Where Gonna 64mb Ram ?

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  1. saurav_nolakha

    saurav_nolakha New Member

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    I Am Having A 80gb Sata Hard Disk,pent-d(2.66 Ghz),512 Mb Ram.......my Computer Properties Show Only 448 Mb Ram,,,
    While In Another Computer With 256 Mb Ram,40 Gb Hdd,p-4(2.26 Ghz) It Shows 248 Mb Of Ram..
    Howz Such A Huge Difference???
    Ho It Can Be Resolved????
     
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    samrulez New Member

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    Go to the BIOS.....under ''Advanced BIOS Freatures'' or ''Advanced Chipset Features'' change the ''Onboard VGA frame buffer size'' to 8MB.....
     
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    dOm1naTOr Wise Old Owl

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    shhhh!!!!! on a sniper point
    setting it to 8mb seriously affects ur graphics perfomance. Set it to at least 64 MB or even 128MB for geting the most out of ur onboard graphics chip.
     
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    let the shared RAm to 64 because it is the most optimum amt of RAM for ur onbard garphics
     
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    Third Eye gooby pls

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    Don't take any tension,64 ram is sharing by onboard chipset.
     
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    ya, don't take any tension it's 64 MB ram is shared by the onboard graphics
    & u cann't make it to Zero. but if u r not playing any ram sucker games & or not working with the 3D graphics u may reduce it's size (as this option is provided in the BIOS setup).
     
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    Keep it to atleast 64 MB, otherwise it would affect your PC's graphics performance!!!
    If you are a hardcore Gamer , then keep it as 128 MB atleast. 256 MB would be a
    better choice if you are into gaming.
     
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    But I don't think that 256 MB of shared RAM for a onboard graphics will be any useful as It will not take full advantage of it
     
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    is your first machine i.e. 2.66Ghz machine AMD processor???
    AMD machine shares a lot RAM with onboard graphics memory...
     
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