Graphics Cards – PCIe Everywhere

Along with the upcoming socket 775 launch from Intel, we will see the launch of PCIe graphics solutions as well, and Computex was plastered with them.  Here I’ll show you both the AGP and PCIe solutions from various vendors.

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Chaintech’s NV 6800 card

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Chaintech’s 6800Ultra card

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A collection of PCIe NVIDIA graphics cards from Chaintech

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Asus had an interesting 6800U card — one that featured a 1-slot cooling solution.  Asus told me that NVIDIA told them it couldn’t be done, but they were able to do it and even allow room for overclocking via their software included in their cards.

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Asus X800 Pro AGP card

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Low end PCIe from MSI – NV 5750

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MSI shows off an NV 6800 solution

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This is an NV45 – NV40 graphics in a slightly modified form using PCI Express

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Here is the ATI Radeon X800 is PCIe form

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And also in AGP form from MSI (MSI Finally does ATI cards!)

 

 

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