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    Default POV sticks 4GB of VRAM on GTX 550



    Um, yeah any valid point for that kind of framebuffer .. beats me too. According to ComputerBase, POV introduced a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 550 Ti 4 full gigabytes of memory (DDR3), so we have not confirmed this with POV themselves just yet.
    The clock frequency of the memory is 1.066 MHz, while the GPU (comparatively unassuming to the one above) has a clock of 900 MHz.
    Meanwhile, 192 CUDA cores add to the overall feature set (they operate at 1,900 MHz), as does the 128-bit memory interface. All in all, this is an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 550 Ti video controller whose memory amount is four to eight times the one of regular cards.
    Users will have to pay 113 Euro (only pre-orders can be placed for the moment), a price that accounts for the DVI, D-Sub and HDMI outputs and all the technologies NVIDIA is known for (PhysX, CUDA, etc.).
    http://www.guru3d.com/news/pov-stick...am-on-gtx-550/


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    Default Re: POV sticks 4GB of VRAM on GTX 550

    Wow 4GB on such an unassuming card they should be adding that mem to a more powerful GPU IMO.

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    Default Re: POV sticks 4GB of VRAM on GTX 550

    ...WHY!!?!?!??!?!

    I want this on those GTX 580 lightnings which I'm seriously considering getting, lmao. Why on such a weak card?!?? It must have something to do with mass market appeal, since after reading a bunch of reviews on 3gb 580 cards, people seem to get the placebo effect that excessive VRAM improves performance at 1920x1080.

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