Mais uma prova que a curto prazo, 8X é apenas pra ingles ver....como prova uma review do HardOCP So, where are we at? Well, overall the differences in performance between AGP 4X and AGP 8X were roughly a few frames at most faster. Now, I do have to say it actually was faster in each resolution by having AGP 8X. It wasn’t noticeably faster by any means, but it was "benchmarkably" faster, which is certainly what some folks want. Obviously with current games on the Ti 4200, you won't notice any benefit in moving to AGP 8X at all. AGP 8X on the Ti 4200 in current games is nothing but a marketing feature. Where you might expect AGP 8X to increase performance, it does not on the Ti 4200. The Ti 4200 GPU has too many other limitations at the higher resolutions that's keeping AGP 8X from being needed at this point. Now don't think that AGP 8X won't have its place. Like every new graphics technology, it takes time for the games to catch up to it and take full advantage of it. There will be a time when having AGP 8X over AGP 4X shows a marked improvement and will be the connection speed of choice, but right now on the Ti 4200 it's just a feature that isn't needed quite yet for current games. There's no need to rush out there to purchase an 8X AGP capable motherboard and video card to run current games. Now, of course, there is no reason not to buy a card with AGP 8X, as it is not going to hinder you.