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anyone get this or what it means, or any way to fix it for that matter ??

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Swiper, Jan 27, 2006.

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  1. Swiper

    Swiper Thread Starter

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    So, my Nvidia card using coolbits overclocking tweak shows me this information on my graphic card

    Why is it the OS thinks the AGP is at 2X ???

    anyone see same type of thing
    what do you make of it
    is there some sort of fix for this.

    I have the same thing using my
    MSI board using GF6600 card
    ASUS board using Ti4200 card
     

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    I have only heard of 8x card going down 4x when the AGP slot does not support it. The only thing I think of to suggest is you check you motherboards manual.
     
  3. Swiper

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    both motherboards are 8x AGP
    both are 8x AGP cards........
    probably a "bug"
     
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