[COLOR=red]Hey, now this has probs been asked.... a 100 fold... anyway is there a AGP x8 version of this? because i dont have PCI-E yet.... :eek: [/COLOR]
And if so, will the system run it?
- Power supply Thermaltake Toughpower 750WATT
- CPU AMD Athlon XP 3200+ 2.2Ghz Barton 512K 400FSB Socket A
- Operating system Microsoft windows XP professional
- RAM, Kingston Valueram 1GB PC3200 DDR 400MHz 184-Pin Times 3 And if they dont got a AGP x8 Version of this, can someone tell me the top leading AGP Graphics Card plz, "NOTE" i heard the Sapphire Radeon X1950 Pro / AGP / 512MB / is the best for AGP x-M-x
x-Mandalore-x;3668241[COLOR=red]Hey, now this has probs been asked.... a 100 fold... anyway is there a AGP x8 version of this? because i dont have PCI-E yet.... :eek: [/COLOR][/quote] Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha (etc etc).
So that would be a no.x-Mandalore-x;3668241And if so, will the system run it?Irrelevant, considering the above. [QUOTE=x-Mandalore-x;3668241]i heard the Sapphire Radeon X1950 Pro / AGP / 512MB / is the best for AGP
Yup. The 7800GS is close, but the X1950 Pro the best.
Bs|Archaon;3668275Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha (etc etc). So that would be a no.[/quote] [COLOR=red]hahahaahhahaha.... to you to lol...so no AGP of these cards then? ahh well:smokin:[/COLOR]Bs|Archaon;3668275Irrelevant, considering the above.[COLOR=red]Well i should have no prob in running the X1950 Pro then, w00t:cool:[/COLOR] [quote=Bs|Archaon;3668275]Yup. The 7800GS is close, but the X1950 Pro the best.
[COLOR=red]Well the X1950 Pro is the best, does it go any higher then that for AGP 8x?:beer: [/COLOR] x-M-x
No, it doesn't get any better than that on AGP.
x-Mandalore-x;3668285 [COLOR=red]Well i should have no prob in running the X1950 Pro then, w00t:cool:[/COLOR]
You misunderstood me. I meant "the above" as in what I said - there are no 8800s on AGP, so it's irrelevant whether your system will "run it" because you can't install one anyway. An Athlon XP and 1gb RAM are just not going to cope with the most demanding games out there no matter what graphics card you strap to it. You'll be better off in the long run if you get away from AGP.
[color=red]Ahh, well maybe i need to get a new mobo then? time to upgrade to PCI-E w00t, but the system i have is heh ok for X1950 Pro, at the time being, Athlon XP 3 gig of ram, should do it. but in time i'll get PCI-E :) x-M-x[/color]
To get PCI-E you'll be needing a new motherboard, a new processor and new RAM.
Nvidia has stated they are going to still support AGP with the 8000 series cards
We just dont know for sure which models will be ported to AGP yet.
But seriously, its time to move to PCI express. Ther are too many low cost mobo's and Frye's even bundles mobo and dual core CPU's together at ridiculusly cheap prices. You wind up paying for a CPU with a mobo thrown in.
No way.It will not be an 8800 on AGP, only on PCI-Ex
You may see some lower end 8 series cards available in AGP to support customers using legacy hardware, however I wouldn't hold out for anything more powerful than an 8500, maybe an 8600 at most.
I know that nvidia have annouced that they will not release card for 8xxx series on agp.But I think Ati will release DX10 card on agp.