PowerColor is going to show its range of AGP based Radeon HD cards at Computex as well and we've got the specs and pictures of a couple of the first cards. As AGP doesn't offer enough power, both cards have a standard 4-pin MOLEX connector for extra power.
PowerColor will have a Radeon HD 2600 Pro and a Radeon HD 2400 Pro, the HD 2600 will be available with 256 or 512MB of memory while the HD 2400 will have 128 or 256MB. The the HD 2600 will have dual DVI and a DVI to HDMI converter, while the HD 2400 will have a DVI, D-Sub and a DVI to HDMI converter.
The HD 2600 Pro will be clocked at 600MHz for the core and 400MHz DDR for the memory. The HD 2400 Pro will be clocked slower at 525MHz for the core and 400MHz DDR for the memory. Both cards are likely to use DDR2 memory. We'll bring you more info and some better picture of these cards next week from the show.
This is what the cards will look like