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Is 3Gb of Vram enough for 5760x1080

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October 28, 2013 3:16:49 PM

Now that prices came down, I'm considering the EVGA 780 but it only has 3Gb of Vram compared to the 4Gb on the 770 I was considering before. Would 3Gb be enough to run games close to or maxed out on 5760x1080?

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October 28, 2013 3:19:52 PM

get 780 3gb and it is enough to power 5760X1080. GTX780 is big brother of GTX 770 and more powerful. btw turn AA off.
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October 28, 2013 3:23:03 PM

skyline4727 said:
Now that prices came down, I'm considering the EVGA 780 but it only has 3Gb of Vram compared to the 4Gb on the 770 I was considering before. Would 3Gb be enough to run games close to or maxed out on 5760x1080?


Kanja007 said:
yes it is but turn AA Off and you're good to go.


I'm not going to max it out but I would still like to use FXAA, TXAA, or maybe even 4x MXAA so that my games look good.
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October 28, 2013 3:28:31 PM

Exactly yes 3GB would be enough.You can use TXAA and even 2x MSAA but i would suggest to use TXAA and turn Off MSAA as you're playing on such a big resolution so more pixels = less jagged egdes. :) 
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