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Old 5th November, 2002, 10:10 PM
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Raising the AGP voltage...?

Hey peeps.

My GA-7VAX has an AGP voltage option. Never had a board with this before, so I was wondering about it. Does raising it only raise the voltage to the GPU, or to the mem as well? Cos my R8500 is flaky over 285Mhz, so I need more juice to the mem.

Athlon XP1700+@1540 (140*11), Gigabyte GA-7VAX, 256 Samsung PC2700 at 173Mhz, MTS Glaciator, Powercolor Radeon 8500 275/275, Delta 300W PSU.

Duron 600@1102 (105*10.5), Asus A7V, 256MB generic RAM at 140mhz 2-2-2, MTS Glaciator II, Creative GF Pro, Awesome no-name 300W PSU.
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