— Strife, la fillette révolutionnaire (@Strife212) October 4, 2020
The unallocated VRAM, roughly 9GB, was plenty to support the GPU in running the game. In terms of efficiency, there’s no real advantage to storing the video game on the VRAM as load times were apparently on par with what you can anticipate from a quick NVMe SSD.
Still, simply having the ability to do it is pretty darn cool and leads us to wonder what else could be set up “on” an RTX 3090. How about an os? Windows 10 64-bit just calls for 20GB of totally free area, so why not? And for how long will it be prior to someone installs Doom on it? Cause, you know, Doom can operate on anything and whatever.