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AMD APU's & Chrome Artifacts

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I want to pass this along to other that might be using this kind of hardware in there computer. I'm running a Asus A78M-A motherboard with a AMD A8-6600K APU with Radeon(tm) HD Graphics processor. I do not have a separate video board it all built into the CPU or now called a APU. Now as for Chrome it was creating video artifacts randomly pan down a page and it might garble the screen graphics. What you do is reboot enter BIOS and look for a setting for the Intergrated video make sure to set it to FORCE then another option should appear for VIDEO SIZE. It was set for AUTO I increased it to 1 GB worth of video memory. 

No more graphics artifacts... 

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