You must be thinking about classic desktops video cards and not how integrated video solutions work.
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I have an HP G60 364CA with an Insyde Bios (ver. F.63).
My question is how can i change the AGP Aperture Setting for better performance while playing games? There seems to be only basic options
in my bios
BTW: Windows 7 Home Premium, 4GB Ram, Intel Pentium T4300
but the WEI shows only 64mb
Note that it's reporting 1695MB total, with 64MB dedicated and 1531MB shared. That's how integrated graphics work; they have a small amount of dedicated memory and then use system RAM as needed. It's slower and reduces the available RAM available for other purposes, but it's a cheaper solution for budget- and mid-level computers.
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