Graphics Aperture Size

  akzah 09:33 05 Mar 03


I am using a Abit Siluro Ge Force 3 TI200 128 Mb,It is recongised as 128 Mb in windows when you look at the NVIDIA stuff.

Though in my BIOS under Graphics Aperture Size it says 64mb. Is my Graphics card being under clocked???

My Mobo is a A7V333



  BrianW 09:37 05 Mar 03

Normal aperture size is 32 to 64 mb so your card is not being underclocked. I cannot remember the location but recently read a site that suggested the maximum apeture size should be half your graphics card memory, so on this basis you are set to the max!

  Â ÑÌÇKÑÂMË 09:38 05 Mar 03

Think it set to 64 meg as default in bios you can change it to 128 i have 64 meg card and did the same.


P.S dont think it actually the memory on your card its on about lol.

  Â ÑÌÇKÑÂMË 09:42 05 Mar 03

This might explain better lol

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  BrianW 09:53 05 Mar 03

That's the one I couldn't remember, well done Nickname, here's another that looks quite interesting, click here

  nightporter 10:15 05 Mar 03

Agp Aperture Size should be set to twice G/cards RAM, in your case I would set it to 256mb.

  Sunny-275842 10:22 05 Mar 03

im having a same problem! i have a Winfast GeForce2 64 Mx but it says 32mb?! so what does the 64 mean and if its what  ÑÌÇKÑÂMË said the bios changes it then do you think i can check on my bios? i have a Asus A7A266 mobo and where do i check it if i was going to change it if i can? where do i have to go to?

  akzah 10:37 05 Mar 03

Thanks I will change it to 128mb.


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