Solved intel hd graphic issue

January 18, 2013 at 20:50:51
Specs: Windows 7
hey guys i have a k53e asus laptop with the intel hd graphic card si i want to increase me vga card to 1gb to run some games like gta IV how can to that can i reforn a part of my ram (8gb) t my vga card or what can i do ??

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January 19, 2013 at 00:34:15
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If the amount of RAM assigned to the Intel graphics chip can be increased, the feature will be in BIOS Setup:

Turn laptop off.
Turn it on and press <F2> key when the ASUS logo appears on-screen.
Look for section which contains video settings if there are any.
After making any changes remember to "Save to CMOS and Exit" (<F10>).

However, on many laptops you cannot change the amount of RAM assigned to graphics because it's fixed, with no video settings in the BIOS Setup.

Remember also that increasing video RAM will reduce the amount left for Windows, so it will slow down.

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January 19, 2013 at 06:49:00
Increasing the amount of memory used by the integrated graphics will NOT make your game play any better because the RAM isn't the problem. The problem is the weak Intel HD graphics chip. There's nothing you can do about it other than to lower your game settings. Even so, some games will still be unplayable. If you knew you wanted to play games, you should have bought a gaming laptop not a general purpose laptop.

"The K53E's integrated Intel graphics are significantly better performing than previous-generation Intel graphics though this still is not a gaming notebook; for gaming, look for a notebook with a dedicated AMD or Nvidia graphics card. For everything except gaming, integrated Intel graphics are more than enough."

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