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Increase dedicated video memory on an Intel (R ) HD Graphics.

Compaq 18-4021la
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I want to know how to increase dedicated video memory on an Intel (R ) HD Graphics.

 

I have a Compaq 18-4021la In the box it says that I can increase the memory up to 512 MB of ​​VRAM, but i dont know how do it.

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@EmilianoRV8 wrote:

.....  In the box it says that I can increase the memory up to 512 MB of ​​VRAM, but i dont know how do it.


Hi,

 

Are you sure ? You don't have to do anything. System will work this out for you and it will use available system RAM (memory) to assign/allocate for  Intel (R ) HD Graphics up to max limit.

 

Your machine specs says: Discrete graphics not supported in this system

 

Source:  http://support.hp.com/us-en/product/Compaq-18-All-in-One-Desktop-PC-series/6528368/model/6529361/doc...

 

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Already had read this but what means "Discrete graphics"?
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Hi,

 

"A separate graphics subsystem in a computer. Discrete graphics may refer to a stand-alone display adapter plugged into a motherboard slot or a separate GPU chip on the motherboard. "

 

More info : http://www.pcmag.com/encyclopedia/term/45075/integrated-graphics

 

Your machine ONLY has integrated graphics

 

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