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Problem continues Dear, Thank you for caring. I checked the things you suggested: 1- I can't enable AGP 3.0 mode, I don't know why 2- Aperture memory is equal to my VGA memory :256M 3-VAGP is 1.60 V 4- Init first display is AGP but it still doesn't show 8x !! :( by the way I don't know why I can't have my exact CPU rating 2200 as I described before!

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  • arman1357 Mar 28, 2008

    Again Thanks for having time for me,

    well... the things you asked to know,

    1- I can't find NVIDIA information so maybe you can advise where to go



    2-In AGP tp P2P bridge control, driving control is set to auto, its supposed to accept a 4 digit HEX code when its manual, but when tried, I could just enter 2 digits!



    3-In CPU & PCI Bus Control, Vlikn 8x is enabled



    4-I can't change the VAGP value if its suposed to changable in PS health status. I mean I just checked that place.



    5-The VGA manufacturer,in windows I found "Nvidia Technologies Inc." But I couldn't find any brtand on the VGA itself. Seems its not one of good ones



    6-Power is rated to supply 400 Watts



    ** After I updates BIOS, I found a new setting in power bios...

    its: Async AGP CLK. Do you think its helpful?

  • arman1357 Mar 29, 2008

    Yes, the ATX 12V 4-pin connector is connected.



    AGP CLK was disabled by default, I changed it bot nothing happened as far as I understood.



    I don't have such an icon for NVIDIA. I've installed the VGA driver but this icon you are telling me dosn't exist.

  • Dave MacPhee
    Dave MacPhee May 11, 2010

    Any info updates?

  • Dave MacPhee
    Dave MacPhee May 11, 2010

    I would like you to download and install PC wizard, so I can take a look if agp 3.0 is enabled:



    Might also give some insite to why CPU is at a lower setting.



    download here:



    http://www.cpuid.com/download/pcw2008_v1...



    run it and go to file-save as, click ok and then save the text file to your desktop. Then copy the text out of that file to this thread

  • Dave MacPhee
    Dave MacPhee May 11, 2010

    ** have you downloaded (typed too fast)

  • Dave MacPhee
    Dave MacPhee May 11, 2010

    How you downloaded the latest forceware release from NVDIA?



    http://www.nvidia.com/object/winxp_169.2...



    That should give you the icon I'm refering to...

  • Dave MacPhee
    Dave MacPhee May 11, 2010

    Not too sure what happened.. But i posted before this one, and then it just dissapeared.. I hope I can remember everything I asked..



    First and foremost, on your motherboard, right beside the main power connection, there should be a ATX 12V 4-pin connector, does the power supply connect to this?



    No, the AGP CLK will not help here, don't change it.. Although, what is it currently set to?



    For your nvidia information, when you in windows, at the bottom right hand corner, there should be an icon that's green with the nvidia logo, click on it, then click on Nvidia control panel.. in there, click on help at the top, and then system information.. What's listed there?



    Let's go with that for now.

  • Dave MacPhee
    Dave MacPhee May 11, 2010

    Check the graphics card itself and see if there is a label with the brand name or at least a model number listed.



    No, AGP CLK setting should not be changed, and will not help in this case.



    Another question.. On the motherboard iteself, there is a 4-pin ATX 12v connector, right beside the main power connection.. Does your power supply connect to the 4-pin one as well?


  • Dave MacPhee
    Dave MacPhee May 11, 2010

    After much searching, It seems that the 4x vs 8x will not really make much of a difference. So, now it comes down to what is really going on with your games/programs and the card..



    Before I recommend returning the mobo (as I don't think this is the best mobo out there).. Let's check some other options in the bios and system..



    In Windows:

    First, go into your Nvida control panel, and under help, click system information.. Check what is says for card speeds there.



    In the BIOS:

    Under the AGP to P2P bridge control, is your Driving Control set to auto?



    Also, under CPU & PCI Bus Control, is the Vlink 8x enabled? (don't change that setting yet, just curious).



    Back in the VAGP area, can you change the voltage (don't change it if you can)?



    Lets check these first, and after we fix your graphics issue, we'll figure out what's going on with your CPU speed.

  • Dave MacPhee
    Dave MacPhee May 11, 2010

    Who is the manufacturer of the graphics card? (Abit, EVGA, etc..)?

  • Dave MacPhee
    Dave MacPhee May 11, 2010

    How many watts is your power supply rated for? Could be not enough power getting to the components.



    I will also mull over some other options and get back to you.

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maybe this can help to your problem,
1. first enter to bios setup,set to default settings.
2.if you have your Main-Board CD-Driver,you have to run setup ,you have to put all the drivers for your motherboard,then restart your computerand see what happen.

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