Bios - AGP Aperture

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#1

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.


#2

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.


#3

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


#4

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?


#5

1 -correct

2 -no there is no option to set that


#6

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:


#7

lol

i was talking to the normal people…:stuck_out_tongue:


#8

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


#9

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

yes :smiley:


#10

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


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#12

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#13

Originally posted by shuebhussain
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