I recently finished building my computer. The motherboard is a micro-atx asus A7n8X-VM/400. While running a benchmark on it, I noticed that the FSB was set at 200, and the AGP speed was 4x. I am using an Athlon 3200+ XP processor and an 8x AGP video card. Unfortunately, there is absolutely no options to change this within the BIOS (Even the latest Beta). To anyone who has experience with this motherboard: How do you set the FSB Speed? Under the Advanced features of the BIOS, it allows you to set AGP aperature size. Will this affect ONLY the onboard video, or my AGP card as well? How do you set the AGP graphics card speed? Is there a way to completely disable onboard graphics once you're using an AGP card? As in, is this thing still trying to work its magic while my new card is in use? How do I set ATA speed to 133? Are these things supposed to be there by default, or automatically detected? I'm a little pissed off having bought this mobo, from asus (and not a no name), and seeing such a skimpy bios less functional than OEM IBM computers from 5 years ago. Any and all help is appreciated, thank you.