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    Most mobo makers will have a new BIOS to take full advantage of this utility
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    Where does it show you the vlotage austin ? I have a feeling i cany see much info because i have an MSI board
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    all i get is fsb and ram timings aswell, just managed 2.34ghz with it though

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    Originally posted by Lexeus
    Where does it show you the voltage austin ? I have a feeling i cany see much info because i have an MSI board
    At the bottom all the time which can be shown/hidden via the icon on bottom right (looks like a spreadsheet symbol). Anyway I get ...

    * CPU temp.
    * System temp.
    * Voltage: CPU, AGP, RAM, NF(?) and AUX.
    * Speed in mhz for: RAM, FSB and AGP.

    It seems I can adjust ...

    * FSB/RAM bus.
    * AGP bus.
    * RAM timings for: TRP, TRCD and TRAS (so only CL really lacking).

    Under 'I' (Info) tab I get lots of info on the CPU, RAM sticks, mobo, MCP, SPP and driver versions.

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    NF7-S v2.

    Cant access the advanced screen, and when I try and set my changes it hangs.

    Whats the point in AGP frequency btw - does it speed your gfx card up at all?

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    Originally posted by Donny John
    Heh, 5Mb in 16 Seconds

    /pats system
    um, well i downloaded it in 5 .

    and considering i usually get at least 32mbit, i think the bottlenecks at their end.

    yes i am on janet !

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    5 Secs. Nice, but hard to believe btw (we have 2Mb access)
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    Originally posted by amoeba
    Whats the point in AGP frequency btw - does it speed your gfx card up at all?
    It's the speed of the gfx port for the gfx card to communicate with the rest of the PC. It is designed to be 2xPCI which is 2x33.3mhz so equals 66.6mhz. The AGP multiplier also takes effect so AGP4x is 4x66.6=266mhz while AGP8x is 8x66.6=533mhz. However don't expect any gains even if using AGP4x as 266mhz is enough bandwidth for even the top end cards that's why AGP8x shows < 1% perf gains. It's the speed and internal implimentation of the gfx card that counts for perf, not the speed out of the gfx port. All you're likely to do by running AGP faster than 66mhz is introduce instability.

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    nice to see a system utility that reports the on die temps though
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    Been waiting for something like this for a while, nice linkage.
    Fix

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    For my NF7-S v2.0 i updated the BIOS to v19, was on v16 or something and my temps have gone up again! (by about 10c!). Oh and the nVidia thing can't do the temps for it, it just stays at 60c die and 50c system.

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    Originally posted by Donny John
    Heh, 5Mb in 16 Seconds

    /pats system
    wat internet connection u hot

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    We are looking at 0.3125MB/Sec.
    So its 2.5Mbit line approx.
    Or a much faster connection, shared.

    (My uni connection match that)
    Last edited by TooNice; 28-10-2003 at 07:36 PM.

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    Err are we going off topic a bit here

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