It uses more but not that much more. At 4K you can’t afford to super sample anyways because of FPS. So you’re using other AA methods that don’t use much more VRAM anyways.What about AA and SS cranked all the way up ?
That would cause image to be rendered at higher resolution. (Not that you'll ever need max AA at 4k)
Good point, will have to check to see what it actually use.FYI it says it uses that much but I never actually see it use that much if I monitor VRAM.
Yes, RE2 said it was going to use about 14GB of VRAM with the in-game settings at 4K, but it will use as much as is available. For what it's worth, I saw no image or performance degradation whether or not the game said I was over the limit of the video card. 10.5GB in use is basically the limit of usable VRAM on an 11GB card.Good point, will have to check to see what it actually use.
Edit: Looks like it will use it if you have it, was over 14gb Re3 Demo. Not able to capture the Radeon Overlay plus with the Overlay FPS went from over 60fps to 30fps. Vega FE. If it makes a significant difference I do not know, Demo is smooth throughout the level.