As expected, Intel has released details of version 2.0 of its Accelerated Graphics Port specification. That will supply bandwidth of up to 1Gbyte and is intended to support faster throughput on a graphics 66MHz bus.
Manufacturers were clamouring for an updated specification because of design problems they had with motherboards.
But, in any case, AGP will not perform as required until the release of Windows 98, as AGP takes advantage of specific calls in the OS.
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