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    agp/pci frequency?

    can someone explain to me what this setting does?
    the options for this setting is [66.66/33.33], [72.73/36.36], and [80.00/40.00].
    does it have anything to do w/ ram frequency?
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    It`s for overclocking your AGP and PCI BUS.

    [66.66/33.33] are the default frequencys.
    AGP=66.66mhz/PCI=33.33mhz.

    OCing the AGP and/or PCI BUS will not effect you RAM frequency.
    That is controled by your FSB (Front Side BUS)
    Last edited by Flash; November 13th, 2003 at 02:34 AM.

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    They can be locked at their default value,which can increase the system stablility.So so that.
    If not locked,they have something to do with the FSB,so does the RAM frequency.So they are connected.
    Last edited by jifengcao; November 13th, 2003 at 10:27 PM.

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    i'm still pretty confused...this setting appears in the same section in my bios as the fsb setting, dram frequency setting, etc...so i'm just curious as to what the agp/pci setting does...
    P4C 2.8ghz o/c'ed to 3.36ghz
    Asus P4C800 Deluxe mobo
    2 x 512mb Kingston HyperX pc4000 DDR
    nVidia GeForce 6800
    Sound Blaster Audigy 2 ZS Gamer
    160GB 7200rpm SATA Seagate
    74GB 10000rpm Western Digital Raptor
    ATI TV Wonder Pro

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