You think that a 125% DPI-Scale consumes more VRAM (GPU-RAM) than usual? Nope, should be not the case.Hi guys,
I have display scale set set to 125%, but, probably when not enough RAM, screen became blank for a while and when screen back to alive, display scale reset to the default.
Had to rebbot the pc to restore the display back to its previous settings.
Radeon App (ver 20.11.1) not open when double click it. CPU 2400G, BIOS 3.41, Windows 10 Pro. 16GB RAM.
Anyone have the same experince with mine?
Blank screen hints at some driver problems. How is your monitor connected? HDMI or DP?
Offtopic: I got Thinkpad L14 with AMD 4500U, 16GB 3200MHz@CL22,1T - I have to say it's amaizing. And the 6 Renoir cores (no SMT)
are outrunning the 4C/8T Ryzen 2400G. Basically "no" iGPU difference (Valley-Benchmark 1850 (2400G) vs 1450 points (4500U))
and still much better than i5-10210 (about the same price-point). I'm amaized. The iGPU is even better, when looking fron laptop-standpoint.
Ryzen 2400G = 1780points
Ryzen 4500U = 2100points