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When using Surround at very high resolutions the need for AA is not that high when compared to lower resolutions, so I don't think 2GB should be that big of a problem. 

    
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When using Surround at very high resolutions the need for AA is not that high when compared to lower resolutions, so I don't think 2GB should be that big of a problem. 

Why is this? The PPI would be the same
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