Agp Speed

By RMB ยท 35 replies
May 22, 2007
  1. RMB

    RMB TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 22

    well there are options about 4x and 8x.. but nothing about overriding them..

    no i havent tried a circa 2003 agp driver >.> Im just using the driver from ati catalyst.. WDM drivers and stuff >.> only driver they have on their site.. since the one on the cd doesnt work
  2. CCT

    CCT TS Evangelist Posts: 2,653   +6

    Try to find the ati catalyst 3.8 drivers.
  3. RMB

    RMB TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 22

    I just noticed this in the catalyst.. I dont know if its special or something

    i checked the help info thing

    and i saw alot of info and this

    Radeon 9250

    Bus type : Agp
    Current Bus setting : Agp Off
    ( alot of other stuff in between)

    Primary display: Yes

    Graphics Card Manufacturer Powered by ATI
    Graphics Chipset RADEON 9250
    Device ID 5960
    Vendor 1002

    Subsystem ID 4054
    Subsystem Vendor ID 1458

    Bus Type AGP
    Current Bus Setting AGP Off

    BIOS Version 008.017D.033.00
    BIOS Part Number BK-ATI VER008.017D.033.000
    BIOS Date 2005/03/09

    Memory Size 128 MB
    Memory Type DDR SGRAM / SDRAM

    Core Clock in MHz 239 MHz
    Memory Clock in MHz 200 MHz

    Primary Display Yes

    Catalyst drivers are here ( )
  4. CCT

    CCT TS Evangelist Posts: 2,653   +6

    Shouldn't stop you from setting agp speed.

    Try this driver:


    edit:well that is bad -go to this site, enter downlaod, graphics and use Radeon 9250 2x :

    can't hurt to try -

  5. RMB

    RMB TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 22

    doesnt display any information at all about what im gonna download lol.. so what version is this ?
  6. CCT

    CCT TS Evangelist Posts: 2,653   +6

    Dunno - the company PCPartners marketted some agp cards and agi equipped mobos - just a longshot - see this card they sold:

    I figure, they sold the card, they might have support. lol

    gl anyway - I have seen as much of that stuff as I need and truly think you are hosed. Turn that comp into a basic work horse and get even a used one with a better mobo to utilize your card.
  7. RMB

    RMB TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 22

    My mobo's intel socket is 478 not 775 >.> .. But hey i might as well try it lol..

    Thanks for the help though..

    Well i still can play new games like san andreas, POP, Swat.. and others..
    I just wanna make it work..

    Well thanks for all the guys that helped me..
  8. RMB

    RMB TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 22

    I downloaded another driver, and I checked a Gigabyte utility..

    Chip Vendor: Ati
    Chip Type: Radeon 9250 (RV280LX)
    Model Name: R925128DE
    Bus Type: AGP Bus
    Agp Speed: 1X Rate <<<<-------------------WTH?

    But then When i check the Ati Catalyst the Agp Speed says 0x
    So i change it to check if it changes anything with the gigabyte utility but it doesn't..

    Anyways I'm wondering why the Gigabyte utility says 1x and the catalyst says 0x..

    Then I used a program named AGP memory (By nvidia)
    and it says agp memory: 0 (Which Isn't a good sign)
  9. wolfram

    wolfram TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,967   +9

    I haven't read the whole thread, but when the AGP's bus speed is at 0X or 1X, you need to install the AGP drivers for your mobo's chipset. Also, the correct AGP speed should be set up in the BIOS too :)
  10. RMB

    RMB TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 22

    AGP drivers for my mobo? (I'll check that out)

    And for the Bios, there is no Agp speed setting or anything like it..

    Only AGP aperture size which is already set to 128mb..
  11. RMB

    RMB TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 22

    I think I found the problem, I've found hell alot of information about my mobo, and it seems like the AGI is the problem, Since you can't disable internal vga, so its like its running agp and internal vga at the same time.. meaning the OS thinks im using internal which makes it impossible for me to be able to change the agp speed... *sigh* Damn Asrock -.-
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