I hate to nitpick, but since you and I tend to go back and forth in a playful and informative way, here we go...
While many 15" monitors cannot run extremely high resolutions, ones which are referred to as "Multisync" monitors CAN in fact run 1280x1024 and higher resolutions. Note that most users would need to be 1" away from the monitor, or have a magnifying glass to make use of it, or use exceedingly large font settings, but it is possible, and some people do it.
While there are video memory settings in BIOS, they are usually for shadowing, and for a particular PCI or OS/2 issue (I forget which), and do not in any way relate to the amount of Video RAM your video card will provide. That is solely determined by the actual ram chips mounted on the video card.
The whole point of Video RAM is that it is significantly faster than standard RAM, so it wouldn't make much sense to use standard ram as video ram, as the performance hit would be horrible!
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