How to Increase Dedicated Video RAM in Windows 10

In case you do not want to spend any money on a brand new GPU, then the only thing you can do is to increase dedicated video RAM in Windows 10. In this article, you will get different ways to complete this procedure by using the BIOS and Registry Editor.

Steps to Increase Dedicated VRAM Using BIOS

 Go through the steps mentioned below to know how you can increase the Dedicated VRAM through BIOS. Make sure that your computer is turned on already to complete this procedure:

•    Start the system again.

•    Type the BIOS settings tab.

•    You need to press on the dedicated BIOS key while going through the booting process.

•    Click on F2, F5, F8, or Delete key.

•    In case it doesn’t solve this issue, then find online for particular steps on typing the BIOS settings.

•    After going to the BIOS menu, find the menu which is same as Graphics Settings, Video Settings, or VGA Share Memory Size.

•    You will get it below the Advanced menu.

•    Start saving the configuration.

•    Start the system again.

•    You need to use the same procedure mentioned above to check if you have successfully increased the VRAM count.

Steps to Increase Dedicated VRAM Using  Registry Editor

Do you want to increase dedicated VRAM? Then try to use the Registry Editor to complete this procedure on your Windows 10 PC:

•    Click on the Windows and R keys together.

•    It will open the Run prompt box.

•    Enter “regedit” in the given box.

•    Click on the Enter option.

•    It will launch the Registry Editor option.

•    In the Registry Editor, start using the left side panel  to go to the below-mentioned command:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Software/Intel

•    You need to right-click on the Intel key.

•    Select the New option.

•    Click on the Key button.

•    Give a title to the GMM.

•    After choosing the GMM key.

•    Go to the right-hand panel.

•    Choose the New option.

•    Choose a Dword Value.

•    You need to give title as DedicatedSegmentSize.

•    Click twice on the DedicatedSegmentSize, change the Base to Decimal.

•    Place value from 0 to 512.

•    It is the value which is an amount of VRAM showing in the Adapter Properties menu list.

•    Start saving the changes you have done.

•    Start the system again to save the changes.

•    Check if you have successfully increased dedicated video RAM in Windows 10.

Steps for Checking the video RAM amount

Do you want to check the video RAM amount? Then go through the steps mentioned below to do so:

•    Click on the Windows and R keys together.

•    It will launch the Run prompt box.

•    Enter the “mssettings:easeofaccess-display”

•    Press on the Enter option.

•    It will launch the Display option.

•    It is located in the Settings application.

•    Go down and press on the Advanced display settings tab.

•    Press on the Display adapter properties option.

•    Go through the VRAM count given below the Adapter information at Dedicated Video Memory option.

Emily Williams is a self-professed security expert; she has been making the people aware of the security threats. Her passion is to write about Cyber security, cryptography, malware, social engineering, internet and new media. She writes for Norton security products at norton.com/setup.

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