Resizable Bar UEFI Mod Improves Gaming Performance on Old Intel CPUs Such as Sandy Bridge


A modder on GitHub named xCuri0 has created a mod that modifies the UEFI firmware on older motherboards to add Resizable Bar compatibility. Resizable Bar is a performance-enhancing feature that allows for more significant data transfers of over 256MB, and it has been widely accessible since AMD introduced it in 2020.

The mod has been reported to work on systems as old as the Sandy Bridge era, which arrived in 2011. Modern GPUs benefit heavily from Resizable Bar in specific scenarios but can also degrade performance.

This mod is particularly useful for users who want to upgrade their old machines with a brand-new GPU that supports Resizable Bar.

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