Does the GTX Titan Z have 12gb or 6gb vram?
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Obviously we're all quite aware of usable vs. present, but if Nvidia called it 6GB, some would wonder if it was 3GB per card.
Because it depends on the application.
This card is optimized for compute applications, in compute apps you can address each frame buffer independently.
Whoooa really? Now that's interesting.
But even then: For other dual-gpu cards Nvidia has had in the past, they don't advertise double the amount of Vram it can normally use, right? AMD doesn't do this I don't think. But they're doing it for the Titan Z.
3D applications can address 2GB on 690 (because all texture data must be stored on local framebuffer each) and compute applications can address each frame buffer independently.
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