Asus A7A266-E bios settings?

By liftmusic
May 12, 2002
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  1. I was poking round the bios earlier and I came across two entries
    in Advanced -> Chipset these are System Acceleration Mode
    enabled/disabled currently disabled and also VideoMemoryMode
    UC/USWC currently UC can anyone shed any light on what these do? System Accelration mode sounds kinda groovy! as always any help is appreciated.
  2. Didou

    Didou Bowtie extraordinair! Posts: 5,899

    The system acceleration mode in your mainboard is probably an option to enable certain aggressive settings for memory timings, etc...

    Try enabling it seeing if your system is still stable. I have an ASUS A7V266-E & there's an option called Performance level ( Normal / Optimal ). If I select Optimal, RAM Timings are set to CAS2, etc...

    If you start having random lock ups, I suggest setting it back to default.

    Is there anything mentionned in your BIOS manual about it ? I don't have an A7A266 so i'm only guessing here.:confused:

    As for the VideoMemoryMode, it's common to ASUS mainboards. I'm not sure if they're the only ones to have it. Could anyone confirm if they have this option with a non ASUS mainboard ?

    Here's a little explanation I found on the subject.

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