Hi all, hope you are having an awesome week. Yesterday evening I had an enlightement about a problem I have and I want to validate if I am right. So I got a new laptop, a few months ago. And from day one when I installed Starcraft2 and playing Desert Strike map and when the units become many many - the game would come with something like: Your computer has run out of virtual memory. The specs are in my signature, but in case you don't want to click: the VRAM is 2GB DDR3 and the system ram is Corsair Vengeance 2x4GB 1600MHZ. In other words on 1366x768 is highly improbable. Then once (back then) the whole machine glitched and the screen covered in colorful squares and messed up lines. I thought it was one time only, but recently I put Disciples II Rise of the Elves, as an evergreen to play around with, and it started to appear like beween every 5 minutes and every few hours. Then I tested on Dead Space 3- nothing- I can go on DS3 for hours on, without a hick up. Long story short here's what hit me: one of the memory chips is bad. Let's say they are 4x512mb. When the applications uses below e.g 1gig the card is fine, but when it hits 1,5 gb the bad buffer kicks in and the whole laptop freezes with annoying sound. Is there a way to stress test the VRAM alone? Can you tell me some program>? or any other way. Help appreaciated in advance.