HardwareZone and TweakTown both have reviews of graphics cards based on NVIDIA's new AGP 8X version of the GeForce4 MX 440, which provide a quick peek at how an updated GeForce2 core handles 2GB/s of AGP bandwidth. The reviews are particularly interesting because HardwareZone is testing a 64MB card, and TweakTown is testing a 128MB card, though the two aren't compared directly.
No reviews yet of AGP 8X versions of the GeForce4 Ti 4200, which is a far more compelling product. We'll keep our eyes peeled.
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