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Old 03-30-2005, 03:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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i just installed a 9800PRO and when i go to the device manager and display adapters and i see 9800PRO and 9800PRO secondary, both enabled. is this normal?
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I suspect that this is because it is a dual headed card, its just displaying the 2nd monitor connection.

Mine does this to
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oohh, is it save to up the voltage to 1.6 and to turn fast write off and to change it to agp x4? also how do i do this correctly?
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also i only got 520 on 3dmarks05, wtf is that normal?
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oohh, is it save to up the voltage to 1.6 and to turn fast write off and to change it to agp x4? also how do i do this correctly?
Why would you wanna do that?
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oohh, is it save to up the voltage to 1.6 and to turn fast write off and to change it to agp x4? also how do i do this correctly?
No it's not safe to up your AGP voltage, and why would you want it to be 4x?

520 is WAAAY to low for a 9800 Pro, make sure you have the correct drivers.
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