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  1. Hello Linus tech tips can i trykt to make the Best gaming pc for People with not much money and give all the info of the stuff inside the pc

    PS i love your videos keep up the good work

  2. An AGP 8x graphics card, yeah Linus, why would they design it like that in a Mid-2003/2004 computer?! For everyone interested:
    First PCIe graphics card test samples were build in 2004, becoming avaiable in late 2004, early 2005.
    A while they used AGP-to-PCIe Bridge Chips (or HIS – High Speed Interconnect), which made them essentially AGP cards with no speed benefit what so ever. Early samples even were slower. Not to mention that like how today GPUs hardly use PCIe 3.0 bandwith, then AGP 8x cards weren't much faster than AGP 4x, so that bandwith need was no problem. PCIe did allow bus-based SLI and Crossfire though.
    Nvidias first native PCIe chip design was released June 2005 in form of Series 7 Geforce like Geforce 7800 GTX (G70).
    ATIs first native PCIe design was Radeon X850 (R480) late 2004.
    To make these cards avaiable for AGP bus they again used a bridge, this time the other way around (like ATI Rialto Chip). Especially large scale OEMs had need for AGP cards.

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