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As the AM3 and my games show their is no difference whatsoever
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Here is my opion on the matter. If your system memory is faster or the same as your Video Card memory i would set it as high as u can. but if the system memory is slower then the Video card memory i would set it 2 about 64mb. (i did some mucking around with different memory configurations and 3dcards and that seams 2 work)
post #13 of 14
I would say set the Aperature size to half of what ever your Graphics cards RAM is. So say you have a card with 256MB of VRAM than you should set it to 128 if you have 128 set it to 64. In my personal experiance that has allways yielded the best results. Also if you look at your score it was your CPU preformance that made the difference in the test suggesting that you are dedicating too much Physical Memory to your card and you should probally either get more ram to make up for what your giving or keep it at 64MB. This change actually made no difference on your Graphics preformance.
post #14 of 14
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I have 1280MB of ram, so lack of ram is not the problem. I guess taking some of it away is what lowered my CPU score. My VGA score stayed the same because it didnt need to use the RAM
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