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Originally Posted by TickleMeElmo;12206519 
nVIDIA design garage does wink.gif

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but actually that is a good point

alot of Cuda based Processing makes use of as much VRAM as you have....

so... if you are looking to use your CPU to do Cuda Calculations...

more VRAM might help a bit
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I've only seen over 1280mb being used on a handful of occasions. Unless someone is going for triple monitors I don't think the 1.5G is needed(at 1080p). I would like to think that they would make games that utilize more memory in the future but most designers have consolitis.
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