It should, yes. The system will share normal RAM with the GPU when needed.
If you right-click the desktop and go to Screen Resolution, then Advanced Settings you should see a table stating the GPU's own VRAM (Dedicated Video Memory) and the maximum amount of normal RAM that the system will allow the GPU to use when necessary (Shared System Memory).
1.go to my computer
2.go to system properties (right click and properties)
3.go to remote settings
4.go to advance tab
5.go to settings under performance
6.go to advance tab
7.select change under virtual memory
8.uncheck the "atuomatically manage..."
9. enter desired ammount (see recommended)