Originally Posted by Dent1
In Windows 7, if you go into Screen Resolution > Advanced Settings > Adapter.
It should show you much memory your video card can access from the main memory. The more main memory it has the bigger VRAM allocation Windows will give it.
In my case I have 3839MB of addtional memory acting as VRAM, making a 5887MB total of VRAM potentially.
Right, allocated, but not necessarily used, correct? So, while its nice to have another bucket, it would be even better to know what is actually IN that bucket if anything (depending on the game/res/settings etc).
/we are drifting a bit OT, sorry about that jed!