Just when everyone thinks that the days of AGP are dead and gone, a new AGP card seems to pop out of nowhere. This is exactly what PowerColor has done with their latest release of the Radeon HD 4770 512MB GDDR5 AGP card.
Those with older system will be pleased to know that they have one last chance to milk a little more time out of their aging systems. The PowerColor Radeon HD 4770 AGP card come clocked just the same as the PCI-E variant with a 750MHz core clock and 3200MHz on the GDDR5.
As the 4770 doesn't support native AGP, PowerColor has integrated a special bridge chip that allows for the use of AGP. This might cause some compatibility issues but they should be few and far between. While PowerColor doesn't seem to have any information on their website about the card, it can be found on Amazon for $99.
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