DigiTimes
reported that NVIDIA is scheduled to launch an updated bridge chip codenamed A05
which supports the GeForce 8600, 8400 as well as the new G92 and G98 series in
October. This is due to continued demand, particularly from Internet cafe and
emerging markets, for AGP-based products. AMD also planned to introduce AGP
versions of its Radeon HD 2600 (R630) and 2400 (R610) GPUs too.

DigiTimes
reported that NVIDIA is scheduled to launch an updated bridge chip codenamed A05
which supports the GeForce 8600, 8400 as well as the new G92 and G98 series in
October. This is due to continued demand, particularly from Internet cafe and
emerging markets, for AGP-based products. AMD also planned to introduce AGP
versions of its Radeon HD 2600 (R630) and 2400 (R610) GPUs too.