How to increase dedicated video ram intel HD graphics in Windows 10

increase dedicated video ram intel HD graphics

How to Increase Dedicated Video RAM (VRAM) in Windows 10 UPDATED 2021

The graphics card is the most determining piece of hardware of your system when it comes to impacting your  PC performance. If your graphics card (dedicated or integrated) is old with mediocre specs, you’ll most likely be prohibited from accessing new and hot applications and games. If you don’t have the money for a brand new GPU, you might be able to fool your system by faking a VRAM increase

What is VRM?  

VRM is short word Means Video Ram Memory.
  This video memory are combined in Graphics Processering Unity (GPU) which make graphics to perform faster. So in order your pc to perform faster like Editing Video and game playing you need higher Ram for Video memory.

In this artical am going to show how to increase your Video memory for your Pc which can make your pc to perform faster. Am going to show second way by using Register editor.


There to many way to chek your video memory in your pc. But am going to show two sample way.

A. Press CTRL+SHIFT+ESC then click to Performance go to GPU.

B. Open the Settings menu by pressing Windows Key + I.
Select the System entry, then click Display on the left sidebar.
Scroll down and click the Advanced display settings text.
On the resulting menu, select the monitor you’d like to view settings for (if necessary). Then click the Display adapter properties text at the bottom.
In a new window, you’ll see your current video RAM listed next to Dedicated Video Memory.
Under Adapter Type, you’ll see the name of your Nvidia or AMD graphics card, depending on what device you have. If you see AMD Accelerated Processing Unit or Intel HD Graphics (more likely), you’re using integrated graphics

Methods to Increase VRM:

1. Press Windows Key + R

After Run window open Type Regedit  Then Press Enter.

2. Register editor.
After Register Editor open go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Intel

Right-click the Intel folder on the left sidebar and choose New > Key. Name this key GMM. Once you’ve made it, select the new GMM folder on the left and right-click inside the right side.
Select New > DWORD (32-bit) Value. Name this DedicatedSegmentSize and give it a value, making sure to select the Decimal option. In megabytes, the minimum value is 0 (disabling the entry) and the maximum is 512. Set this value, restart your computer, and see if it helps a game run.

3.Now close everything then Restart you pc to see if you VRM Increased.

You can watch this Video For more detail

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