So i just put my new computer together, but i had 2 simple questions about setting up my BIOS. 1. In my bios there is a option for "Optimal Performance", there is a Enable and Disable option. I would like my computer to run as good and fast as it can, but there is a caution at the bottom that says "Choosing this setting will cause your hardware to work harder than normal, it is not recommended you choose this setting if you are not sure what you are doing etc." Should i choose this? i have a very fast computer and very good cooling so i know it wont overheat. (my motherboard: Gigabyte K8 Triton nForce 3) 2. There is nother setting in my BIOS for the graphics card. I can choose to Auto Detect the AGP setting, which will automaticaly set the AGP to 4X/8X etc. on its own, or i can choose "8X" where the graphics card will always be set at 8X. I have a nice graphics card so should i leave it on Auto Detect or put it on always 8X AGP ? THANKS FOR THE HELP!!!