Not enough VRAM is detected in my machine. I have subnormal fps running applications, especially at high resolutions. I have tried downloading "nvenabler" but don't know how to use it.
Please could someone guide me through getting my machine to detect all vram properly.thanks
I don't know how much but i get error messages that vram is low.Also i've been told the low fps is due to not enough vram by a number of people.If i can tweak/alter the machine to get full vram detected i'm quite certain this will stop the stuttering and ridiculous lag when playing games in full screen at 2560 x 1600.
In which applications do you get that message? Do the problems disappear when you reduce antialiasing and/or reduce your resolution?
If you by get the full vram detected mean 3gb, I'm afraid that is currently not possible.This is simply how sli and crossfire works, identical data is loaded into the vram of both cards, effectively limiting the vram your system can use to 1.5gb.
Unfortunately, 1.5gb is often not enough to run demanding games at your res will all eyecandy and aa/af turned on
i get normal fps in applications running in a small window at high res but in full screen i get like 10% fps.This is the vram problem.
If you run a game windowed with the desktop resolution set to 2560x1600, the game will run at the lower resolution of the window, not the resolution of the desktop.
For example, if the window takes up a quarter of your screen, the game actually runs at 1280x800 - which is why the games run well windowed.
I'm sorry, but you have had many persons telling you that you simply don't have enough vram for your res witt aa/af turned on. I suggest you trust them. You cannot "tweak" your cards into having more vram than what is soldered onto them.