The AGP Aperture dimensions are an available choice configurable through the computer CMOS setup which generally set to a default measurements of 64MB. AGP aperture dimensions defines simply how much system memory (perhaps not memory on your own movie card) the AGP operator uses for surface maps. Whilst it may be possible to increase the overall video overall performance by increasing this worth, we advice making the AGP aperture size at its standard size. Increasing the default dimensions just allocates more of your body memory, that will be perhaps not made use of unless this system or game can perform utilizing it. Furthermore, since this allocates more system memory it's also possible to see a standard reduction in system performance.