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Increasing shared graphics memory

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Ben Clarke, Mar 23, 2007.

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  1. Ben Clarke

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    Not sure whether this should go in Motherboards or GFX Cards, so I'll post it here. I got a new motherboard, and it has a R
     
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    ermmmmmmm, Im not sure what your actually asking here but I will try to help. If you want to increase the amount of RAM your onboard GFX uses you must find the setting in your BIOS, I think its stated as onboard VGA memory and will give you the following settings: 32mb, 64mb, 128mb & 256mb ;)

    PS: If you meant that your motherboard has an 'R' setting, then I have no idea what that could mean lol :)
     
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    i love R :D it is the best!! uh......what is R...
     
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