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Old 09-26-03, 03:23 PM   #26
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Originally posted by eesa
that's so true. I found out the hard way. What was your experience?
my experience was: browsing many a forum on said subject, and consulting with [OC]_This @ amdforums... that said, the best cards for high AGP freq's are as follows:

1. GF3: can put up with up to 100mhz AGP

2. GF2ti/Pro/Ultra: can put up with 90-97mhz AGP

3. Radeon 8500 series: can put up with 85-95mhz AGP

4. Geforce 4ti series: can put up with up to ~92mhz AGP...

...for reference, I also have ran an FX5200 (64bit memory equipped) @ 85-90mhz AGP without problems... I expect that the 5600U FC may be able to put up with the same...

I've pretty much heard that R300 core based cards crap out around 75 or so...

Dig: YGPM...
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