Bios - AGP Aperture

In bios, the “AGP Aperture” is set to 64M.

My 4x AGP card is a 128mb Gf3 ti200.

Should i change the setting to 128M, or does AGP Aperture mean something else.

Tia.

AGP Aperture = How much system ram you want your AGP card to use. I’ve had a few trouble with it set at 64M If your having no trouble, then leave it. But if you are set it to as low as you can.

AGP aperture size normally should be set to half of your system ram.

oh, so i have 256mb of ram so i should set the setting to 128mb.

Is there any option in bios where u have to specify how much video memory your vid. card is using?

1 -correct

2 -no there is no option to set that

Originally posted by damiandimitri
AGP aperture size normally should be set to half of your system ram.

can’t set it to 768 mb :slight_smile:

lol

i was talking to the normal people…:stuck_out_tongue:

:confused: :confused: 768 … x 2 …= 1536 !! :confused: :confused:

Originally posted by shuebhussain
:confused: :confused: 768 … x 2 …= 1536 !! :confused: :confused:

yes :smiley:

lol…did you calculate that yourself or with your calculator…:wink:

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sure i believe u, but lets got 2 the link anyway … i had already figured it was probably 3x 512.

btw is it ddr or sd?

Originally posted by shuebhussain
[B]sure i believe u, but lets got 2 the link anyway … i had already figured it was probably 3x 512.

btw is it ddr or sd? [/B]

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