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Is 2gb of VRAM on the GTX 660ti enough for 1680x1050p

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March 2, 2013 12:46:24 AM

Hey everyone,
I am planning on buying a Gtx 660ti 2gb and i was wondering, will 2gb of vram on the card be enough for running games as reasonably high settings and 1050p? (1680x1050).
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March 2, 2013 12:49:12 AM

Yeah, you will be fine.
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March 2, 2013 12:50:19 AM

It's more than enough even for 1080p/1440p(the 2GB vram), that card can run any game at high settings at that resolution or at 1080p.
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March 2, 2013 1:38:01 AM

yes, it will, but what cpu do you have and the rest of your system specs? no point getting a gread vid card only to find out it doesnt perform because you have a crap CPU.
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March 2, 2013 3:15:44 AM

I have one for 1920x1080 currently. VRAM usage has maxed out at 1.5 GB for one game only, and that was the original Crysis with maxed settings, foliage, extreme particle physics, and texture mods. All other games, even Skyrim with 70 mods (many of which visual) haven't really pushed a gig thus far. You're totally fine, I'd even say that card should last you for a few more years even with the next gen consoles coming out.
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March 2, 2013 5:12:12 AM

well i have pushed well over 1gb with just skyrims hi-res texture pack, many people with mods push over 2gb. BF3 uses more than 1gb with max settings, Farcry 3 will too. And expect more future titles to use more vram, although it will be another year or two before a game comes out actually requiring 1gb or more to play it.
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