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is an agp bus of 76mhz too high?

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Old 10-28-01, 08:20 PM Thread Starter   #1
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is an agp bus of 76mhz too high?


can that speed actually lower performance?
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Old 10-28-01, 09:20 PM   #2
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Thats actually ok. I think most cards work fine up until about 80mhz. Mines going strong at 100mhz @ 1x but 2x it has to be below 80mhz. Alot of newer cards work fine up at those higher AGP speeds. With yours at only 10mhz over spec I think you should be fine and it shouldn't lower performance.

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Old 10-29-01, 11:48 AM   #3
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Got a ASUS Geforce MX that does 100MHz x2 without any problems on a BX board.
the higher AGP Bus will help you, not make you go slower at all
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