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A freely extensible graphics bus structure can increase the available bandwidth of the graphics controller and provide the necessary performance for the graphics controller to directly perform texture processing in the system memory.



AGP (Accelerated Graphics Port) is a new graphics slot designed and led by Intel Corporation and used in the motherboard. The biggest function of AGP is to process and display images and graphics more quickly. At the same time, part of the main memory can be used as a display memory to reduce system costs. Therefore, whether it is a game designer or a 3D software development company, Software with more complicated graphics can be launched to give full play to the powerful power of AGP. As long as there is an AGP slot on the motherboard and the graphics card is also AGP, you can enjoy the thrill of AGP.

This is a new interface standard, which is significantly different from PCI in physical structure, and is designed for graphics controllers. It uses both the frame buffer memory and system memory on the card.


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