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Allocate 2GB for Radeon Vega(BIOS)

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Good afternoon, in my configuration Ryzen 7-4700U with Radeon Vega and 16GB of RAM, and a video card allocate only 512MB, which is very little for my tasks.
How can I allocate more RAM for the video card? There is no Advanced tab in BIOS...

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@Random5 

 

No you can't. System will work this out and allocate spare system RAM to VRAM when required, DYNAMICALLY

 

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Can I unlock the "Advanced" tab?
On other laptops there is an item for allocating additional video memory in this tab.

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@Random5 wrote:

Can I unlock the "Advanced" tab?


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No, at this stage HP locked the tab.

 

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8WrTcINcXE

In this benchmark the results are same, which suggests that memory is indeed dynamically allocated.

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