I tried using that, as I said, I tried making a GMM or DVM key and use that stuff, I even went a bith farther and installed virtual graphics tool or however we call it.
I bought a new PC with this old haldware because I found it really convenient judging by its processor, RAM and by its price.
So, is there any solution to increase my vRAM or it's really impossible? Knowing that I didn't find graphics settings in my BIOS, is there any way to search for it?
Open Intel control panel / options / info-center
Check if your rig uses GOP or legacy VBIOS
- GOP: No 64 KB limit. 32-bit protected mode. No need for CSM. Speed optimized (fast boot). The UEFI pre-boot firmware architecture (32-/64-bit) must match the GOP driver.
- Video BIOS: 64 KB limit. 16-bit execution. CSM is needed with UEFI system firmware. Performance inferior to GOP CSM. The VBIOS works with both 32- and 64-bit architectures.
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Thank you very much to Stefan3D for all the information provided above.
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Correct, in regards to dedicated memory for graphics, if you do not have the option in the BIOS to increase it, then, there is no option to do that. Your system manufacturer set the maximum amount of memory for graphics. So we recommend to get in contact directly with them to verify if that is possible.
In order to find out if a video card will be fully compatible with your system, the best thing to do will be to get in contact with the manufacturer of your system if it is a laptop, or the manufacturer of the board if it is a desktop PC, to confirm if the video card will work properly with your system. They might have a list of tested peripherals that might include a list of video cards.
I hope the information provided on this thread was useful for you.
Any questions, please let me know.