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Old 05-11-03, 12:30 AM Thread Starter   #1
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Changing AGP & PCI bus speeds


Sandra told me my current AGP and PCI bus speeds are too high so i tried to change them. I have three choices, 3:2:1, 4:2:1, or 5:2:1. when my processor wasnt oced, it was 4:2:1, and the speed was fine, AGP=(133/4)x2=66mhz, PCI=(133/4)x1=33mhz).

my current settings should be fine, 13x166, vcore=1.75, and 5:2:1, but sandra still says they're too high. i did the calculations, and found out i'm still running agp and pci at 4:2:1, even though it says 5:2:1 in the bios. what could the problem be?
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