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Old 03-12-06, 12:24 PM   #13
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The ASUS Press Release

The entire press release is pretty long so I will just post an abridged version of it. Here's the first part :-

Taipei, Taiwan, Aug 4 2004 --ASUSTeK Computer Inc. (ASUS), the worldwide leader of motherboards, today announced an exclusive innovation for graphics performance enhancement on its 915P- and 925X-based motherboards. This latest technology, PEG (PCI Express Graphics) Link Mode, is a unique feature that enables users to boost graphics card performance for superior video quality.

And here's the specific section on PEG Link Mode :-

Let's begin with PEG Link Mode, which has received a lot of interest recently. This feature, found only on ASUS 915P- and 925X-based motherboards, allows users to raise GPU and VGA memory throughput via the motherboard BIOS the same way system bus and memory bus are tweaked. PEG Link Mode enables powerful video performance on DX8 and DX9 applications. ASUS engineers carefully fine-tuned the parameters for every single PCI-Express card to provide system stability during high-speed graphics operation.

Under PEG Link, there are five settings for this unique function: Auto, Slow, Normal, Fast and Faster. The default setting is Auto, which means the motherboard will automatically adjust for the correct frequency according to system configuration. For advanced users who demand more precise overclocking, they can select the other four settings to achieve the most suitable graphics card performance.
Although ASUS now admits that PEG Link Mode is no more than a graphics card overclocking utility built into the BIOS, they are still very vague about what each BIOS feature does.

http://www.rojakpot.com/showarticle.aspx?artno=130
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The ASUS Press Release

The entire press release is pretty long so I will just post an abridged version of it. Here's the first part :-

Taipei, Taiwan, Aug 4 2004 --ASUSTeK Computer Inc. (ASUS), the worldwide leader of motherboards, today announced an exclusive innovation for graphics performance enhancement on its 915P- and 925X-based motherboards. This latest technology, PEG (PCI Express Graphics) Link Mode, is a unique feature that enables users to boost graphics card performance for superior video quality.

And here's the specific section on PEG Link Mode :-

Let's begin with PEG Link Mode, which has received a lot of interest recently. This feature, found only on ASUS 915P- and 925X-based motherboards, allows users to raise GPU and VGA memory throughput via the motherboard BIOS the same way system bus and memory bus are tweaked. PEG Link Mode enables powerful video performance on DX8 and DX9 applications. ASUS engineers carefully fine-tuned the parameters for every single PCI-Express card to provide system stability during high-speed graphics operation.

Under PEG Link, there are five settings for this unique function: Auto, Slow, Normal, Fast and Faster. The default setting is Auto, which means the motherboard will automatically adjust for the correct frequency according to system configuration. For advanced users who demand more precise overclocking, they can select the other four settings to achieve the most suitable graphics card performance.
Although ASUS now admits that PEG Link Mode is no more than a graphics card overclocking utility built into the BIOS, they are still very vague about what each BIOS feature does.

http://www.rojakpot.com/showarticle.aspx?artno=130
yea their naming scheme is ingenius as well. whats after faster? fastest? most super duper extreme fastest? "no-seriously this is the fastest" ?
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