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Do Graphics Cards Need 4 GB of Memory? - EVGA GeForce GTX 670 4 GB Superclocked+ Review
And then, run the whole thing again with 2560x1440@120Hz, surround/infinity of 2560x1440 @60Hz and then @100Hz (since nVidia drivers are bogus in sli).
Finding such a monitor is not easy, though, so I guess sticking to 60Hz at first would be ok.
"This is the most resource-consuming application on our list. It needs 1.3 gigabytes even at 2560x1440 without antialiasing and 2 gigabytes with 4x MSAA."
Nope, this bench doesn´t use Multisampling antialiasing, it uses SUPERsampling (in the file "settings.ini" you can config the test, you can use supersampling, 2.25x or 4x, and not to use it).
The tremendous waste of memory with antialiasing in this test is related with the supersampling technique. With 2560x1440 and 4x, you are using "internally" 5120x2880 (56 MB in one framebuffer with 32 bits of color) and downsampling it.
And not for the video games, but for GPGPU.
some here will say you have nvidia tesla. yes we do have it, but it cot several thousand euros, while geforce is 500 or 600 euros.
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