Budget gamers’ dream comes true when VRAM (Video Random Access Memory) is upgraded further to meet the game’s system requirements. Exactly, that thing happened recently before the launch of Picasso AMD APU lineup which is Ryzen 5 3400G and Ryzen 3 3200G respectively.
TechTuber by name Tech Epiphany stumbled upon Asus motherboard bios upgrade features on VRAM increase up to whopping 3GB capacity for Integrated Vega graphics found on Picasso and Raven Ridge APUs. This upgrade gives clear performance advantage on heavier game titles where you need to run on a higher resolution like 1080p or 1440p. Usually, less game stuttering and freezing are reduced by bigger VRAM capacity powered Graphics Card. For instance, 2GB variant of GTX 1050 requires you to lower down resolution down to 720p in order to feel smooth frame rates on high settings with rich details.
Furthermore, whole Asus powered AM4 socket motherboards are getting (VRAM) UMA buffer upgrade including Prime A320M-K, Prime B450M-K, Prime B350M-K, ROG Strix B450-F, and all X370, X470 or X570 chipset based boards. If you are possessing one of the Asus AM4 socket motherboards, we recommend you to increase UMA Frame buffer size into 3GB in bios setup mode by pressing DEL button before Windows boots up.
Source: Tech Epiphany via Youtube