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Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Detail level: Ultra Preset with 2x MSAA instead of 4x MSAA, 100% Resolution Scale
Game: Battlefield 4
Graphics Card: 2x 670 FTW 2GB
Max VRAM used: 2020MB

Battlefield 4 Conquest Large 64/64 players



Max VRAM used: 2015MB
Battlefield 4 Conquest 32/32 players and Battlefield 4 Team Deathmatch (64/64)
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Sorry to revive this thread (not that it matter does it ?!)

I'm considering buying 2 second hand r9 270x and was wondering, according to that screenshot, I assume no MSAA would be less than 2gb VRAM usage then ? I guess I could remove some antialiasing too .. but I read MSAA takes alot of VRAM and also I'm not sure everyone used VSYNC when benching and I just can't play without VSYNC redface.gif
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Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Caviar Black 640Gb Crucial MX 100 256Gb Seagate Barracuda 1Tb Samsung 850 Evo 500Gb 
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ID Cooling FrostFlow 240 Windows 7/8/10 Asus Vw266h Crossover 2795@95hz 
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Logitech G11 Corsair AX760i Phanteks Enthoo Primo SteelSeries Sensei+Coolermaster Alcor 
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