What is AGP aperature size?
I have 32MB card on a PC with 128MB RAM.
What value should I give to AGP Aperature size?
I've read that, but it still doesn't answer my question.
Am I supposed to try 32 and 64 MB and see what works better?
From what sites say, you should set the AGP Ap to half the amount of physical RAM you have in the system. For example, if you have 256MB RAM, you should set the AGP Ap to 128. However, as I have posted in the link I've posted above, that has proven to me to be incorrect... Best results are when you set the AGP Ap to 64 or 128 regadless of how much physical system memory you have.
I have 1GB RAM on my system and I've set the AGP Ap to 256 (There is not 512 for that setting in my BIOS), and I get better benchmarks when I set the AGP Ap to 128 or 64.... I've also tested on a system which has 512mb RAM and I get best benchmarks when the AGP Ap is set to 64 or 128.
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