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Thread: PCI Express vs. AGP8x




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    knowing computer manufacturers, im sure well see a pci express pci add-on card...

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    ZEROKOOL: Making an adaptor to run a PCI Express graphics card on an Accelerated Graphics Port, would be like making an adaptor to run an Athlon 64 on a socket 7 motherboard, what would be the point?

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    Originally posted by weta
    PCI Express currently runs at 2.5Gtps, or 250MBps per lane in each direction, providing a total bandwidth of 16GBps in a 32-lane configuration. Future frequency increases will scale up total bandwidth to the limits of copper and significantly beyond that via other media without impacting any layers above the Physical Layer in the protocol stack. PCI Express provides I/O attach points for high-performance graphics, 1394b, USB 2.0, InfiniBand™ Architecture, Gigabit networking and so on.
    Damn ! Fast stuff !!! :woot:
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