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FalloutYear

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Hello all, I noticed in my BIOS a "Graphics Aperature Size" field in the "Advanced Chipset Features" section. My Graphics Aperature Size was set on 64 MB, and considering I have a 256 MB video card, can this be the cause of my graphics card's lack of performance? Should I change the value to 256 MB?

I really don't want to mess with the BIOS, so I think this is the right place to ask.

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Matt
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No, Aperture size doesn't really affect performance. Tell use the Core and Memory clock of your card.
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How can I figure that out?
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Well, In your graphics card driver control section OR V-tuner (if your using a giga-byte card).
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