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Graphic card 82805 intel (built in)

My graphic card memory is 35mb but it displays 4mb (it is built in).

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Re: graphic card 82805 intel (built in)

You set the memory for these types of on-board graphics adapters in the BIOS, as they share main memory with the system (They allocate part of main RAM) this chip probably has a max capacity of 32 Mb (not 35)

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Part/Feature Support/Specification Motherboard Description
  • Manufacturer's name - N1996
  • HP/Compaq name - Argon
Motherboard Supplier MSI System BIOS Supplier MSI/Award Form Factor uATX Processor Brand Intel Maximum approved processor 2.53 GHz Intel Pentium 4 Processor Socket Type mPGA478 Processor Family Intel P4 or Celeron Processor Front Side Bus Frequency 400/533MHz Chipset Name 845E Chipset "North Bridge"

revision/stepping 845E

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