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As you can see that Intel scanned my hardware and found that my Graphic Card: Gigabyte Windforce OC 11GB RTX 2080Ti 4GB, whereas CPU-Z shows 11GB.

Could someone help to explain this please?

thanks

  • Why are you looking at an Intel website for the specifications of a Nvidia product? What Intel tool to you use to scan your system? How much memory are you sharing with the Intel iGPU? Please edit your question so I can improve my answer. – Ramhound Sep 11 at 15:05
  • @Ramhound sure, will do it once I'm back to home. thanks :) – Franva Sep 12 at 1:45
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As you can see that Intel scanned my hardware and found that my Graphic Card: Gigabyte Windforce OC 11GB RTX 2080Ti 4GB

The information on the Intel page is incorrect, there is no version of the RTX 2080 Ti, that comes with only 4 GB of VRAM. Whatever, Intel is using to detect the VRAM of your GPU, is likely being confused by the existance of the Nvidia GPU in your system. The information in the screenshot, on the Intel website is incorrect, and the data contained in the page cannot be trusted. The screenshot also clearly indicates the GPU is sharing 4 GB worth of your physical system memory.

Based on the screenshot I suspect, whatever generated the information, is deeply flawed.

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