided to do that or not.

ATI DX10 AGP cards are around the corner and should show up any day now and the designs includes Radeon HD 2600 and HD 2400 cards. This will be a lot of AGP card for a little money.

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