In the clock control page of nTune, the bar for PCI express bus says 2500MHz... I guess I just assumed that the AGP bus would be close to as fast and maybe as easy to overclock.
Wish you'd mentioned that before... PCIe is a completely different architecture than PCI (on which AGP is based) and works nothing like PCI in that regard.
uhmmm 2x265 are 2700 and 1x512 is 3200 running on dual channel i thnk....but guys i figured out will a amd 64 3200+ 939 solve this bottleneck?
It will definately help quite a bit. Please excuse my ignorance, but im blaking out right now and I cant remember... do they make a socket 939 motherboard with an AGP 8x slot?
yes lol they still create them , but...the 3200 wont help so much? or is it a mayor upgrade...understand dont want to trow away any money looking 4 a 3400+ 200 euro should be fine
From what you have now, an Athlon 64 (and an athlon 64 only, not an athlon XP or anything) would be a pretty worthwhile upgrade. Altough, if you want the best bang for your buck, I would go with the 3500+ if you can stretch your budget enough. Although, if you're into overclocking (which you appear to be), then a 3200+ is great.
sorry i mean a socket 754 3400+ and a nforce 3 mobo will that solve that for the biggest part?
ah ok a 3200+ inc OC lol well thx m8 still have too wait a week then really thx so many smart peepz around here :D
Not a problem... C38368 gave you all the valuable information, I was just rambling. And remember, the edit button is your friend...