Grantsdale board offers AGP, PCI-E, DDR, and DDR2

— 1:34 AM on June 4, 2004

The Inquirer has the scoop on a unique Grantsdale motherboard from ECS that should appeal to those who like to upgrade incrementally. Dubbed the 915P-A, the board apparently sports both AGP and PCI Express X16 slots for graphics and DDR and DDR2 slots for memory. Intel was previously thought to have dropped AGP support from its Grantsdale chipset, leading AnandTech to speculate that ECS and others have hacked AGP support into their Grantsdale boards by hanging the AGP slot off the PCI bus.

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