Thank you Sir.
GPU Bank Flip; Also known as Graphics Processing Unit, is designed for Crossfire Technology from ATI, certain Circuit Boards which support this is set as Disabled as default for user select for crossfire in later cards, which allow the two ati cards to switch from one unit to the next to use and combine both 1 gb or 512 mb of ram on the cards itself. doing so will allow greater speeds as well as software performance. though this is only used when using a game that needs more Random Access Memory. this setting is only required if you have the proper RAM and Crossfire technology, though on certain motherboards which only have one PCIE still remain with that option in the bios which is only intended for at least 2 gigs of ram with one gig of RAM on the Graphics card processing Unit, Single, which in return maximizes the Use of RAM from the OS to the Card. though this varies from which Operating System you use.
Where did you find this information?
Hmm, if you have any more questions feel free to ask budd, but for your other question its my job to know as much as possible to help as many peeps as i can, but the GPU Bank Flip is totally safe to enable assuming you have at the minimum requiremtns to use this feature:
At least one PCIE slot with a ATI Crossfire ready card like ati radeon HD 3850 would do nicely.
At least 512 MB on the ATI Card.
At least 2 Gigs Of RAM On Vista Or 1.512 On XP SP3.
But again if you meet the Minimum here it is totally safe to use this feature, Try enabling this before playing crysis it may boost things here and there alittle quicker. thanks and anymore questions please dont feel hesistant to ask budd.
Well yes, but my question was since I or anyone else that I know of could not find any information on it anywhere. I wanted to know where you got the info about GPU bank flip, is there somewhere that explains what it does or you just know from using it.
Am i not appreciated, i am sorry for not being more helpful, but when you are a computer mechanic, you must know these things working with Customers here and there, its an aptitude for me and thanks for the insights of this information not being anywhere, because now you are the first to have this information and please use it.
Yes, thank you. Do not take offense. This is not what I meant. If you know that's what it does then that's what it does. I just don't understand why it's not documented anywhere. I appreciate your insight.
no problem, thanks, and if you have any more questions just ask me and i will answer any pc tech questions for anyone who needs to know well see ya