The Accelerated Graphics Port (also called Advanced Graphics Port) is a high-speed point-to-point channel for attaching a graphics card to a computer's motherboard, primarily to assist in the acceleration of 3D computer graphics. Some motherboards have been built with multiple independent AGP slots. AGP is slowly being phased out in favour of PCI Express.AnswerIn computer jargon, AGP means Accelerated Graphics Port, and is used to generate video images based upon graphic generator programs. This is the port commonly used for games, which require that the image displayed on the monitor be calculated from a data stream, rather than simply passed through the computer like a television signal. Many high level gamers prefer to use graphics generated by specialized video/graphic cards, which are added to the motherboard of the computer. These cards have separate processors for decoding and generating video, and are able to create high resolution graphic images at a much faster rate than graphics chips which must rely upon the CPU to process the graphics output. The Accelerated Graphics Port is where these specialized cards are installed on the motherboard, where they are able to receive the graphics data stream prior to it entering the CPU, if I remember correctly.
Buy a motherboard with an AGP slot.
An AGP slot was useful for video card
Yes, an 8x AGP card will work in an AGP Pro slot.
Yes the 8X AGP slot is Backwards compatible with the 4X AGP Card
An AGP slot was useful for video cards up until 2007 but is no longer the the standard slot for this purpose.
An AGP video card.
AN AGP universal slot has no notches so it can fit different AGP standard video cards.
A video graphics card goes in a AGP slot. ( AGP: Accelerated Graphics Port )
No. An AGP slot is both physically and electrically different from a PCI slot.
Make sure that you check your motherboard specs, but generally a 4x AGP will work in an 8x AGP slot as AGP slots are considered to have backward capability.
The full form of AGP slot in computer is Accelerated Graphics Port.
AGP slot is one of the types of video card available. Nowadays, almost every CPU has one AGP card slot. AGP cards are automatically detected as in-built video cards when connected to AGP slot of system. They provide better resolution than onboard/integrated video.
Yes, AGP is completely backwards compatible.
An AGP video card.
If the port on your motherboard is an AGP slot then it doesn't matter if you have ddr or ddr2
No.. AGP is the Graphics Port and PCI Express is Multi-Purpose..
Theres an AGP Slot on the motherboard which is part of it so AGP
PCI express x16 is a faster slot
I believe you can get PCI, PCI-X or AGP video capture cards. Each card would need the corresponding slot, such as an AGP card would require an AGP slot.
AGP slot is one of the types of video card available. Nowadays, almost every CPU has one AGP card slot. AGP cards are automatically detected as in-built video cards when connected to AGP slot of system. They provide better resolution than onboard/integrated video
AGP cards will fit only AGP slots in all computers which have it.
No. You will need to replace your motherboard to get PCI-E.
it wont work with out the right one