I read many opinions and would like to ask all of you opinion leaders:
Do you have V5500? (well I have three, one of which is a V5800 by oskar)
Do you have Asus or Abit motherboards, slot1 or socket370? (well I have boxes full of them and I know their strengths and weaknesses)
With these questions I ask you, what experience do you have on socket7 / super socket7, slot1 and socket370 systems?
.. excuse me but from certain answers I have read, you can see that you have confused ideas.
The super socket7 cards (because these were with agp slots and not the socket7 systems which only had pci slots), were compliant with the agp 1.0 standard with 3.3V supply voltage
However, it is true that despite having the right power supply voltage, often (for productive saving choices) they did not guarantee adequate power (read watts) therefore cards that required more power were poorly powered with all the resulting problems.
The system specification slot1 cards are all AGP 1.0 with 3.3V supply voltage
In these cards, especially if Asus or Abit and if the chipset is Intel and if not damaged by time or badly used, there is always an adequate power supply.
In the cheap cards or with the Via, Sis chipset, sometimes despite having 3.3V of voltage, the power is lacking - watts - so the most demanding cards could have operating problems, with the exception of those, such as power supply via molex which absorb the most part of the power needed by the molex.
Socket 370 cards generally have compatible 1.0 and 2.0 specific uAgp slots
Specifically if they have Intel chipsets will then be without Isa slots while in the case of Via chipsets they will still have Isa slots (I don't remember cards with Sis chipsets, but it is also true that at the time they did not interest me).
Finally a note on socket 478 cards
In these cards, see Abit SG-70, it is sometimes possible to find a uAgp slot and a chipset compatible with Agp 1.0 and 2.0 specifications, BUT in reality the power supplied to the slot is only 1.5V
Logical in these cases the cards that need 3.3V power supply will not work or will work badly with possible damage to the agp slot.
The Asus CUV4X-C of which news was asked, is a card for P3 coppermine, based on Via Apollo Pro133A chipset, without Isa slot (Asus prematurely eliminated the Isa slot, present instead in the first model of the CUV4X series) with uAgp slot compliant 1.0 and 2.0
Please, if we have certain news and not suppositions or theories, to correct any of my errors