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doh.gif A classified is the for sale thread.

aAAAAAhhh I get it now, lol

 

Fail by my part :)

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So either tomorrow or Saturday I will be getting my Zotac GTX 670 4GB GPU. I am guessing that the extra Vram will help alot in Crysis 2.

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I've noticed that out of those signed up for the club so far only a few are running AMD's. thinking.gif
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oh oh add me dell 30" powered by amd 6990
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I've noticed that out of those signed up for the club so far only a few are running AMD's. thinking.gif

Well there will be more and more people signing into the club and than we can better see how many users are on the Red side, and how many are on the Green side.

 

But so far you are right, the green side is favoured amongs this small list of 1440p or above users.

 

Though the 2GB vram is enough for 95% of the games out there, still it will be a bottleneck for games like Crysis 2 in DX11 and high res texture pack, or maybe Skyrim at Max.

 

I can not wait to get my 4gb card oevr the weekend, and I can not wait to add a 2nd one to it.

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oh oh add me dell 30" powered by amd 6990

 

The Dell u3011???

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Figured id post pics of my setup, since others were biggrin.gifthumb.gif
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I've noticed that out of those signed up for the club so far only a few are running AMD's. thinking.gif
Well there will be more and more people signing into the club and than we can better see how many users are on the Red side, and how many are on the Green side.

But so far you are right, the green side is favoured amongs this small list of 1440p or above users.

Though the 2GB vram is enough for 95% of the games out there, still it will be a bottleneck for games like Crysis 2 in DX11 and high res texture pack, or maybe Skyrim at Max.

I can not wait to get my 4gb card oevr the weekend, and I can not wait to add a 2nd one to it.

2GB of VRAM isn't a bottleneck on ANY single monitor resolution. wink.gif The card itself on the otherhand...now that's a possibility. Remember that the GTX 670 and 680's are both bandwidth starved little monsters. They can't fully utilize 4GB of VRAM anyway.
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2GB of VRAM isn't a bottleneck on ANY single monitor resolution. wink.gif The card itself on the otherhand...now that's a possibility. Remember that the GTX 670 and 680's are both bandwidth starved little monsters. They can't fully utilize 4GB of VRAM anyway.

Oh yeah not a bottleneck maybe but honestly i hit some scary memory levels in Crysis 2 without DX11 and Ultra res pack.

 

I even hit 1800 mhz on Battlefield 3 64 player maps without MSAA.

 

Kcuestag gave me a hint that I can always disable Windows Aero to free some memory though,

 

But I honestly want to grab 2 4gb 670s for a nice 1440p experience. I would have gone for 2 4gb 680s but they are no where in stock here in Turkey.

 

Again most games i play currently utilize around 1GB of Vram but 2-3 games are extreme exceptions for that.

 

Also I am too scared to fire Metro 2033 on 1440p. :) I wonder the memory usage on that game.

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Add me I guess. I've got a 30 inch Dell U3011 on a GTX 680. thumb.gif
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