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Laptops and VideoMemorySizeMb

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Hey everyone!

 

Knowing the incapabilities of a laptop, I've always thought that maybe the usual formula for calculating the above did more harm than good. Should I be doing anything different than, say, a PC user?

 

I have 16GB of RAM and a GTX 880M which provides a whopping 8GB of VRAM but again this is a laptop and something is telling me that the end result is far too much for a laptop to handle.

 

This is the current formula I use:

 

16000+8192-2048=22144

 

Should I maybe half that?

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Maximum is 10240. That's the number I use and it works fine for my system (16 GB RAM + 768MB VRAM).

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The maximum is actually now 131072 (128GB)...but that is crazy as only servers would have that much RAM. Have no idea why Boris is allowing so much RAM to be used for ENBoost unless isn't just a side effect of enbhost.exe being enabled for 64bit systems.

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