There are a few 6200 AGP boards on show at NVIDIA's partners, here at CeBit in Halle 24. Inno3D have one up for example, but Point of View's is a bit different, since it's not NV44A, rather NV44 and BR2. With its molex feed for power, it's more than just a basic cheap board for the masses, rather for the tweaker on a budget. It's one of PoV's first boards back from production and it's more a qualification sample than one that's currently in mass production, but they decided to take it to CeBit and they hinted it might clock a bit.

With 6200 AGP yet to break cover in any real way, the presence of partner boards at CeBit is an indication that they're pretty close. That it's not NV44A is something extra.