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    I just wished either ATI or nVidia (or both) changed their model numbers.... X800 (this was on-the-fly since X=10, and that was the next number) and 6800 (next number for nVidia)....

    Cmon friggin companies.... give us some creativity!

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    How long will nvidia continue to make products which will work on a AGP8X mainboard?

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    What do you mean?

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    Will any of the next gen gfx cards work with the current agp motherboards? or will we have to buy a top of the range gcard if we buy a pci express mainboard?

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    Originally posted by DJ X@10 April 2004 - 14:27
    Will any of the next gen gfx cards work with the current agp motherboards? or will we have to buy a top of the range gcard if we buy a pci express mainboard?
    theyre making some new cards for agp i beleive, but probably not very many, and probably not for very long...

    i think i heard they were going to come out with agp versions of there cards a few months after the pci express version, sora like how they release some pci versions about 6 months after the agp version...but i dont know if this is true...

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    Damn, and I guess they're changing the slots on the PCI-Express due to the voltage change and all that

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    Originally posted by DJ X@10 April 2004 - 14:35
    Damn, and I guess they're changing the slots on the PCI-Express due to the voltage change and all that 
    yup, whole new design...

    and the regular non video pci-express will also be differnt, theyre only about 3cm long, versus the curent ones which are i think 8cm...

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    Remember to bolt down your PCI cards hard when this things installed, with a fan that big they could be sucked inside/blown away .

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    Originally posted by ROSSCO_2004+10 April 2004 - 19:37--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (ROSSCO_2004 @ 10 April 2004 - 19:37)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-DJ X@10 April 2004 - 14:35
    Damn, and I guess they&#39;re changing the slots on the PCI-Express due to the voltage change and all that*
    yup, whole new design...

    and the regular non video pci-express will also be differnt, theyre only about 3cm long, versus the curent ones which are i think 8cm... [/b][/quote]
    An example of a PCI Express motherboard I saw had 1 16xPCI-E port (graphics), 4 of the small 1x (add-on cards) and then 4 normal PCI.

    ATi is developing a PCI to AGP 8x bridge last I heard too.

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