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che1oveck
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How to change video shared RAM size (UMA buffer size in some BIOSes)?

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I want to increase shared RAM size for video (VRAM). There is no such feature in BIOS.

Is there any way to get this feature in BIOS setup or any other way change shared RAM size for video?

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I just update BIOS to this version https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/swdetails/hp-all-in-one-pc-24-dp0000wa/38323466/mod...

 

it have fix: Changes the Onboard UMA memory setting to "Gaming optimized" from the "UMA Auto mode".

 

So now I have 2048 megabytes of video memory instead of 512 before

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@che1oveck -- For your computer, there is no such feature in BIOS.

 

Replace the video-card with one that has its own RAM, rather than "borrowing" RAM from the sticks on your motherboard.  For an All-In-One computer, this may be an impossibility, because the video-circuits probably are embedded on the motherboard.

 

 

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I just update BIOS to this version https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/swdetails/hp-all-in-one-pc-24-dp0000wa/38323466/mod...

 

it have fix: Changes the Onboard UMA memory setting to "Gaming optimized" from the "UMA Auto mode".

 

So now I have 2048 megabytes of video memory instead of 512 before

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