AMD FM1 built-in graphic card shared memory in Windows 10

  1.    31 Jan 2017 #1

    AMD FM1 built-in graphic card shared memory in Windows 10

    Where do I set the shared system memory for AMD FM1 built-in graphic card on Windows 10?
    As I know, the main board have a dedicated memory for 1GB and shared system memory for 4GB.
    My PC have 8GB RAM. I think it is more than enough the shared system memory. I want to set it to 2GB shared memory + 1GB dedicated RAM. In the BIOS settings, I set it to maximum shared memory.
    My monitor is 1080p x 1920 resolution via HDMI cable.
    I am not a gamer, never play any games. Only YouTube for HD, sometimes FHD.

    Thank you
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  2.    31 Jan 2017 #2

    You can usually set it in the BIOS but the dedicated GPU in the CPU has it's own memory so memory allocation is automatically set according to the programs you use.

    You're right that the memory is more than enough for your needs.
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       31 Jan 2017 #3

    Not familiar with the system but this would normally be set it the BIOS and not in Windows - normally tapping Del before windows starts will open the bios but check your system documentation or watch the screen when booting for messages,

    If you do not do any gaming you would possibly be better setting the memory to 1GB shared ( or less) to give 2GB total and save the rest of the memory for running programs
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