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01-18-2023 11:21 AM - edited 01-18-2023 10:48 PM
I saw the video memory size setting in the bios settings and when I tried to change it, it worked. As I changed it from the bios, my total ram amount decreased as increased, and when I experienced in valorant, my fps range and the total fps increased. Then i looked intel hd graphics 620 features total available graphics memory and files system memory decreased but the reserved video memory value remained the same. Despite the decrease in ram, it must have given an effect according to its performance increase in valorant ı suppose , but since I can't verify it from anywhere and I don't know much about it, I want to know if it is harmful, shortening lifespan of my ram or cpu or something wrong.
These values are my values after I changed the Video Memory Size in the BIOS Settings. Dedicated video memory always stayed at 128 even when I changed the 32 mb automatically assigned in the BIOS to 128 and 256, but the other specified values including ram fell.
01-18-2023 03:11 PM
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