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Hi my name is wesley. ok well the difference between pci and agp cards is the agp graphics card is 8x & the pci is 16x witch is the difference in speed & pins so naturally the pci is much faster than agp cards because it is 16 bit it transfers the rate of a picture or game texture or any graphics twice as fast as agp is there anything else you would like to know?

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