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mohamed25244
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Increase Graphics card ram (model G50-70

Hi

I have a laptop Lenovo G50-70 and I have 16 G ram I want to increase the graphics card ram from the lab memory (16 GB), what should I do

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Re: Increase Graphics card ram (model G50-70

Hi mohamed25244,

 

Welcome to the Community Forums.

 

This option is not supported in the G50-70 BIOS but you may try following the steps described on this discussion for similar registry feature.

 

Regards



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Re: Increase Graphics card ram (model G50-70

My system was getting turned off while Playing some games.whats the reason

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Re: Increase Graphics card ram (model G50-70

Hello Kattasriram,

 
Thanks for using the Lenovo Community Forums.

 

1. It's possible your laptop is overheating and shutting down to prevent further damage. When it shuts down, is the case hotter than usual? If so, check that exhaust vents are clear. If they're blocked with dust, clean them with a vacuum cleaner or pressurized air. Also when a random shutdown occurs, let the laptop cool down completely before starting it again. The increase in case temperature should be noticeable and quick if the unit is overheating.

2.Run Hardware Diagnostics, us this link: https://pcsupport.lenovo.com/us/en/products/laptops-and-netbooks/lenovo-g-series-laptops/g50-70-note...)
It's possible there is a RAM or motherboard issue.

3. Look at the system log in Windows Control Panel, Computer Management, Event Viewer, Windows Log, System. Are there any red exclamation mark errors?

4. Kindly run/install a CPU Temperature Monitor software to determine the minimum and maximum temperature from each CPU core and provide us a screenshot with the result during gaming.

 

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