Originally Posted by icehotshot
Well I don't disagree that Ultra setting are going to require more vram, but I highly doubt you are going to be maxing the game out on a 2gb gtx 660 whether it had 10gb of vram or not. Although lowering a setting or two should alleviate the need for crazy amounts of vram.
Plus I highly doubt any games are going to use 5gb of vram on consoles. They have ~7gb to work with and I bet the majority will be for ram as opposed to vram. Why in the world would games running at 1080p or less on a console need 5gb of vram
Very high quality textures? Haven't you noticed how many bad/ blurred texture surfaces there are in many of these current gen console ports? Games like Max Payne with very very high resolution textures will become more and more common because the consoles can handle it.
Still though, we are haven't even started the next-gen console cycle so 2GB card should be adequate for a year or two but expect the next few GPU generations to have alot more Vram with every iteration as 1440p becomes the PC standard.
Why post this when you post that
Originally Posted by Alatar Well there go the claims of it running inherently better on AMD hardware. Never mind the GPUs but the 4ghz 8350 on par with a 3.3ghz 2500K...But anyways, both camps will get driver releases in the future and the game will also most likely get a bunch of performance improvements and so on.
Also what is up with this site and always running 4xMSAA.... Couldn't they just once test with something different...
? Just couldn't help yourself hey;)Edited by th3illusiveman - 6/24/13 at 10:43am