Will 8xAGP be supported for a few years yet or is it ont he way out fast? If I bought a motherboard (Athlong 64 939 socket) now with 8xAGP, would I be making a massive mistake, a medium mistake or no real mistake at all? It's easy to say, 'why not just get a PCI-E motherboard and be done with it?' Well, because I don't plan on buying a PCI-E Gfx card at the same time I buy the new board. I would like to carry on using my current (admittedly old and tired GeForce 4 ti4200 64Mb) card with the new set up until I can afford to buy a new card. The options are: Buy the 8xAGP motherboard, use current GeForce 4ti etc, buy a GeForce 6600GT AGP later on. -OR- Stop being an impatient greedy git and wait until I can afford to buy the 6600GT PCI-E and a PCI-E motherboard all at the same time. -OR- (which I just thought of) Find a motherboard with both a 8xAGP and a PCI-E port. If they exist.