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AGP Voltage in bios

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JoJoMoJo

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Aug 17, 2001
Does the AGP voltage in your bios settings act the same way as in a VMOD for your graphics card?
 

Kato

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Not really. The BIOS setting allows you to stablize the AGP voltage. For example, if your 1.5V AGP card is running at 1.43V for some reason, bumping up the AGP voltage a tap can ensure your card running with 1.5V. But your voltage regulator on the videocard still control how much voltage will be running through your videocard. Thats where a Vmodd is needed, it "fool" the regulator to allow more voltage feeding to your card.
 
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JoJoMoJo

JoJoMoJo

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could ya be kinda enough to post a url for me. Im using the G4 4600 TI from PNY.