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Hello,

I own a early 2011 13in macbook pro with all the stuff you already know it has. I've been trying to play some games and it's been super laggy and I was wondering if there was a way to increase the vRAM without spending the money on more RAM.



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nope. but you can double the RAM for around 50 bucks, its the only way to get more video memory.
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