Asrock has unveiled a quite odd motherboard for Socket AM2 processors. Their new ALiveDual-eSATA2 motherboard for AMD Phenom X2 and X4 processors has PCI Express x16 support but also features an old AGP 8x slot:
Both PCI Express x16 and AGP 8X slots design have always been one of the favorite designs for end-users, and ASRock realized their needs. With PCI Express x16 and AGP 8X slots both designed, users may utilize whatever graphics cards they got on their hands. This Dual VGA combination of ALiveDual-eSATA2 is interesting because users may test both cards on their systems to find out the optimal configurations for best performance.
The motherboard uses the NVIDIA M1695 and nForce3 250 chipsets and features DDR2 memory support, Gigabit LAN, 2 Serial ATA ports, 2 Serial ATA II ports, RAID 0, 1 and JBOD, 1 eSATAII port, HDMI SPDIF, ...
Here are the full specifications:
Socket AM2 for AMD Phenom X4 / X2, Athlon 64FX / 64X2 / X2 / 64 and