I really ask pardon if this question is a newbish one that asks for the impossible, but it'd be interesting to get this cleared...
Is there any kind of program out there than can re-allocate RAM towards usage as video memory? The reason I ask is because my TNT2 only has 32 MB of video memory but can still render decent lighting/shading effects and handles a lot of modern-graphic-ish features. For example, my card on RTCW can actually output decent visual graphics but the performance is somewhat questionable. Here's a screen:
You can see that the card can actually output smooth and decent looking visual quality. I don't really get any chopiness at all, but somtimes
I get this weird lag effect as if my mouse was over-smoothed and delayed, this is mainly for RTCW and HL2 (which I can play surprsingly well on the 32 mb TNT2). I'd guess that increasing the video memory would help wonders. The reason I actually think this is possible is because most intergrated cards always have "shared video memory". Does anyone know anything about such a program that will do the same with an independant graphics card?