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AGP Apreture Size

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jroc

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#2
128 is correct...the AGP size refers to the video cards ram. The only setting to be set maybe is if you have a x4 or x8 card..and if your motherboard supports x8...
 
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WAM

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#4
id agree with snook...............setting the aperture size to the equivalent ram doesnt necessarily mean the best performance......play around with the settings and find the best one
 

Sazar

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#5
agp aperture size does not really affect performance much but it does sometimes affect the stability of a system..

rule of thumb.. normally set the aperture size to 1/4 of total system memory...

I leave mine @ 128 since I have a 128MB vid card and have noticed absolutely no difference between 256/128 or 64mb aperture size :)

if your system is stable... it does not matter..
 

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