NVIDIA to launch AGP version of its GeForce 6200

Posted on Thursday, Dec 30 2004 @ 19:51 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
We heard that Nvidia plans to bring all of the Geforce six series back to AGP. Nvidia wants to make Shader 3.0 available for all of its customers as many of them still have AGP systems.

The company is working on a printed circuit board (PCB) that will enable its customers to make 6200 AGP cards. Of course this card will be powered with the BR2, HSI chip which translates PCIe commands to AGP and vice versa.

Read more at The Inquirer


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