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Yes, because it did not provide the necessary connections for wider use AGP had asymmetric bandwidths. It was very much faster in transferring data from the CPU to the graphics card. For transferring data back from the graphics card to the CPU though, it was no faster than a PCI slot. For graphics cards, this is exactly what you need. You typically do not ...


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I researched this question online fairly thoroughly a while back. I could not find any reference to an AGP device that wasn't a graphics card. It wasn't exhaustive, and absence of proof is not proof of absence, but I strongly suspect no such cards were made. I also think there are technical and economic reasons that make it unlikely. It would have been a ...


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