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Utilising maximum graphics memory

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even when i run high end applications the max graphic memory in use never exceeds 9mb.why is this?
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well looking at pic, id say your running onboard graphics with min of 8m and max of 192m. what intense programs are you refering to?

It may just be that program you are using to read it... Ive never used a program to monitor gpu mem usage...
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You're only using 9MB of memory for graphics as you're only on the desktop when you launch the Intel Graphics Information program.
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