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Old 11-28-13, 05:19 AM   #4
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Default Re: 2gb or 4gb gtx 770?

the one thing I also learned from a user on this forum that stuck with me in terms of ram in general, it's not the amount of ram you have but how fast it can go. Seems to make sense in terms of next gen maxwell for shared ram meaning I would rather see graphics ddr 5 take form in pc ram instead of ddr 4 to match up for sharing in terms of transfer speeds. The ps4 takes a page from that using gddr 5 as it's shared ram (although only 8gb) at I think from what I read at a memory bandwidth of 177gb/sec. That's on par with a gtx 480 at least. The reveal I would I like to have a read at is how much in average is the amd apu's in next gen consoles using for the graphics,os and cpu. It would give us pc users a standard not so much to follow but to see a from a future proofing standing from the pc's upcoming game ports.
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