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How to increase vram on intel hd 2000?

Hi. I have intel hd 2000, but i have only 32mb vram and i don't know how to increase it. If someone know please answer.

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If it's possible, you would have to do it from the computer's BIOS. Where in the BIOS will vary from board to board.

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6 minutes ago, Dido489 said:

Hi. I have intel hd 2000, but i have only 32mb vram and i don't know how to increase it. If someone know please answer.

I don’t think you can increase the VRAM. 🤔 

 

Or are you talking about using system RAM for VRAM?

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1 minute ago, GamerBlake said:

I don’t think you can increase the VRAM. 🤔 

 

Or are you talking about using system RAM for VRAM?

Yea i wanna using RAM for VRAM

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Just now, Dido489 said:

Yea i wanna using RAM for VRAM

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I believe it does that on it’s own no?

 

Try running a game. If it doesn’t have enough VRAM it will use RAM instead but it might cause performance issues.

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It's a setting in the BIOS if it's possible... *taps microphone* is this thing on?

 

For example on our laptops here at the office, I have to go into the BIOS>Integrated Devices>Onboard video>from there I can change the video memory from 32mb all the way up to a whopping 512mb.

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1 minute ago, Bad5ector said:

It's a setting in the BIOS if it's possible... *taps microphone* is this thing on?

Idk my pc is not with me now

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2 hours ago, GamerBlake said:

I believe it does that on it’s own no?

 

Try running a game. If it doesn’t have enough VRAM it will use RAM instead but it might cause performance issues.

Yea it's using system ram. The exact same thing the op wants it to do. 

 

It's usually called shared video ram somewhere and is usually half of the system ram. 

 

 

Changes by the user not recommended. 

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2 hours ago, Bad5ector said:

It's a setting in the BIOS if it's possible... *taps microphone* is this thing on?

 

For example on our laptops here at the office, I have to go into the BIOS>Integrated Devices>Onboard video>from there I can change the video memory from 32mb all the way up to a whopping 512mb.

Thats system ram, why would Intel have 512mb video ram and then not use it by default? 

 

Stranger things happened, but yeah. 

 

 

 

 

 

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