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RE: Can you use a 66MHz PCI device on AGP?
I have seen an Asiliant B69030 VGA controller used exactly like this. You
loose AGP sideband functionality, but it works. Not sure about any adaptors.
Maybe Technobox could help you there.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Thursday, May 03, 2001 2:01 AM
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> Subject: Can you use a 66MHz PCI device on AGP?
> According to the AGP Spec baseline (1x) AGP is basically PCI 66MHz. Does
> anyone know if it's possible to use an unmodified 66MHz PCI device in an
> AGP slot? (assuming you mounted it on an AGP form-factor board)
> If so, are there any adapter boards that allow you to plug a 66MHz PCI
> board into an AGP socket?
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