Here's how to find it.
1) Press Right Shift+Right Ctrl+Left Alt+F2 and you'll see "hidden settings"
2) Open "Advanced" tab and go for AMD CBS ---> NBIO Common Options ---> GFX Configuration
3) Put the settings like this:
Integrated Graphics Controller [Force]
UMA Mode [UMA_SPECIFIED]
UMA Version [Auto]
UMA Frame buffer Size [amount of RAM you want for APU] I recommend 512mb to 1gb.
UMA Above 4G [Disabled] or [Auto] I chose to disable it. Up to you what to do here.
NB Azalia [Auto]
With those setting it works like a charm and now I have 1.5gb more.
Did the same, so far, so good.
I hesitate to select disabled as i didn't bought this laptop for the autonomy.
Maybe because all MSI bugged applications are not installed ?
Which make me wonders: Do you receive this laptop with windows preinstalled on it or did you install it yourself ?
I'm thinking that only alpha 15 with win10 preinstalled by MSI have/had this issue...
I might try to format and install windows from scratch when win 10 20h1 will be officially available and amd provide a wdm 2.7 compatible driver.
ut for the time left, i won't touch anything as last bsod was almost one month ago.
Mine was with "free dos" and I installed Windows 10 with Ubuntu 20.04 as dual-boot. I had two clear Windows installations and nothing changed.
Nah, everything is fine overall. What I mean is that Ubuntu runs better without any drivers, dragon centers, and BSODs on particular driver versions. I mean...C'mon Linux did a better job with that than MSI and AMD? That what is weird.