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iGPU Memory doesn't increase

x86_shur1k3n
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So I bought a PC few days ago and couldn't buy a graphics card because of the stock.

My processor is a i5 10400 which has a UHD 630

By default the Dedicated Video Memory or VRAM was 128 MB which is pretty much unusable.

I increased the DVMT pre allocated and aperture size from the motherboard BIOS but it didn't work. It would only decrease my RAM but wouldn't increase the VRAM.

I also tried it from the registry editor and that didn't work too.

Now is there any solution for this ?

Thanks in Advance.

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AlHill
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Do not mess with the registry editor and DEDICATED video memory.

Your SYSTEM memory is what matters today, and your graphics will allocate up to 50% of your SYSTEM memory for graphics use.

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000020962/graphics.html

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)

David_G_Intel
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Hello x86_shur1k3n


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David G.   

Intel Customer Support Technician  


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