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    AGP Aperture size on ASUS CUSL2

    Anyone know how to change the aperture size in the bios of the CUSL2? I searched the whole thing, couldn't find any mention of AGP aperture size. I know my old computer had it right with all the other chipset settings.

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    Isn't it right under AGP Settings?
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    AGP settings of the video card control panel? No.
    It should be in the bios under advanced config or chipset config.

    In the bios I've got MAIN, ADVANCED, POWER, BOOT. Main has just disk drive and time information like usual. Advanced has the bus speed, CPU speed and a couple other things as well as sub menus to CHIP CONFIGURATION, I/O DEVICE CONFIG, PCI CONFIG, and SHADOW CONFIG. Now chip config should have an option for setting the AGP aperture size, it has some other video options like UC/USWC but doesn't have the aperture size.

    I'm just wondering if anyone else with this same MB knows how I can change the aperture size on it. Might I need a special bios update to enable it?

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    There is no way to manually adjust the agp settings on the cusl2.
    It's unfortunate, but I believe it may be a feature of the I815 chipset.

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    So, do you know what the default setting is? I can't run the 64mb textures on 3Dmark2000 so I'm guessing it's too low.

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