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|7th November 2007, 10:08||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Video RAM - how much do you really need?
Therefore, the recommendation for the minimum acceptable amount of memory on a graphics card is easy: don't take anything less than 256MB. It's just as easy for the maximum too: as much as possible. Don't be naive in thinking that games won't be using more than 512MB any time soon, because they already are in certain cases. We're still some way off before developers start making games that require half a gigabyte of video RAM to play properly, but if you want the best possible visuals, get the most RAM that you can.
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