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P8H67-M PRO igp memory?

Discussion in 'Motherboards & Processors' started by Bilbob, Jul 8, 2011.

  1. Bilbob

    Bilbob Active Member

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    Now, I do know what I'm doing with compooters, but it's been quite some time since I did a build...
    I've got a P8H67-M PRO board with a i5 2405sthe one with the hd3000 igp, and 8 gig ram, but I'm jiggered if I can find out how to use more memory than 128 meg... in th ebios I can see options for 12, 32, 64 and 128, but nothing further...

    I feel a clutz for not knowing this, but as I say, I've not built a machine for about 2 years, and I'm a little out of the loop!!

    How do I add more memory to it!!
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  2. JefUK

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    128MB is the maximum you can set for dedicated graphics memory. Additional memory is dynamically allocated by the sytem, normally up to a maximum of about 1.5GB.

    The Win7 "Performance Information and Tools" report will show how much is dedicated and how much is dynamically available - although the maximum value is hardly ever (never?) used.
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  3. Bilbob

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    oh really? this report is found where?

    NM, found it :thumbsup:
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    like I said, it's bin a while ;)
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    I bought my new System with this motherboard back in Nov'11 for under £500 on Ebay from VIBox, it's now up for £550. I got 3.4GHz i7, 8Gb RAM, 1Tb HDD, onboard sound & video. Win 7 64-bit HP. Yesterday I updated the BIOS to 1106. Wow what a pc

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