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06-13-05, 11:01 AM
In BIOS, what should I do with this options?
Should I leave it Disabled/Enabled?
What does it do?
Thanks in advance.
Here's a good article on it:
And a definition:
Sideband addressing - the AGP bus uses sideband signals to send addressing information separately from data. This technique allows addresss informaton to be presented to the bus concurrent with a data transaction. The result is a more efficient use of the AGP bus for data transfers. With sideband addressing, AGP utilized 8 extra "sideband lines" which allow the graphics controller to issue new addresses and requests simulataneously while data continues to move from previous requests on the main 32 data/address wires.
06-13-05, 12:33 PM
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