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Monday, January 03, 2005
Nvidia to debut entry-level AGP-capable GeForce 6-series chip


Nvidia plans to debut an entry-level version of its GeForce 6-series graphics chip, one that supports the AGP8X standard by the second quarter of 2005, according to sources in Taiwan.

Nvidia's AGP-capable GeForce 6200 graphics chip will support Shader Model 3.0, the sources said. Then, its GeForce 6600 graphics chip supporting AGP8X will follow soon after the introduction of the AGP-enabled GeForce 6200, the sources added.

AGP8X-enabled graphics cards account for more than 80% of global graphics-card shipments at present since PCI Express (PCIe)-enabled graphics cards will not be replacing this market in the short term, the sources commented.

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