my laptop has an amd gpu 520 beside intel graphics card my amd card is 2 GB vram but it can accept up to 4 GB . can you tell me how to get use of shared memory to increase used vram
You Cant Physically increase your Vram anymore.
Shared Memory is something that doesn't make much sense and I don't know what it is for, to be honest...
yes you can.
let me show you.
nitrodesign PLEASE DONT SHOW HOW TO SOLDER A NEW RAMCHIP TO HIS GPU! 99% of users will brick their systems!medo265 you cant savely increase your vRAM on a dGPU - all you can do is increase "shared memory" for iGPUs; this will take some of your System RAM to use it on your iGPU. IF you want to do that you can find those settings in BIOS - but usually 2GB is max there. Here is the catch: most older Laptops GPUs are performing well enough with 2GB RAM - because you will most-likely use them with 720p or 1366x768 and there 2GB is enough - there is not more VRAM needed. More modern Laptop dGPUs (like my RX560X on my Acer Nitro 5 AN515-42) will have 4GB already - those are fit for 1080p Gaming have in mind: my Acer Nitro 5 AN515-42 with Ryzen 5 2500U will use only 1GB or shared Memory (of 16GB DDR4-2400CL16) for its iGPU and this is enough to play my Games (on iGPU) - i usually stick to 960x540 or 1280x720 or 1366x768 when playing on iGPU - only some Games i play in 1600x900 or 1920x1080 with dGPU.btw - most cheaper Laptop panels are only 60hz with "ok-ish" timings; i OCed my "Acer Nitro 5"s Display to 100Hz with FreeSync
bro. I dont know how to increase shared memory on amd gpu simply because my laotop dell inspiron dont have this feature in bios . so i am asking about another method
yes. show me I can take precautions to save my system
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