ok AGP has been hanging around by a thread ever scice the 7 series cards came out and i think it's time to settle the qeustion, Keep AGP or Kill it. i found a website that told me the specs of AGP, and had to go to toms hardware for PCI-E specs
AGP (1x): 66MHz clock, 8 bytes/clock, Bandwidth: 266MB/s [3.3V or 1.5V signal swing]
AGP 2x: 133MHz clock, 8 bytes/clock, Bandwidth: 533MB/s [3.3V or 1.5V signal swing]
AGP 4x: 266MHz clock, 16 bytes/clock, Bandwidth: 1066MB/s [1.5V signal swing]
AGP 8x: 533MHz clock, 32 bytes/clock, Bandwidth: 2.1GB/s [0.8V signal swing], still uses 1.5 volt motherboard power
Although the 7800GS is most likely to be the last AGP card ever made, do you think they should still produce AGP mobo's and cards after a year or 2 from now, or just make every mobo and video card with PCI-E in about a year or 2?