Ati Radeon Mobility HD 2400 HYPERMEMORY bug

vbimport

#1

Right guys ! new to this forum (was reading a lot though:) and i could not find
a solution yet .
PLEASE any help much appreciated !!

First of all i have a notebook with the specs below:
ASUS X70 series F7Sr
CPU: Intel Core2Duo (centrino) T5550 @1.86
VGA: Ati Radeon mobility HD 2400 Vram 256Mb PCIe
RAM: 3GB DDR2
HDD:250GB
OP: Vista Home Premium.
ETC: bluetooth, HDMI, S-Video, E-Sata,

So it a good enough notebook /not used for gaming though/ but there is that “hypermemory” thing for ATI … now the 3gigs of ram sounds good but if the GPU is using around 1500 than it could be better …
I know the question "WHY I would reduce the GPU memory? Makes no sense… lol "
Answer : Because my most important program a visual software is not yet
hardware accelerated so it is not using the features given by ATI directly.
But it could use a bit more ram.:rolleyes:… I hope yous understand me lol…
So the point is i would love to limit the memory reserved for the ATI but dont know how??? PLease help me …
Another thing i was trying that “HYDRAVISION” witch would come handy with visual apps but at the boot of Vista it tells an error that no ati driver was found on the system ??? Catalyst Control Centre ??? I tried 3 versions of CCC but no luck… :a

I hope there is some one who is a Ati specialist …
Thanks a million in advance …:bow:
JoeY


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Hi,quote=Joey_ASUS_TPP;2141917
So it a good enough notebook /not used for gaming though/ but there is that “hypermemory” thing for ATI … now the 3gigs of ram sounds good but if the GPU is using around 1500 than it could be better …[/quote]The amount of (shared) memory beyond the dedicated VGA memory is only used on demand. So, if you are not gaming, the 3 GB installed are available for your applications.

Michael


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Cheers Michael much appreciated …
Any idea about hydravision ??


#4

[quote=Joey_ASUS_TPP;2142256]Cheers Michael much appreciated …
Any idea about hydravision ??[/quote]Somehow related to dual screen output if I remember correctly. You might have a look onATI website for more detailled information.

Michael