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ASUS PEG link mode

Short for PCI Express Graphics, PEG link mode is a patented ASUS motherboard technology that automatically tunes graphics card performance - in layman's terms it is a graphics card overclocking utility that is built into the ASUS BIOS. Under PEG Link, there are five settings for this unique function: auto, slow, normal, fast and faster. The default setting for PEG link mode is auto.

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