Dedicated video memory

xcruisermcl

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Hello,i just want to increase my dedicated video memory on ati radeon hd 4850.i searched a lot on google,watched youtube and everything but all are about intel GPUs so plz if you can help me increase my dedicated video memory on ati radeon hd 4850 so help me
MY SPECS:
CPU:AMD athlon ii x4 620(64 bit)
GPU:ATI Radeon HD 4850
RAM:6GB
OS:WINDOWS 7 ROG EDITION
 

flavallee

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This is the performance score(1932) for the AMD Athlon II X4 620 2.60 GHz quad core processor:
cpu.JPG

This is the performance score(951) and amount of dedicated video memory(2048 MB) for the ATI Radeon HD 4850 graphics card:
gpu.JPG

Your computer has only 6 GB of RAM, so I'm guessing more can be added.

You cannot increase the amount of dedicated video memory, but you should be able to increase the amount of shared video memory by adding more RAM.

What is the brand name and complete model number of the motherboard in your computer?

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xcruisermcl

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My GPU has 512mb vram
and my brand name is violet and looking for model number now
 

xcruisermcl

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its serial number is 101578400000990
manufacturer=pegatron corporation
product=violet
 

flavallee

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The Pegatron Violet motherboards are commonly used in HP/Compaq desktop PC's, so I'm going to assume that's what you have.

If you do, what's the exact serial number(S/N) and product number(P/N) on its case?

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flavallee

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You have a HP Pavilion p6210f Desktop PC(NY544AA) which was introduced in August 2009 and came with Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit.

According to its product specifications section, it came with this hardware:
Pegatron Violet M2N78-LA motherboard
AMD Athlon II X4 620 2.60 GHz quad core processor
6 GB of DDR2-800 RAM
640 GB(596 GB actual capacity) SATA2 hard disk drive
DVD+/-RW SATA disc drive
NVIDIA GeForce 9100 integrated graphics
Realtek ALC888S high definition audio
Realtek RTL8201N 10/100 Mbps ethernet
300W power supply

Did you add a ATI Radeon HD 4850 dedicated graphics card after you purchased that desktop?
Did you replace that desktop's original hard disk drive with a 320 GB(298 GB actual capacity) hard disk drive?

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xcruisermcl

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yes i added the GPU after purchasing desktop
and my HDD is it's own one i mean i didnt changed it
and its own ram was 4GB so i added 2GB more
 
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xcruisermcl

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Your computer is not going to run PUBG. It just isn't.
well i make every single game run on my pc cuz i override it in a different way for every game and yes it does run pubg without overriding it but idk how to make a game identify your gpu
 

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To my knowledge, video card memory is not upgradable. You want more, you will need to purchase a new video card that will support your machine with more memory on it.
 

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