Black and white 2 witch requires 256 gbts of vram but i have a hellov a lot more that than in shared v ram 🙁
With no hints of makers or part numbers on any hardware beyond "almost 2 gigs of onboard video ram" or what output to a monitor or monitors, what operating system, what "game", no guessing for you.
You have been at Yahoo Answers almost 6 years and that is the best request for help you can do?
We need a bit more info. What exactly is the graphics card? What game are you playing?
Here are some basic things to check that I don't need to know your specs for:
-Make sure your monitor is plugged into your graphics card and not the motherboard. If it's in the motherboard it's using the CPU's integrated graphics, which will be a lot worse.
-Make sure your graphics drivers are fully updated.
-Make sure Microsoft's game DVR is turned off (Windows 10 only).
-Lower the in-game settings.
-Close all background programs while playing.
-Use MSI Afterburner to check hardware temperatures. If either the CPU or GPU is getting too hot, that can slow it down. If one (or both) is over 85C, remove as much dust as you can from the case and reapply thermal paste.
Upgrade your GPU to Something Like an Nvidia Geforce GTX 960 w/ 4 GB RAM
That should hopefully solve any Issues
Performance is based mostly on graphics processor and then CPU.
Install BELARC ADVISER and SPECCY and when you figure out your computer parts and you state which game, I can tell you what performance you should be getting.
RAM is passive. In graphics it is a page buffer.
buy a real video card