On the one hand, here’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, now too large to fit on a 250GB SSD. And on the other hand, here’s Crysis 3, working on a Geforce RTX 3090’s VRAM. Hits a bit various, yeah?
I set up Crysis 3 on my graphics card!I utilized some VRAMdrive software application called GPU Ram Drive, made a 15GB NTFS partition on the GPU, then set up Crysis 3 on itAt 4K very high settings get good fps and the game loads really quick – GPU-Z reports total VRAM use 20434MB pic.twitter.com/lLcQsD5JYM!.?.!October 4, 2020 The glossy brand-new RTX 3090 has a 24GB frame buffer, and that’s how software application engineer Strife got Crysis 3 running on it, as she demonstrated on Twitter, by setting up a 15GB partition to install the video game on, with lots of graphics memory left over for a video game from 2013. As she explained on Reddit,”There’s no advantage to it really other than I found it really funny, load times are pretty much the same as on a quick NVME drive, was hoping it would be quicker but there is probably some strange bottleneck like this rather of doing it the ‘appropriate’storage API way “. Sure, that’s quite impressive. Can it run Crysis?Here’s our evaluation of the RTX 3090 Founder’s Edition.