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Originally Posted by LifIsPeachy02

How do i up my AGP voltage? I can't find a setting for it in my BIOS.

you have to do a volt mod which isnt easy..im pretty sure you can't do it through bios or and software you have to physically mod it.
 

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Originally Posted by Leprachuan

you have to do a volt mod which isnt easy..im pretty sure you can't do it through bios or and software you have to physically mod it.

Thats the only way? I have heard of a lot of people changing it thru their BIOS.
 

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overvolting the AGP bus generally isnt needed although it has been known to prevent "stutter" through the card receiving bad signals at default AGP voltage, do not raise your AGP voltage above 1.7v. for any VC info you need try checking out my guide
 

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overvolting the AGP bus generally isnt needed although it has been known to prevent "stutter" through the card receiving bad signals at default AGP voltage, do not raise your AGP voltage above 1.7v. for any VC info you need try checking out my guide


Thats a great guide there. But how exactly do i got about changing it??
 

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in your bios somewhere there will be an option saying something along the lines of "AGP voltage" the setting you should see next to it is 1.55v, raise this to 1.6v and that will supply a much better signal to your VC
 

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in your bios somewhere there will be an option saying something along the lines of "AGP voltage" the setting you should see next to it is 1.55v, raise this to 1.6v and that will supply a much better signal to your VC


Is this in the computer BIOS when i start up? If so I can't find that setting. All i found realating to voltage was the CPU VCour.
 

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hmm......odd, if its really not there try updating your bios.

I will try that. Can i make a CD-R bootable for this instead of a floppy i don't have a floppy drive??
 

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Yes you can. Look for a bootable CD ISO image download on google.
 

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Originally Posted by LifIsPeachy02

I will try that. Can i make a CD-R bootable for this instead of a floppy i don't have a floppy drive??

there is a thread on that in this very forum somewhere, i cant find it though, anyone else seen it?
 
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