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Short for Accelerated Graphics Port, AGP is a point-to-point channel that allows your to connect a video card to the motherboard of a computer. Even though AGP video cards have slowly been replaced by PCI Express cards, there are still several AGP models available on the market.


An AGP card is suitable for those who are looking to replace the video card of their computer or build an old-school computer. AGP graphics cards are available in several speeds, including 128, 256, and 512 MB.