It is a question many gamers have been asking seeing as how 4K displays and 4K textures are becoming much more common. Anthony from TweakTown set out to test how much is needed at 1080p, 1440p and 4K resolutions once AA is enabled on some of the latest and most popular game titles.
“One of the more interesting tests was quickly running Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor at 8K, which consumes a gigantic 8.4GB of VRAM. 8K is the future of gaming, and while it is many years away, if today’s games are using 8GB of VRAM, what will the games of tomorrow consume?”
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