AGP support with Catalyst: answer from ATI tech

Finally I got an answer from ATI about the support of AGP card with Catalyst:

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Sir,

As AGP became obsolete (due to the PCI-e card), the driver supporting AGP will be update 4 times a year (every 3 months).

To be honest, it was said that the 7.11 should suport AGP, and it hasn't, so I can't tell you for sure if the next catalyst, 7.12, will support AGP, even if it should.

The company policy, though, is to keep supporting it, on a 3months basis.

Thanks & regards,

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So we will keep waiting for THIS new driver. One of these days...
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  1. mmm upgrade? its not like its expensive.. frankly im surprised people even still have agp boards. its been like 5 or so years since i have even had one :/ Looking at the price premiums for a agp version of a high end card it almost pays for a new board. hell evena cheap cpu and new ram if you need it isnt expensive.

    As for the post im not really surprised.
  2. Here's you go http://exdeus.home.comcast.net/~exdeus/ati-hd2x00/. Try it at your own risk as I haven't done it cause I don't have an AGP system anymore.
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