Info on AGP slots and their voltage

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  1. Glidefan

    Glidefan Don Booze Staff Member

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    AGP slot/card support status:
    Generally...

    If AGP 1.0 or 2.0 card is running in 2x, 1x mode it will use 3.3v
    If AGP 2.0 or 3.0 card is running in 4x mode it will use 1.5v
    If AGP 3.0 card is running in 8x mode it will use 0.8v

    AGP 1.0 slot supports 1x and 2x at 3.3v

    AGP 2.0 slot supports 1x and 2x at 3.3v
    AGP 2.0 slot supports 4x at 1.5v

    AGP 3.0 slot supports 4x at 1.5v
    AGP 3.0 slot supports 8x at 0.8v

    AGP 2.0 and 3.0 cards and slots overlap nicely. Hardly anyone has sold an AGP 1.0 anything for a couple of years now.

    The only real 'bender' to these rules is that some boards based on Intel chipsets with an AGP 2.0 slot do not support 3.3v (2x, 1x) AGP operation. These boards will usually feature a large warning sticker or be keyed to not accept an AGP 1.0 card.
     
  2. Indigo340

    Indigo340 Guest

    Glad I spotted this thread.
    I have a GF3 TI 200 AGP 4X on a Gigabyte 7IXE4 capable of only 2X (sadly) but only running at 1X (very sad).
    Any ideas on how to get it up to 2X ?

    AMD Irongate 750 chipset.
    Could not get a reply from MOBO manufacturer, and can't find any settings in BIOS.
     
  3. RaZoR_Blade

    RaZoR_Blade Guest

    muhahahahahahahaaa u are killing me!!

    AGP 1X mode?! whoa!!! nice anthic dude can i get a pic ?


    ok ok.. joke try RIVATUNER .. and update ur bios and grab the latest MOBO drivers
     
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