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Originally Posted by PanosDoes this card has 8GB or 4GB VRAM PER GPU?
Because there is a misconception on dual cards that have "double" the ram, however because of CF/SLI, it is actually half due to cloned data.
Originally Posted by The ArticleOf course, this means it will be marketed as having 5,632 cores and 8GB VRAM, but the correct way to think of it is 2 x 2,816 cores and 2 x 4GB VRAM, as the two GPUs are still functionally separate.
Originally Posted by dolphieI'll get one in 5 years from ebay for a fiver and then use it to scrape bird poo off my windows.
Originally Posted by AcanuckMatthew, did you notice any stuttering in your testing?
Seeing as this has always been one of the main deal breakers for multi-GPU setups, would be nice to know if this was the case.
Originally Posted by wolfticketSeparate cards may be cheaper, but if I had the money/desire I'd be tempted by making a stupidly powerful compact gaming system even at a bit of a premium.
Imagine a mini-ITX system build around this monster :D
Also the simplicity of two relatively compact all in one coolers would be a boon for such a system.
Originally Posted by Dogbert666The occassional jitter, especially in Skyrim (though that happens even with single GPUs). Certainly nothing intolerable or as bad as previous solutions. Overall I was impressed with how finished the drivers "felt" despite only being a beta launch variety.
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