Club 3D has listed an AGP version of the HD 3850 card on its Web site. This card will feature non-reference cooling and will bring DX10.1 support to the AGP slot.
According to the specifications listed at Club3D's Web site, the AGP version of the HD 3850 card will feature reference 668MHz clock for the core and reference 828MHz clock for 512MB of GDDR3 memory. As was the case with PCIe version, the AGP version will also feature a 256-bit memory interface and support for DirectX 10.1 and Shader Model 4.1.
The card will use non-reference cooling, the same one that Club3D used on the PCI-Express version. The Club3D card still isn't listed on any price search Web sites, but it shouldn't end up more expensive than Sapphire's and Powercolor's HD 3850 AGP, which currently sells for €170 to €190.