I have HP Laptop 15-bs0xx, intel HD 620 graphics and windows 10 1809. I have tried looking in the BIOS utility but there is no such option. I have even created registries in the registry editor shown in most of the articles and youtube videos, but all in vain. Please help!
- Intel® HD Graphics
The settings (reservations) in the BIOS are for the BIOS and are ignored by the Windows Graphics drivers. The amount currently dedicated to graphics is controlled dynamically by the driver, based upon current needs and, as Al said, may consume up to 50% of the available memory. There are ways to change the minimum within the Registry, but this is only recommended for those cases where older (read: buggy) games refuse to run with the default minimum settings. While it is true that a very (very!) small increase in graphics performance may be garnered by locking in a much higher minimum, overall system performance will be disaffected by this change and this will disaffect game performance in other ways. It really isn't worth it.
Al is also correct, BTW, when he says that the only way to significantly increase graphics performance is to add an NVIDIA or AMD graphics engine. If you cannot, then your graphics performance is going to remain limited.
How to Increase the Dedicated VRAM of your GPU
- Press Windows key + R to open up a Run box.
- Scroll down and click on Advanced display settings, then click on Display adapter properties for Display 1.
- You can check out your VRAM count under Adapter information at Dedicated Video Memory.