|While the slaves to logic still roaming around the world think AGP should be given a proper burial, AMD partners seem to hold the old port very close to their hearts and are not ready to let it go. PowerColor is the latest having 'issues' as it has prepared a AGP version of the Radeon HD 3850, a top notch affordable card that supports DirectX 10.1, has the UVD (unified video decode) and is powered by the 55nm-built RV670 chip. The new AGP card, which you can view below, features a two-slot cooling system, stock clocks (668 and 1660 MHz for the core and memory) and 512 MB of GDDR3 memory. The AGP-ed Radeon HD 3850 has already popped up in store and can be found at just under 200 euros.|
This is really great news for all of the AGP owners like myself.