[SOLVED] Is it possible to increase my integrated graphics VRAM?

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Here are the specs

System Model - Dell Inspiron 7375

OS - Windows 10

APU - AMD Ryzen 7 2700U with RX Vega 10 Graphics

MOBO - Dell 0GTNWX version A00

RAM - 12 GB

Storage - 225 GB SSD

Total available graphics memory - 6218
Dedicated video memory - 256
System video memory - 0
Shared system memory - 5962


I'm looking to increase the VRAM on my integrated graphics to play certain video games like the new Call of Duty Warzone. I understand this is a horrible computer for gaming but I meet all of the minimum requirements to play it except im short 1048 mb of VRAM. Would it be possible to increase this safely? I checked my BIOS but I didn't see anything related to memory in the slightest.
 

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if it was possible, then the BIOS would have the option for it.

otherwise, you're stuck as it is. there is no way to fake it since reserving the ram as vram is done at the hardware level. it's designed to allow so much and that's all it can handle.

i looked through the manual and it seems like you can't change it :(
 
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Math Geek

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if it was possible, then the BIOS would have the option for it.

otherwise, you're stuck as it is. there is no way to fake it since reserving the ram as vram is done at the hardware level. it's designed to allow so much and that's all it can handle.

i looked through the manual and it seems like you can't change it :(
 
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