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Is 3GB Vram enough for next-gen?

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August 3, 2013 11:40:34 PM

Hi guys, I'm planning on buying a MSI GTX 780 Lightning Edition, but will 3GB Vram be enough? I have read a few posts that they will be allocating 5GB of Vram to games like Titanfall, But they weren't specific as to if that was 1080p 1440p, or 4k. I currently play on a 1080p monitor, But in a few months i plan to SLI the 780s and get a 1440p monitor. But my only concern is that 3GB Vram won't be enough.

Should i get the 780 lightning? will 3GB Vram be enough? or should i wait to see what the HD 9xxx series GPUs have to offer?

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August 3, 2013 11:47:23 PM

780s in SLI will be enough for your new monitor. One 780 is more than enough for 1080P.
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August 4, 2013 12:09:04 AM

dragonsamus said:
780s in SLI will be enough for your new monitor. One 780 is more than enough for 1080P.


One GTX 770 is more than enough for a 1080p monitor.
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August 4, 2013 12:47:55 AM

770s don't come with 3GB, they come with 2 or 4
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August 6, 2013 7:42:55 PM

Fatpigeon said:
Hi guys, I'm planning on buying a MSI GTX 780 Lightning Edition, but will 3GB Vram be enough? I have read a few posts that they will be allocating 5GB of Vram to games like Titanfall, But they weren't specific as to if that was 1080p 1440p, or 4k. I currently play on a 1080p monitor, But in a few months i plan to SLI the 780s and get a 1440p monitor. But my only concern is that 3GB Vram won't be enough.

Should i get the 780 lightning? will 3GB Vram be enough? or should i wait to see what the HD 9xxx series GPUs have to offer?


Yes sli the 780s would be pretty nice in a rig and 3gb would be enough

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