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    780V RAM Allocation?

    I was wondering how much RAM I should have allocated to my 780V IGP? It's currently set to 256MB (default) but I'm thinking it would be better with 128MB so there was a little extra available as system RAM?
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    Re: 780V RAM Allocation?

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    Re: 780V RAM Allocation?

    For normal stuff 128mb RAM should be enough. The best thing would be to muck around with the amount of RAM and see the minimum amount you would need for your desktop.


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    Re: 780V RAM Allocation?

    Thanks for the advice. I'll change it next time I reboot.

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