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Sapphire HD-4650-AGP 8x 800MHz 1GB - £59.46 @ SCAN

£59.46 @ Scan
Don't get rid of that old APG motherboard yet and get free delivery through AVForums membership! The SAPPHIRE HD 4650 AGP brings the features of the highly acclaimed HD 4000 series to the users of …
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7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
Don't get rid of that old APG motherboard yet and get free delivery through AVForums membership!

The SAPPHIRE HD 4650 AGP brings the features of the highly acclaimed HD 4000 series to the users of older PC systems with the AGP graphics bus. In addition to dramatically increased graphics performance, this means support for all the latest generation of games with DirectX 10.1 and the ability to smoothly play HD-DVDs and Blu-Ray Discs with the built-in hardware UVD decoder.

Graphics Processor: Radeon HD 4650
Memory Installed: 1GB DDR2
Interface: AGP 8X
Main Specifications:
24x custom filter anti-aliasing (CFAA) and high performance anisotropic filtering
AGP 4x/8x bus interface
I/O Output: VGA+DL-DVI-I+HDMI
Core Clock: 600 MHz
320 Stream Processors
Memory Clock: 400MHz, 800 Mbps
1024MB /128bit DDR2 memory interface
Single Slot Active Cooler
HDMI On-board
7.1 Audio Channel Support
Microsoft DirectX 10.1 support
Shader Model 4.1 support
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7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
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#1
hi anyone with the old agp slot that want to squeeze the last of their use this is great. . . if you someone who wants or bought the windows 7 this card will help with a few problems older cards might give you. supporting direct x 10 is a great step forward to playing recent games also. good post dagk
#2
Hot for the strapped AGP upgrader.
#3
wow agp is still around?
#4
Companies were still selling cheap AGP motherboards 2 years ago. Sure, most people were on PCI-E but some people (not me) wanted an upgrade path utilizing the graphics card or processor they had then, or bought a machine that had an AGP motherboard and now may want an upgrade.
#5
muffin247
wow agp is still around?


you're damn right.
my Asus SK8V will never die! ;-)
#6
You can still buy a brand new mainboard for this card :D
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/102909
#7
didnt know they had a agp versiion of this. The thing is who has an agp motherboard these days surely its better in the long run to upgrade your motherboard. AGP cards are more expensive than their PCI-E equivalents. Throw away your old motherboard buy a cheap PCI-E motherboard and a a PCI-E 4650/4670 and its much more futureproof. Voting lukewarm.
#8
If I was t through away my AGP motherboard for one which had a PCI-E slot then it wouldn't be just the cost of the motherboard as it is a socket 478. It would mean I would then have to buy a new processor to fit my new PCI-E motherboard and no doubt my existing memory wouldn't be compatible either so I would have to replace the memory too. Before you know it I would have spent a small fortune. In replacing my existing AGP card with this one my fantastic socket 478, P4 3.2 GHZ pc will live forever! (maybe).
#9
Computerman
didnt know they had a agp versiion of this. The thing is who has an agp motherboard these days surely its better in the long run to upgrade your motherboard. AGP cards are more expensive than their PCI-E equivalents. Throw away your old motherboard buy a cheap PCI-E motherboard and a a PCI-E 4650/4670 and its much more futureproof. Voting lukewarm.


That's only fine as long as the new PCI-E mobo still takes the aging CPU and memory that you have on the original mobo, which I very much doubt. If not, then the graphics card upgrade is surely the cheaper route.

Edit: Maybe I should scroll all the way down before responding, then I wouldn't repeat what dagk had already said. doh!
#10
I would love to get this but quite possibly my newish GPU won't cope with this gem plus case isn't that well ventilated either.

I'm surprised it's GDDR2 and not 3 also DDR2, whether that makes a difference? Also the cooling on the image on Scan looks pretty crap.

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