WHAT IS ADAPTER RAM IN A PC ,,, MY PC HAS 772 MB OF ADAPTER RAM IS THAT THE DEDICATED GRAPHICS IN MY PC ........ IT IS DIFFERENT IN ALL PC ,,, IT IS BASED UPON THE MOTHERBOARD ,,, IT IS ALSO CALLED VIDEO MEMMORY ,,,, I FOUND IT IN
START>RUN>"DXDIAG" >DISPLAY MENU>APPROX TOTAL MEMORY
AS ADAPTER RAM IN
START>ALL PROGRAMS >SYSTEM TOOLS> SYSTEM INFORMATION >COMPONENTS > DISPLAY > ADAPTER RAM
WHATS THIS???? PLZZ REPLY ,, MY FRIEND TOLD ME ITS THE GRAPHICS ON BOARD
Graphics memory is reported differently depending on your hardware & version of Windows. If you have an actual graphics card, it will have it's own dedicated memory. The most common cards these days have 512MB, 1GB, 1.5GB, or 2GB. Older cards may have 64MB, 128MB, or 256MB.
Integrated graphics (built into the motherboard) either has a small amount of dedicated memory, then "borrows" more from system RAM, or it has no memory of it's own & borrows it ALL from the system RAM.
Graphics memory is reported differently in Vista/Win7 than in other versions of Windows. This will explain:
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