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Thread: UD3P - What is RGB exactly?




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    Default UD3P - What is RGB exactly?

    Hi All -

    I've been having an issue where when I play dvd's (doesnt' matter if it is Sata or IDE drive) it'll intermittently "slow down" the video (the audio is fine). I have a radeon 4850, and this seems to happen on the 8.11 and 8.12 drivers.

    I was going to go into the bios and play with some settings, and thought maybe the Robust Graphics Booster may do something to help this... but I have no idea what it actually affects on the system.

    Any insight would be appreciated!!!

    I'm running the following

    vista x64
    UD3P F6 bios
    e8400
    Sapphire Radeon 4850
    4 gigs G.Skill DDR2-800
    Last edited by xenogear74; 12-21-2008 at 04:01 AM.

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    Default Re: UD3P - What is RGB exactly?

    Try this to reduce that slowdown: go to Control Panel, System and Maintenance, Power Options and select High Performance.
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    Default Re: UD3P - What is RGB exactly?

    I don't mean to be a ***** but.. dude.. Come on?

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    Default Re: UD3P - What is RGB exactly?

    For RGB Gygabyte mean Robust Graphics Adapter and NOT the usual Red, Green and Blue VGA signals...
    More info on your Gygabyte manual.
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    Default Re: UD3P - What is RGB exactly?

    As to what the settings actually do, ie FAST or Turbo doesn't seem to be described.

    There is some basic info here:-
    R.G.B.

    It could increase switching voltages, or even PCi-e frequency etc. I assume FAST is the Default setting and Turbo is the setting that optimises some form of speed increase.
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    Default Re: UD3P - What is RGB exactly?

    Thanks for the help!

    Sorry Soldier, in hindsight I realize i committed the worst sin of forum posting (not searching first) but this computer build is proving extremely annoying for me and i just want to get it out of the way. won't happen again :)

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    Default Re: UD3P - What is RGB exactly?

    @xenogear74 Indeed yours was a valid question, no need to sorry at all. Keep posting!
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