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Old 03-16-03, 10:50 AM   #77
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Yeah I have the chipset clock mode set to sync but when I downloaded the sis chipset agp drivers to 114 it gave me a new setting in bios called "performance setting" right below sdram one page control which is found in chip configuration. I have this option which didnt come with the mobo bios originally set to "enable". I will disable and see if that helps. What is weird is that this option appeared in bios by downloading the sis agp chipset drivers 114 and enabling it increases my ram speed to a little over pc2700 speeds to about 2850 ram int & float buffered. Disabling it causes my ram speed to be around 2780 int and float buffered. Whats weird is this is my ram speeds changing from an option that got downloaded from a agp driver option and I wouldnt think that ram settings would be changed or have any thing to do with it but they do. Now does this have any relation to chipset clock mode I dont know. Well Im gonna try some games and see what happens. Also 3dmark 2003 runs all the way through w/o problems so why do my games freeze???
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