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Is it resize bar in bios?

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3 minutes ago, beastbo1 said:

I remember something called resize bar I think where instead one by one load from cpu to gpu it makes it all load crom cpu to gpu then its like overclocking I think

Resizable BAR. It's for better memory addressing on the GPU. It's not really overclocking. 

I remember something called resize bar I think where instead one by one load from cpu to gpu it makes it all load crom cpu to gpu then its like overclocking I think

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3 minutes ago, beastbo1 said:

I remember something called resize bar I think where instead one by one load from cpu to gpu it makes it all load crom cpu to gpu then its like overclocking I think

Resizable BAR. It's for better memory addressing on the GPU. It's not really overclocking. 

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On 8/17/2022 at 12:28 AM, rcmaehl said:

Resizable BAR. It's for better memory addressing on the GPU. It's not really overclocking. 

should I turn it on?

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9 hours ago, beastbo1 said:

should I turn it on?

Yes

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