Adjust the GPU memory on the Raspberry Pi

 

Sometimes the video will not run smoothly on your Raspberry Pi. You can adjust the GPU memory on your Raspberry Pi. This will help you solve your issue.

In this guide, we will walk you through that how to adjust the GPU memory on your Raspberry Pi.

Let's jump in and get started:

Run sudo raspi-config from terminal > then select Advanced Options > Memory Split > update the number to 256 > save it & restart the Raspberry Pi.

1. Open the terminal on the Raspberry Pi

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2. Type sudo raspi-config in the terminal

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3. Select Advanced Options

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4. Select Memory Split

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5. Update to 256, then select OK

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6. Then select Finish

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7. Lastly, select Yes to reboot your Raspberry Pi

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That's it.

The GPU memory is 256 Mb on your Raspberry Pi now.

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