Accelerated Graphics Port
Accelerated Graphics Port is the full form of AGP. The port helps to attach a video card to a computer system to accelerate 3D computer graphics. It is 32 bits and can connect one device per slot. These days there are various updates in this field which have surpassed the use of AGP, one of them is PCI Express. It was created in the year 1997 by Intel. Initially, PCI was designed and to keep up with time, AGP came into the picture. It can give a speed of 2133 MB/s. AGP full form, extensions, and its usage are a few topics asked in multiple-choice questions.