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Old 08-09-09, 05:11 AM   #17
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Default Re: 896 megs, 1 Gigabyte, 2 gigabyte? Something some might find interesting.

Originally Posted by gstanford View Post
I definitely agree there, hence my comment about not bothering with this generation of GPU's.
I pretty much agree that 896/1 gig is where its at. I do have a sneaking suspicion that the GPU ROPS just werent built with resolutions beyond so many pixels in mind. Much like the Geforce 6, I havent gotten a specific answer regarding this. It may not be one of the things Nvidia is quick to reveal.

But judging from the performance drop offs despite the memory. It just seems suspiciously true to me.
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