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LiCoHi

How to deal with 3gb of VRAM

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If I have 3gb of vram and pretty high specs on cuda cores and core speed will I be able to play a triple A title 3 to 4 years down the line if I turn down anti aliasing or resolution to 900p

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Telling us the exact GPU name instead. We dont play the guessing game well.


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GTX 1060 3GB? You'll probably be able to play, don't worry. The detail settings would be a problem.

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10 minutes ago, LiCoHi said:

If I have 3gb of vram and pretty high specs on cuda cores and core speed will I be able to play a triple A title 3 to 4 years down the line if I turn down anti aliasing or resolution to 900p

3GB is more than enough to play games on 1080p/ultra unless you are playing 4k in GTX 1080 with a capped 3GB VRAM model lol.

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6 minutes ago, SecretX said:

3GB is more than enough to play games on 1080p/ultra unless you are playing 4k in GTX 1080 with a capped 3GB VRAM model lol.

wolfenstein uses more than 3gb for me on 1080p


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13 minutes ago, asus killer said:

wolfenstein uses more than 3gb for me on 1080p

I find that hard to believe, but even if it does, compression is pretty good on the latest generation. Unless it starts eating up 5GB+, performance shouldn't be hindered too much. 


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3 minutes ago, JoostinOnline said:

I find that hard to believe, but even if it does, compression is pretty good on the latest generation. Unless it starts eating up 5GB+, performance shouldn't be hindered too much. 

it's not my video and i do not play at the highest setting (i do not remenber the name of the setting i used, the game has some weird names for it) but...

 

 


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1 hour ago, asus killer said:

it's not my video and i do not play at the highest setting (i do not remenber the name of the setting i used, the game has some weird names for it) but...

 

 

That's not Woflenstein.  That's Wolfenstein II. ;)


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