Originally Posted by akromatic
lol i rather turn down pointless details like AA. i only see 4GB being a viable option if playing on at least 1440p and using a high end card like a flagship or 1 down of the series where the memory bus isnt gimped
everything else you are using the wrong card for the wrong screen at the wrong detail level
mainstream cards like this is made to be playable at medium detail on a mainstream resolution of 1080p for mainstream games, future titles would make it struggle
lol no, 760 playable at medium detail? sure if you want 60FPS.
From all of the benches I've seen they are perfectly capable of high or above settings and still can get 40-50+fps at 1080p, on my own 760 I can run whatever I want the only games that dont run so well are games which are pretty intensive on the hardware or when you throw a ton of AA on them, if you're looking for 1440p gaming then you're looking toward a 770 or 780, the 760, 7950 or 280 are among the best cards on the market you can get for what they cost and the performance they deliver at 1080p, you are seriously underestimating them.
What is the problem here? the stock 760 is perfectly capable, not everyone needs a £400 or $400 GPU
even EuroGamer built their next gen PC with it.
And if your 670 is having so much trouble there must be something seriously wrong.
Originally Posted by JAM3S121
I thought in the argument between 2gb and 4gb 770 cards it was basically decided that the 4GB card was useless because the bus was not wide enough to utilize all the memory? Wouldn't it be the same here?
Somewhat true, but no ones exactly sure what future titles could behold which could eat into the vram, TitanFall already does it and doesn't even have nice textures, I'm not sure if it even counts because the developers chose not to have texture streaming which is basically the reason for this.
I only see 4GB being beneficial at 1440p+, Yungbenny911
has a thread on it, and the consensus was basically that it was enough, I wouldn't go over 1440P with 2GB though.Edited by TopicClocker - 4/18/14 at 7:31pm