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dumbtechguy
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How To Increase Dedicated Video Memory

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  I would like to increase my dedicated video memory or ram as i'm trying to have better performance with games. There is no setting in BIOS that i have seen. I would like to know if its impossible to increase or change it, and if there are any solutions to get better performance on my PC. I have an Intel HD Graphics 530 card on my PC as well as 8GB of memory with 128 MB of dedicated video RAM.

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@dumbtechguy,

This might help:

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/insider/forum/insider_wintp-insider_perf/how-to-increase-dedicat...

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@wb2001 wrote:

@dumbtechguy,

This might help:

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/insider/forum/insider_wintp-insider_perf/how-to-increase-dedicat...


this does not even address his request as HP uses a branded BIOS that does not include intel settings and the information in the second link specifically states that it does not include the information requested. there is a way to change DEDICATED VIDEO MEMORY via editing system registry, though i do not remember the steps.

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press Win + R, type regedit and enter,in registry editor, click on the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, it will drop, choose SOFTWARE then right click on the intel option, choose new key and name it GMM, and click the white space, then right click on GMM and select new then DWORD, name it DedicatedSegmentSize. double click on it, choose decimal and input 512 (equivalent to 200 hexadecimal value) then ok and restart your pc,,, hope it works for you, because it has worked for me several times, its only the HP G62-358CA Notebook PC not accepting this🙄

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