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HD 6950 VRAM - Missing / Broken?!

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Hello, today I saw a thread about CanIrunit and desided to test just for lols how accurate it is with the specs you need in order to play a game.
I tested BF3 and saw that it reported me only having 750MB VRAM, I thought it was just a bug, and decided to test it out. I started BF3 and turned all to Ultra, 4XAA post processing to max ETC, and saw that the card was only using 800MBs of VRAM and wouldn't go higher? Is there any way to test the VRAM or something like that?
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Use GPU-Z is the most accurate.

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Okay, will do. Just re-installed drivers and switched PCI-E slot, CANYOURUNIT still told me 750MB... Will test BF3 with GPU-Z

E: Oh wow, just launched up Crysis 2. My VRAM is allright.
Just noticed to VRAM hungriness of C2 (Played only for a few mins and had a max of 1775MB)
Edited by Antsu - 2/26/12 at 9:56am
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