Those are my specs
If your computer allows VRAM adjustments, the option will be found somewhere in your BIOS.
From what I saw there's no option as that
not even frame buffer size
is there a way to add it or enable it?
I need to overclock my GPU in any way possible
You should contact the computer manufacturer to see if these options are available from within the BIOS,
I want to force the GPU to overclock even if my motherboard doesn't support it
Increasing the VRAM size and overclocking are not the same thing. Overclocking is when you run a component at a higher clock rate, increasing the VRAM size is where you increase the amount of memory available to the GPU. If there is no option to increase the VRAM size in BIOS, then you cannot increase it.
is there a way to change my bios to a version that allows it?
what can i do then
I soon might be getting a new gpu
i need atleast 4gb vram and it needs to be maxium of £150
Your original question was how to overclock your current GPU, which you cannot.
Look at any of our current GPU's and select one that has 4GB, just making sure your computer has an adequate power supply.
You have slow ram. Buy faster ram, your mobo supports DDR3 1333/1600/1866/2133*(*OC) Yours can't get much slower. Make sure the memory supports AMD or intel profiles.
You can upgrade your processor to something faster. Lots of choices for that motherboard.
As for vram what program is running out? I'll try it here on my APU system.
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