The minus on Performace is not great, in my eyes.
Itīs very SAD that Ati and Nvidia will not give the Specs or an Sourcecode
of the Drivers :/.
----- Original Message -----
From: "I Am Falling I Am Fading" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "John Bradford" <email@example.com>
Cc: <firstname.lastname@example.org>; <email@example.com>;
Sent: Thursday, June 12, 2003 1:15 PM
Subject: Re: Via KT400 and AGP 8x Support
> On Thu, 12 Jun 2003, John Bradford wrote:
> > > The only other solution is to kick your card down into AGP 2.0 mode,
> > > most BIOSes do not allow you to do in software. Instead what you have
> > > do is cut/unsolder traces on your video card for the pins used for AGP
> > > detection. This is a near-permanent and horrible solution but it does
> > > everything working. :-/
> > Insulating tape on certain pins works on ISA cards, but whether it would
> > practical on the smaller pins of an AGP card, I'm not sure.
> Tried it already... The pins are too small to get adequate purchase for
> the tape -- the friction just causes it to slide around in the slot and
> gets goo around.
> Superglue might be a better solution....
> ...but I think the solder method is better.
> On the Radeon 9700 Pro at least there are a couple jumpers on the
> appropriate pins, bridged by 0-ohm surface mount resistors (i.e. simple
> conductors). What you can do is just unsolder the bridges and it becomes
> an AGP 2.0 card... If you have a very steady hand you can also resolder
> them to get your AGP 3.0 back.
> Still this is not a fun solution as you can potentially cook your card
> (make sure to use a 15 watt iron, nothing higher).
> James Sellman -- ISU CoE-CS/ISLUG Linux Lab Admin |"Lum, did you just
> ----------------------------------------------------| a hentai rabbit
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