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What on earth do all of these numbers mean?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

GPU 0

    Intel(R) HD Graphics Family

    Driver version:    ##.18.15.####
    Driver date:    08/24/2015
    DirectX version:    12 (FL 11.1)
    Physical location:    PCI bus 0, device 2, function 0

    Utilisation    10%
    Dedicated GPU memory    0.0/128 MB
    Shared GPU memory    0.0/2.0 GB
    GPU Memory    0.0/2.1 GB

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well, exactly what they say:

 

4 minutes ago, Jamesgames99 said:

    Driver version:    ##.18.15.####
    Driver date:    08/24/2015

driver version and date

4 minutes ago, Jamesgames99 said:

    DirectX version:    12 (FL 11.1)

installed directX version (GPU hardware feature level) 

6 minutes ago, Jamesgames99 said:

    Utilisation    10%

whaddaya think this means ?

6 minutes ago, Jamesgames99 said:

    Dedicated GPU memory    0.0/128 MB
    Shared GPU memory    0.0/2.0 GB
    GPU Memory    0.0/2.1 GB

i'll let you figure this one out for yourself.

hint: it has to do with video memory

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, KenjiUmino said:
8 minutes ago, Jamesgames99 said:

    Utilisation    10%

whaddaya think this means ?

i know what that means, i couldnt be bothered to edit it out

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, KenjiUmino said:
9 minutes ago, Jamesgames99 said:

  Dedicated GPU memory    0.0/128 MB
    Shared GPU memory    0.0/2.0 GB
    GPU Memory    0.0/2.1 GB

i'll let you figure this one out for yourself.

hint: it has to do with video memory

What is the difference between Dedicated and Shared GPU memory (ik what the bottom one is)

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2 minutes ago, Jamesgames99 said:

What is the difference between Dedicated and Shared GPU memory (ik what the bottom one is)

the difference is in what is allocated to what and how much is present.

 

128MB is DEDICATED to the GPU. It can only be used by the GPU.

2.0GB is SHARED between the GPU and the CPU.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, knightslugger said:

the difference is in what is allocated to what and how much is present.

 

128MB is DEDICATED to the GPU. It can only be used by the GPU.

2.0GB is SHARED between the GPU and the CPU.

If I get a https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/product/7Cw7YJ/sapphire-radeon-rx-550-640-4gb-pulse-video-card-11268-15-20g

Sapphire - Radeon RX 550 - 640 4GB PULSE Video Card

will that have more dedicated memory? and is more dedicated memory better?

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On 10/5/2018 at 11:13 PM, Jamesgames99 said:

If I get a https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/product/7Cw7YJ/sapphire-radeon-rx-550-640-4gb-pulse-video-card-11268-15-20g

Sapphire - Radeon RX 550 - 640 4GB PULSE Video Card

will that have more dedicated memory? and is more dedicated memory better?

yes


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