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Old 06-16-2004, 07:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question AGP Voltage

is it actually possible to change the AGP voltage in the bios, and if so which boards have that ability, and if not how do you do that?

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It has been my experience that most motherboards will either automatically detect your cards voltage pr prevent you from using a card of a non exceptable voltage... I recently installed an ASUS mobo that required a low-voltage card... (but the onboard AGP was awesome for the 3 days I put up w/ it.. lol)

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Ive only used Asus boards ive only been building for 2 years and the boards ive used P4G8X deluxe, P4T533C Deluxe both had adjustable AGP voltage range 1.5,1.6,and i think 1.7 .There were 3 adjustments settings.
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