Hello 3.M0 ,
Thank you for joining the Intel Communities!
I have some suggestions for you and info to be requested as well.
Info to be requested: The Intel® System Support Utility report.
This will gather up some useful information from your system to get a better overview of the scenario you are currently facing.
How to get it?
-Download the utility
-Scan your system with the utility
-Export the report (hit next and then save) and attach it to your answer with the advanced editor option (reply button and then check upper right corner)
-Access the BIOS of your system and look for the video memory assigned/available to be used.
-Intel Boards have the BIOS recovery option, which installs all the updates that have been released for that board, do you happen to have the latest BIOS update installed already?
-If not, please check with EVGA to find out if they have an option like Intel's recovery, this is to make sure all updates are installed in your system, in terms of BIOS.
-Update to beta driver: http://intel.ly/2e3XWDU
Hope I can hear from you.
It turned out i needed to update my bios on my mother board. I appreciate everything you did and your time. I am sorry for the late reply. Life can throw may curve balls at you..
Thank you for letting me know about this, I am glad to hear it was fixed with a BIOS update!
Not to worry about the delayed answer
In case you get any inquiries in the future, feel free to reach us out again!